No-Fail Peanut Butter Cocoa Fudge

This No-Fail Peanut Butter Cocoa Fudge is the only fudge I’ve ever made.  Why mess with perfection, right?  😉  Seriously, though, if you’ve had trouble with fudge in the past, try this!  It takes all of 10 minutes to make.  And gosh, peanut butter and cocoa… how can that be wrong in any way?

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  1. I am SO trying this!!!! If i had enough butter in the house, I”d make it right now. 😉

  2. You can also make this sugar free by using a sugar free powder sugar… I have to order mine online but it is an idea for those who want to cook for people that can’t have sugar…

  3. Looks very good. Any ideas on making it less dangerous to the pants size? 🙂

  4. I have my batching setting in the fridge right now! Can’t wait till dinner time and we can have a little treat around the fire. 🙂

  5. I will have to try this one! I had a horrible experience making home made fudge over the weekend….this looks so simple! Thanks!

  6. I’ll be trying this recipe soon! Thanks!

  7. Wow!! Looks amazing…showed this to my daughter. I’m pretty sure we’re making these tonight. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Amy, it’s like you know the way to my heart. PB and chocolate. NOM!

  9. I will admit – I’ve NEVER had a batch of fudge to turn out.

  10. Maria fell off the no-sugar wagon and wow, is she enjoying this fudge! But it’s my 30th birthday. That’s good enough reason to eat chocolate all day.

  11. Will pick up the ingredients that I do not have this weekend and will definitely make with my kids this weekend 😀 /thanks

  12. How long would this stay good in air-tight container in fridge? And could you freeze it? I just made it & it’s awesome – but I need to eat in moderation LOL

  13. Just tasted this. This is my first and it is great. I am so going to make another batch. It is so easy!!! I added chopped roasted walnuts.

  14. My 16 yo daughter made this for a party. It turned out delicious, like mixed up peanut butter cups. Thanks!

  15. I just made a batch of this fudge and it’s cooling in the fridge. I had to try a little “tester” bite while it was still warm. Oh, it’s sooo goood!!! If the texture is good after it chills…this may indeed be the PERFECT fudge recipe that I’ve been looking for!!! Thank you!

  16. I just made this recipe and it is delish! I was short on butter, so I used 1 & 1/4 sticks of butter instead of 2. And I used unsweetened peanut butter and used 1 & 3/4 to make up for the lack of butter. I also used 3 cups powder sugar instead of 3 1/2 cups. I’m surprised the fudge still came together beautifully, and set perfectly! It’s not too sweet & extra peanutbuttery! Thanks for the recipe!

  17. I was wondering if this doesnt set up grainy, even in high humidity.
    I have a wedding reception i was supposed to make fudge for, and my original recipe ( three times now! ) is setting up soft and grainy. I need a quick failsafe.

    I would much appreciate your feedback!

  18. I had followed another recipe and the stuff came out soft. I did a search and discovered your recipe. It looks like you added more sugar and peanut butter than the other recipe did, and you also added cocoa. I gave this one a whirl and it came really delicious. I was so amazed by how good it was. I had to cut them up into little squares because you can only eat two or three in one sitting. So delicious… Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  19. Ah! I find it so annoying when the measurements are in cups! Is the butter about 100g? x

  20. It’s a keeper!!! Thanks for sharing.

  21. it’s in the fridge now, I can’t wait till 2 hours is up lol

  22. LOU PARKS says:

    they all sound good but I am looking for a recipe I use to make my children all I remember is powdered sugar margarine cocoa vanilla you didn’t cook it call refrigerator fudge can you help me


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