Grandma's Magic Peanut Butter Fudge


Grandma's Magic Peanut Butter Fudge


Grandma's Magic Peanut Butter Fudge

There's something magical about baking with your grandma. The way she combines ingredients to create something incredibly delicious is pure genius, and this recipe for Grandma's Magic Peanut Butter Fudge is no exception. The fact that you can take just three basic ingredients and mix them together into a fabulous easy fudge recipe is amazing. This is one of those wonderful old-fashioned dessert recipes that we're so glad was passed down from generation to generation because it deserves to be made time and time again... it's that good!


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Cooking Time7 min

Cooking MethodNo Bake

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Any recipe that includes in the title magic and grandma, you know it has to be good. This fudge recipe calls for only three ingredients and so simple to make. Also the amount made is great for those of us with little will power. Having to share with the family, 24 pieces is just enough.

Peanut butter fudge sounds like a nice treat for children and adults alike! I've tasted chocolate fudge, ginger fudge and milk fudge but never peanut butter fudge so I'm looking forward to trying this recipe. Fudge making seems similar to soap making in terms of getting the ingredients to solidify together the right way. There's quite an art to it.

I love this recipe! Grandma's Magic Peanut Butter Fudge couldn't be any easier. 3 ingredients, milk, sugar, peanut butter in a pot with good arm strength for the stirring makes a great tasting fudge! I learned a long time ago to make sure your heat is on medium and stir, stir. The sugar will not be grainy if you use the right size pan to prevent moisture to build up on the side of the pan. I always put a lid on the pot for a minute to stop the sugar crystals that will form with the moisture. This could make it grainy. I hope this makes sense? Thank you so much for sharing this free candy recipe.

I don't know what I did wrong, but I did not have much luck with this recipe. I know some fudge is grainy, but this seemed more grainy than it should be. Weather makes a difference in how candy turns out. Maybe I need to try it again.

I really do love that I don't have to use a candy thermometer.

I can't get over how simple this recipe is. I love recipes which include peanut butter - it makes them just a little bit healthy. I'm thinking of making some and packing it in a jam jar with some pretty fabric over he lid and a personalised label. It will make a perfect Christmas gift for friends and colleagues at work.

Tried this recipe? What did you think?

Magic is right! This fudge is incredible.


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