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Just like my fozen chocolate peanut butter fudge you can use this on ice cream and other deliousious treats!! and coming soon just plain chocolate. Like Erics colligate meals i have been inspired to come up with colliegate treats and deserts so even the worst cheif can make my easy delicious food.

thank you all of you who made my chocalate peanut butter fudge featured :)

Step 1:

Gather some peanut butter, powder sugar, corn syrup and something to mix in.

its a basic 1:1:1 ratio.

1 part peanut butter
1 part corn syrup
1 part powder sugar.

for my size I used 2 tablespoons of every thing and mixed all together, the powdered sugar thicken the penut butter and corn syrup to a dough like cookie dough. Only difference is cookie dough will bake into a cookie this would only make a war mushy mess! So you may eat this raw and not get sick for a while unless mold starts to grow.

Step 2:

ok so get a ziplock bag or saran wrap will do and lay the ball on and flatten it out then stick in the freezer for bout 5 hours and it will have the constancy of fudge cut and enjoy! if this was too short of an instructable im sorry but i think i do not any more detail.
<p>Thanks for the recipe my mom loves it.</p>
May I suggest adding another step, because step 1 could be cut in 2, and it would make it seem longer. I LOVE THIS! I am trying it with maple syrup instead of corn syrup.
will regular sugar work?
ummm i dont know i just used a poweder because it desolved faster
the only part of the recipe that i followed was wrap it up n put it in the freezer. i really wanted something. so like any great or really bad chef i improvised. i used fruit sugar instead of powder crunchy peanut butter instead of smooth (might actually taste ok) and golden syrup instead of corn syrup and im leaving it in the bottom part of the fridge over night, which isnt quite a freezer but is quite cold. should be nice, hopefully
:D This looks tasty! I'm going to make some now. +4.5!
Looks decent. Why do you need saran wrap or any other wasteful item, couldn't you just use a plate??
because a plat dosent prtect from odors and freezer burn.
A plate upside on top of a plate (P-L-A-T-E) does though. There's always a way around using saran wrap, I cook 3 meals a day for two people and haven't used any in 2 years. You could use some 'tupperware' type of thing as well.
thats great...
he's right though lol but I'd used saran wrap, seems easier to get it out and off. A plate I would think would get stuck... maybe...
Worth a shot perhaps. Getting them unstuck would involve about 5 mins at room temp, or a thimble full of warm water.

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