Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge
Making fudge is now a no brainer! Once you try this, you will need to be careful that fudge doesn’t become a staple in your house as it has at mine. This is no joke – you only need two (2) ingredients for the best fudge!
1 – 16oz jar Jif Peanut Butter (creamy or chunky)
1 – can/jar Pillsbury Creamy Milk Chocolate Frosting
1. Dump the contents of both jars into a large microwavable safe bowl (no need to mix)
2. Microwave on high for 60 seconds
3. Remove bowl (it gets hot) – stir until well blended
4. Pour out and spread in foil lined dish (any size – the larger the pan the thinner the fudge)
5. Place pan in refrigerator until set
6. Lift fudge out of pan with foil. Peel off foil and slice into bite size pieces
1. It doesn’t matter if you use Creamy or Chunky Peanut Butter
2. Do not use the Whipped Frosting – it won’t set up…but makes a killer topping for ice cream!
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Dana Rodriguez says
This is so easy. Great idea for the holidays!
Edna Williams says
I would love this! Thanks for sharing!
I made this and while it was so easy and delicious it didn’t set up for me even after refrigerated.
Maybe the humidity in Florida. Still liked it and would make again in a pinch. Thanks
Lauryn R says
I can’t believe how easy this is to make, and only two ingredients! Peanut butter fudge is one of my favorites too, I can’t wait to make some for my family, thanks! 🙂
Kat Rellim says
I think i’m going to try this. I love chocolate with peanut butter!
Jerry Marquardt says
I would love to try making this fudge. I have never made quite the confectionery item, but I am willing to try.
Jennifer Rogers says
This looks too easy for words and we love Peanut Butter! Does this stay set at room temperature after removing from fridge?
Sherryl Wilson says
Yes it does. Depending on the length of cooking time it will be the fudge style or the more crumbling type just as any fudge recipe.
sherry butcher says
Could not be easier for even non-cooks, I have a few friends that do not cook at all and even they could whip up a gift, pot luck dessert, or put out at Christmas. Have any other fudge recipes? TFS.
April Monty says
Yes I was wondering if you had anymore fudge concotions as well
You’re killing me with this one! LOL! Seriously, though, this looks like the perfect “recipe” to have up your sleeve for times when you need something quick but impressive. Thanks!
Yes this is one that is easy.. but my Lava Cake is the all time have to keep on hand to whip up a super dessert. https://sherrylwilson.com/microwave-lava-cake/ or as a single serve wonder of desserts, try the 321 Cake! https://sherrylwilson.com/321-mug-cake/
Jesica H says
I’ve been looking for easy things I can make for gifts this year so this fits great!