"This is a great treat that can be made with ingredients that everyone has in their cupboards. It is my grandmother's recipe. It makes a good gift when put into boxes and keeps for a very long time in regular temperatures." — KEIKA
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I made a sugar-free version of this for my father-in-law who is diabetic. I used Splenda in place of the brown sugar. (I just used 1/2 the amount listed because Splenda is quite sweet). It was a great success! I am about to make a second batch.
I'm crushed. My first time making fudge and followed the recipe EXACLTY. Even got the fudge to the right temperature and it wouldn't set up. It's still runny. Any ideas what I did wrong?
I followed this recipie to the letter. I have made fudge in the past, tho it has been many years. The directions are not complete which leads to disaster. I let the concoction set for 2 hours and all I had to show for it was a pan of sludge. Now that I know what I need to do, I think I'll find a different recipie. You really should update your directions to be ALL inclusive instead of assuming everyone knows what to do. We don't, that is why we are here looking for help.
I followed the directions exactly, but the fudge wouldn't set up.
This is the creamiest fudge I have ever made...it is delicious, a wonderful addition to my recipe collection.
Great, very quick & easy recipe! I did have everything I needed in my cupboard.
I used cream with the milk, and folded in semi-sweet chocolate chips at the very end to make it chocolate-peanut butter.
Keeps nicely at room temperature, good consistency.
By far the best peanut butter fudge!!!!
Is there something missing from the ingredient list? What kind of milk? And every other fudge recipe I've used calls for butter, not margarine. I made a mistake making this fudge, as all I have now is a pan of semi-liquid peanut sauce. My best friend suggests that I put it in a jar to microwave for ice cream topping... which is the only way to salvage this disaster. Sorry... I went looking for a better recipe because the fudge was supposed to be a gift, and I wouldn't give this to anyone!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Gramma's Easy Peanut Butter Fudge
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 92
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