Peanutbutter Fudge

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Step 1: Ingredients

Ok you will need a good sized bowl.
2 sticks of butter
1 cup of peanutbutter
1 teaspoon!¡! of pure vinilla exctract
and 1 pound of confectionates sugar

Step 2: Preperation and Step Through

Ok you will put the sticks of butter in the bowl with the cup of peanut butter... Then you will microwave it for TWO minutes! after thsoe two minutes are up take the bowl out and put in the pure vinilla extract!.. Then microwave for another 2 minutes. When this is done you will want to take out with caution because the bowl is probably hot!! But right after you take it out put the Confectionates sugar in QUICk (for the best results) and stir it with a wooden spoon or type of large spoon!

Step 3: Final Preperations!!

Then put it in a 8 buy 8 inch dish with wax paper underneath it!(This is so it is easier to rake out when it cools) cover it with wax paper too and stick in the fridge for about 7-8 hours and it should be cool and good to eat!! HAVE FUN

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    25 Discussions

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    PattycakeMan18

    3 years ago

    Me and Daughter bake all the time. We do ok except on fudge. Never wants to harden. Any suggestions.

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    tjk94

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I just finished making this and, after tasting it, it took a enormous amount of self control to keep from eating it all and put it in the fridge. oh well, in 7-8 hours nothing will seperate me from it! Mua ha ha ha!! *cough cough* *presses post*

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    w00ty32

    11 years ago on Introduction

    did you get this from good eats, it seems oddly familiar from the fudge episode.... I'm making some of this stuff right now though, it in the fridge! The not firmed up stuff is good already!

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    MissZalew00ty32

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Yeah, I saw this exact recipe on Good Eats about 2 years ago. It's REALLY good though!

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    Italiakid07w00ty32

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    well i dont know if she does shes made it for a long time so maybe good eats got it from her! the world may never know.... lol

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    w00ty32Italiakid07

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Well then i think your grandma watches good eats. I looked it up, and it's the exact same recipe.... I finished it, and it's good!

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    codeprang

    11 years ago on Introduction

    What power microwave is it? I think the time would vary for different powered microwaves. But it sounds good, I might try this.

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    apartment42b

    11 years ago on Step 1

    Is that Tablespoon or teaspoon? It looks like teaspoon to me, but the "b" is sort of confusing... Also, it's spelled "vanilla". And it's "confectioner's" sugar. Great recipe, though. I plan on subbing margerine for the butter, then coating the cut squares with melted dark chocolate. Mmm!

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    gama kichiapartment42b

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Excellent recipe! Just as you felt the need to correct the cooks spelling, I feel the need to correct your. Margarine is correct for your version of margerine.

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    Browncoat

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Sounds good, but I also am wondering if it's supposed to be a tsp or tbsp... If you can clear that up, then I'll prob be giving this a try during Christmas break! :)

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    GorillazMiko

    11 years ago on Introduction

    man, that fudge at the beginning looked good. i thought DaFudge posted it lol

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    Bran

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Please use your own images and not web photos.