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Peanut Butter Fantasy Fudge

If you’ve never made fudge, this Peanut Butter Fantasy Fudge is the perfect recipe for you.  This creamy fudge requires just 4 minutes of cooking once it comes to a boil.  It’s super easy to make and turns out perfect every time!

This is the perfect fudge recipe for anyone who is afraid to use a candy thermometer or test candy in cold water.  The difference between this recipe and my Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Fudge recipe is the addition of marshmallow creme in this recipe and you don’t need to test this recipe in cold water or use a candy thermometer.  This recipe is adapted from the original recipe on the back of the Kraft Marshmallow Fluff jar.  Some people call this recipe Five Minute, Marshmallow Creme, or No-Fail Fudge. This fudge is very creamy and very easy to make.  If you have never made fudge before, you should start by making this recipe.  Like I said…no cold water test and no candy thermometer.  Just bring it to a boil and cook it for 4 minutes.

This creamy fudge stays fresh for several days and it freezes beautifully, so if you want to make it ahead of the busy holidays, go ahead.  You can also make it ahead, place in an airtight container, and store it in a cold environment such as your garage.

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Cindy Gibbs » about

Hi, I'm Cindy, born and raised in the Bluegrass State. The food at My Country Table is homestyle, savory, southern and sweet, where I love to revive the old fashioned forgotten recipes of years past and test new ones as well. Please come join me at My Country Table.