Posted by: Bill & Gayle McCord | March 12, 2010

Weekend Recipe: EASY peanut butter fudge

I feel like we’re giving away all our secrets, but I suppose that’s what blogging is about.  Our daughter tells us that the UK has not fully embraced the sweet and salty combination.  Such a pity because here is one of the best and easiest fudge recipes ever.  Truly.  (Thanks to Phyllis Malone for another delicious recipe!)

Peanut Butter Fudge

Crunchy or smooth- your choice...but you should defintiely pick crunchy.

1 small bag of chocolate chips (we like semi-sweet)

1 c crunchy peanut butter (tho you can use smooth)

1 bag of vanilla almond bark (found on the baking aisle)

Directions:  Put the almond bark in the microwave for 1-2 minutes and soften it up.  Add the chips and microwave again for 1-2 minutes.  Just enough to melt them so you can mix it together.  Next add the peanut butter and keep mixing by hand.

Pour it into a greased (Pam) 9×9 dish and refrigerate so it will harden.  I usually pull it out an hour before I need to serve it, so it can soften a bit to make cutting it easier.

Tip: You will probably not have much left, so it’s important you nibble a good bit as you cut and serve it.

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Responses

  1. With imported choc chips, peanut butter, and vanilla almond bark (the bark being the only thing I actually can’t get), I JUST made this scrumptious treasure. Love it.

  2. […] On Monday night we hosted Bible Study here and we had Hot Spinach Artichoke Dip (I added a small can of green chilies and it was amazing, I think!) and easy but delicious peanut butter fudge. […]

  3. […] V-day, we made Conversation Heart White Chocolate Bark, as well as peanut butter fudge topped with conversation hearts.  I also made cake ball pops- so […]


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