19 Comments

  1. Sheila

    Oh, I didn’t know that there are schools that ban peanut products. I’m also fortunate that our family does not have peanut allergies. It’s just that it’s bad for my mom’s gout. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe. Good recipe to try this Labor Weekend!

  2. Sasha (Global Table Adventure)

    Love the pics of your son gobbling it up… says it all! Delicious and you’re right – definitely no substitutes allowed for peanut butter fudge πŸ™‚

  3. Fudge has a special way of bringing people together. I think if I had to give up peanut butter ever I’d be sad, too. Crossing my fingers neither of us ever have to.
    Any fudge you can make without a candy thermometer is my kind of recipe. This reminds me of Alton Brown’s recipe, but the chocolate chips are a great touch.

    • Yeah, Some Kitchen Stories, my source, got the recipe from Alton Brown on Food Network’s website. My spin on it was the chocolate chips–gotta have chocolate chips. πŸ™‚ Love the simplicity of making it in the microwave without a candy thermometer. My go-to recipe for “regular” fudge is another microwave version.

  4. Russell at Chasing Delicious

    One of the guys in the band I manage has a peanut allergy and since their studio is attached to my house I pretty much am always cooking for them. This means I can rarely if ever make anything with peanuts. I’m making an exception for this and keeping them hidden from him. I love fudge and I love peanut butter. This sounds like a perfect marriage of the two. I love how simple this recipe is too. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Jocelyn

    Oh my! That just might be another downfall for my diet!!! I absolutely love peanut butter and chocolate!!! Thank you for the yumminess!!!

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