Peanut Butter and Fluff Fudge

"I bought a bottle of marshmallow Fluff and went looking for recipes online. I looked on their website for recipe ideas, and came across this one for peanut butter fudge. It is awesome and definitely worth a try!"
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Ready In:
1 1/2 pounds




  • Grease a 8 or 9 inch square baking pan; set aside.
  • In large saucepan combine milk and sugar. Stir over low heat until blended. Over medium heat, bring to a full-rolling boil being careful not to mistake escaping air bubbles for boiling. Boil slowly, stirring constantly, 5 minutes.
  • Remove from heat, cool slightly and blend in peanut butter, Fluff.
  • and vanilla. Pour into pan and cool until set. Best to let set over night.
  • *** I melted down some old Easter chocolate I have in the freezer, and spread on the top. You could also make 2 batches in bigger pans so they are thinner, and layer some crushed peanuts in between. Or maybe substitute peanut butter with Nutella. ***.
  • Makes about 1 1/2 pounds.

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  1. njj39
    This is the recipe I uses and 10 out of 20 people ate it at Thanksgiving. I use the Never Fail Fudge Recipe every single ingredient and followed all instructions; the only thing I added was 1 bag of Reese peanut butter chips after the reese peanut butter and it was a hit the recipe . I hope this recipe helps everyone .
  2. Kirsten O.
    Fudge tastes good but didn't fully set and came out grainy. Bummer to waste those ingredients
  3. Shanna S.
    My husband and I wanted to try to make fudge the first time and we found this recipe and figured we'd try it out. It came out AMAZING! It was not only easy and quick, but it also set very quickly.
  4. rosslare
    JACK POT! I have been trying to remake or find a recipe for a tahini fluff sold in jars in Saudi Arabia. I made this recipe with tahini and only brought the milk and sugar to a boil, to achieve less solid results. This is it! Highly addictive. I eat on toast or straight out of jar, with a spoon. Will work wonderfully as a fudge, no doubt. Here I go, again! Thank you so much for this one!
  5. HisPixie
    This was excellent despite my "oops"... I had a 16 ounce container of Fluff and I assumed it was packed by weight, not volume. I measured out 7.5 ounces of Fluff using my food scale and I think it was way too much. So it came out light and soft. Will try again buying just the exact size container of marshmallow cream. Made for 3 Chefs Challenge, November 2009



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