Delectable Peanut butter fudge

Donald Bellinger


I have to give credit to my ex-partner's Grand Mother[may she rest in peace.]She came up with it originally in his family.He shared it with me & we made it often; in multiple batches. It never lasted long no matter how much we made!!!Hope you enjoy it as much as we did & do.


★★★★★ 2 votes

1-2 for us lol
30 Min


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4 stick
margerine or unsalted butter
5 scoop(s)
favorite brand creamy or chunky peanut butter[we prefered extra chunky]we used largeserving spoon as our scoop
4 c
confectioner's sugar
1 tsp
real almond extract

How to Make Delectable Peanut butter fudge


  • 1In a large sauce pan over medium heat melt margarine/butter and peanut butter together. stir with wooden spoon to combine.Turn heat to low & Gradually add confectioner's sugar stirring until mixture is stiff, but not hard.near end of this step stir in the almond extract.
  • 2Place mixture in a 9"x13" glass dish and spread to desired thickness with hands. Cut into individual servings and place on serving plate. For best consistency store covered in fridge until served.

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About Delectable Peanut butter fudge

Course/Dish: Other Snacks
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids
Hashtag: #fudge candy

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