Never Fail Two Tone Fudge

Rose Daly


I could never make fudge until I found this in a Family Circle magazine. When my kids were little, I could never make enough. Chilling time is cooking time.First posted to RecipeZAAR on August 6th,2003
Reposted here on June 9th.,2011.
( And you can sure tell that I took this photo,back in the day I didn't even know that you could take the date off the camera.:) )

★★★★★ 1 vote
Makes 24 pieces
20 Min
4 Hr


2 c
peanut butter chips
2 c
semi-sweet mini chocolate chips
1 14 oz
can sweetened condensed milk
4 tsp
vanilla extract,divided
4 Tbsp
butter-flavored cooking spray


1Spray an a 8 by 11.5 in baking dish and set aside.
2In medium size saucepan, over medium heat, combine peanut butter chips, half of the condensed milk, 2 Tablepoons vanilla, and 2 teaspoons margarine.Stir until everything is completely melted.
3Take mixture and spread into prepared pan.( Mixture will be a little stiff.)
4In the same sauce pan as you did the peanut butter mixture, repeat with the remaining ingredients.
5Pour over the peanut butter mixture, spreading as evenly as you can.( it doesn't matter if it doesn't quite go to the edges.)
6Chill for 2 hours then cut into squares, and chill for another 2 hours.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Desserts
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