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3-Ingredient Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Fudge

By: Emily from
Updated December 13, 2017
3-Ingredient Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Fudge
3-Ingredient Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Fudge
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3-Ingredient Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Fudge is a fail-proof recipe for fudge that tastes just like the fudge Grandma used to make. It's sweet and creamy, yet it is incredibly simple to make. After all, this peanut butter recipe only calls for three simple ingredients. Each bite-sized piece features the perfect amount of peanut butter flavor. You won't find a more perfect peanut butter fudge recipe anywhere else, so why even try? After just one bite of this Grandma-approved recipe, you'll surely be hooked.


Cooking Time7 min

Note From the Editor:

This fudge recipe is much easier than the labor-intensive one I remember making when I was in high school. For a couple years, I returned to my grade school to help the matriarchs (as I endearingly referred to them) of my parish school make candy for the fall fundraiser. It would take a whole crew of us working all day long for several days to meet the expected demand of fudge and potato candy.
Like many other confections and candies, fudge can be a little fickle. It needs to be heated to exactly the right temperature using a candy thermometer. Even if you get it to the right stage on the thermometer, the weather that day can have adverse effects on the fudge. I vividly remember a slightly humid day that ruined a whole batch of fudge. But don't fret if the weather isn't cooperating. Fudge is such a fun candy to make, and this 3-Ingredient Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Fudge means you can whip it up even quicker than you thought!

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