On a side note, I've read other peanut butter fudge recipes calling for candy thermometers, putting a drop of the mixture into water too see of it forms a ball or whatever...too much work. I LOVE baking, but when it comes to fudge, I must stress that this was my first time ever making any kind of fudge or candy. I followed the recipe, for the most part, to a tee. I stirred the mixture semi-constantly (I did walk away a couple of times), and when it started to boil (rolling boil), I set my timer for 7 minutes. I also stirred while it was boiling (I was afraid it would burn to my pot or something). After 7 minutes, mixed in my marshmallow fluff with a wire whisk until it was thoroughly incorporated (I didn't have a 7-oz jar of fluff, I bought a 16-oz one and guestimated), then added my butter (used 2 cups of peanut butter because I had bought a big jar) and mixed with my whisk until incorporated, then guestimated 1tsp of vanilla extract. After everything was thoroughly mixed, I poured the mix into a 13x9-in aluminum pan, let it cool until warm to the touch, and placed in the fridge overnight (I like my fudge cold). Also, my stove has got to be the most ancient one in the world (a wall unit with the oven on top, and the part with the burners slides in and out of the wall). DELICIOUSNESS times 10!!
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On a side note, I've read other peanut butter fudge recipes calling for candy thermometers,...