I took this for a church dessert night, and less than 1/4 was eaten. This was good fudge, but not a spectacular dessert in general, I guess. It did crumble when cut, so the pieces didn't look perfect. In response to other reviews: 1) If your fudge doesn't harden properly, you haven't boiled it long enough. When it says "boil for 2 minutes" that is referring to a rapid boil, not a few occasionaly bubbles. 2) For those who found they got "pebbles" when stirring the mixture into the confectioner's sugar, use less confectioner's sugar. The suggestion to use the 3 cups of confectioner's sugar, 2 cups of brown sugar, and 1 cup of peanut butter is what I did. 3) The suggestion to add cocoa powder to 1/3 of the mix and then swirl it in sounds great, but specifics weren't given. I'm guessing you'd add about 1 1/2 Tbsp. cocoa powder to the 1/3 mixture BEFORE pouring it into the confectioner's sugar. I don't really know how you'd swirl it in either. It's pretty dry. I'd love to hear how to do it, though. Chocolate makes everything better!
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I took this for a church dessert night, and less than 1/4 was eaten. This was good fudge, but...