real peanut butter (not chips) and something I could do in one pan (not a double boiler, not a chocolate layer in one pot and a peanut butter layer in another). I didn't want to swirl them or layer them. I didn't care how it looked, I just wanted yummy peanut buttery fudgey fudge!
Since I couldn't fine a recipe to meet my criteria, I took a chance on winging it. This was a dangerous experiment, since I'd never made fudge before, but I'm glad I went for it, because the result was delicious!
What You'll Need:
- 1 Cup peanut butter (I used creamy, but crunchy would be fine if you don't mind crunchy bits in your fudge!
- 1 Cup semi-sweet Chocolate Chips
- 1 can (14 ounces) Sweetened Condensed Milk
What You'll Do:
- Dump all of the ingredients into a sauce pan.
- Cook over low heat, stirring often, until it's a lovely, evenly mixed, melty, gooey blob.
- Spread into a wax-paper (or foil, or parchment paper) lined 8X8 square pan.
- Chill for a few hours in the fridge. (The fudge, that is. You can chill wherever you're comfy.)
- Remove from pan, cut into small squares and enjoy!
- Store cut fudge in a sealed container in the fridge for best results.