Great Grandma's Peanut Butter Fudge





Great Grandma's Peanut Butter Fudge
Ingredients
2 cups granulated white sugar
1/2 cup milk
1 cup Jif peanut butter
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

Directions
Lightly butter a 8x8 glass dish. Place Jif and vanilla into a mixing bowl. In a saucepan, bring sugar and milk to a rolling boil, boil for exactly one minute.

Pour milk mixture over Jif and vanilla. Beat until thick, about one minute. Pour into your greased pan. Cool completely and cut into squares.

30 comments :

  1. I'm sold...anything that involves pb is good in my book! Btw, I love fresh fruit in salads too!

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  2. PB fudge is the jam. It's my favorite!! I've never attempted to make it at home, though, not sure why....?

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  3. Mercy, that looks delish!

    I hope your day is great sweetie,
    XO

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  4. Yummy yummy! I've never been able to make good fudge, but this recipe looks really easy.

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  5. I love peanut butter fudge.

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  6. Oh my goodness that fudge looks delicious. I'll have to try it out to satisfy my sweet tooth seeing as I gave chocolate up for lent.

    Thanks doll!

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  7. Everything looks so delicious! YUM!

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  8. Yum, this looks amazing! May have to try it out this weekend!

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  9. Yum that all looks amazing. x

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  10. Oh my word - I think I'd eat the entire pan of pb fudge. I'm bookmarking this recipe!

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  11. The fudge looks so simple and yummy!

    Spinach salad with melon - why didn't I think of that?

    xoxo,
    Chic 'n Cheap Living

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  12. Wow, that looks fantastic!! I am sooo going to try it. My mom just bought me a ton of peanut butter from the states! Whoop whoop!

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  13. Peanut butter fudge is one of my ABSOLUTE favorites. The only downfall is I eat it all in one sitting :-( I always wondered how to make it...and super stoked you shared a recipe with us!!! YAYYY...now I can ruin my diet again :-)

    Hope your bday week is going super well!!!

    <3 Megan

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  14. Fudge looks yummy!:D

    ***** Marie *****
    allthingsmarie.com

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  15. OK..the fudge totally looks KILLER!!! Did you get my email reply about the magazine article? Just checking:)

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  16. And now i know what to do with the jar of pb in my cabinet...

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  17. Only four ingredients? Sounds awesome! Believe it or not, I ran out of nut butter! :p

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  18. if I liked peanut butter I would be all over this...maybe I could make it for my husband, he loves peanut butter

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  19. Peanut and fudge!
    Two words that work so well together! Yum!

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  20. The fudge looks great! Your food choices were wonderful today. It looks like you had a lot of good tastes in there.

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  21. I make my own vanilla extract. The real stuff is pretty expensive. You will need a fifth of vodka and I would add two vanilla beans breaking them along the pod in a few places. Place this in a dark place for about a month and you will have a whole fifth of vanilla extract. When the bottle is a little over half gone I top it off and add another vanilla bean. Enjoy. -Myra

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  22. If any American restaurant was to expand into Canada... I would want CPK to be it! I think they have the best salads in the entire world!!

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  23. I've been dying to try peanut butter fudge! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  24. It all looks so yum!!!
    I'm not much of a cook... but think I could handle making this fudge.

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  25. The PB Fudge looks really good!! So does the cantalope and pineapple you had.

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  26. This peanut butter fudge looks delicious!

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