This post may be a little late for the holiday seasons, but alas here it is. This Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Fudge was made right before Christmas, and we’re just now getting to all the posts that we have to schedule and edit. As far as fudge recipes go, this is a simple enough recipe to make. The hardest part of fudge is the amount of time it takes to get to soft ball stage. Many don’t have the patience to wait until this actually happens, and it can affect your fudge. So if you’re taking the time to make fudge, make sure this step is completly reached.
Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Fudge | Fridge Recipe
The second part of fudge that people seem to have difficutly with is the amount of time to whip the mixture before allowing it to setup. I don’t use a stand mixer or any help when making fudge, so the last leg of whipping it into shape is the final stretch in making the perfect fudge. Make sure you whip the mixture long enough that it starts to setup, there should be a nice reflective gloss on the top of the mix while you whip it. This is a good thing, and exactly what you want to see before you do put it in your greased pan and into the fridge to setup.
Hope you try this out, there is still plenty of winter season left.