Grandma's PeanutButter Fudge

Grandma's Peanutbutter Fudge Recipe

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Brenda Hastings

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This was my grandmothers recipe.It must be over 100 years old.Everytime I went to my grandmothers she always had homemade fudge on hand

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How to Make Grandma's PeanutButter Fudge

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  1. Place the milk and sugar in a sauce pan and cook on low until mixture comes to a boil.Let boil on low for 15 to 20 mins.Get a cup out of the cupboard and put cold water in it.Get a tablespoon and get a couple of the tablespoons of the sugar mxture and put it in the cup.If it forms a softball stage it is done.If not cook longer until it does perform the softball stage
  2. Make sure you have a buttered square or oblong shaped pan ready
  3. When the stove part is ready add 1 teaspoon of vanilla, 1 cup Peanut Butter and 1 Cup of Marshmellow Fluff.Make sure you stir at a fast rate or the fudge will get hardin the pan.Pour into butered dish and let col for 1 hour and slice ad ENJOY!

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