Peanut butter and white chocolate fudge

This is the best Peanut butter and white chocolate fudge I have had. Granted it is sweet but a little bit goes a long way.

Peanut butter and white chocolate fudge

I know I know, this peanut butter and white chocolate fudge is not your typical healthier dessert, but you know what? What the heck, is not like a bake or cook like this every day right? A little goes a long way. Just don’t eat 3 or more pieces all at once :-)

Some things to remember that make this peanut butter fudge a little bit better:

1. A little goes a long way
2. This fudge does not have marshmallow cream, which I think it is gross.
3. You don’t need a candy thermometer to make it. Well you actually don’t need one for any of my fudge recipes :-). Makes the job a hell of a lot easier!!

I got the recipe for the Peanut butter and white chocolate fudge from my famous and popular Irish cream and pistachio fudge but of course I did scale it down because that one used 3 bags of chocolate chips.

I think you can add more peanuts if you like or even more peanut butter. Maybe the fudge will become a bit soft though, so just experiment at your own risk :-)

I found this to be super sweet, but which fudge isn’t? I really don’t know any way to healhified fudge, do you?

Like I said before, a little bit goes a long way, just don’t eat more than 1 piece at a time, if you can!!

I hope you find this appealing. Until my next recipe

Enjoy!!

Here you can see the steps of making the fudge. On the first step just place all of the ingredients, except chopped peanuts, in the pot. When the chocolate is melted add the chopped peanuts and stir.

Here you can see the peanuts already incorporated :-) Then, place the mixture in the pan and sprinkle a few extra peanuts over the top.

Organic peanut butter and white chocolate fudge from eatgood4life.com

This is the container I always use to store the fudge. These fudge is good. Sweet though but good :-)

Peanut butter and chocolate fudge

These fudge makes a perfect gift for anyone. Easy peasy :-)

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Peanut butter and white chocolate fudge

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 30 pieces

Total Time: 20 minutes

Ingredients:

2 x 11 oz white chocolate chips, 2 bags, I always use Ghirardelli brand.
1 14 oz can condense milk
1 cup creamy or crunchy peanut butter, oil drained, I used organic peanut butter.
1/2 cup chopped peanuts, I used raw and unsalted

 

Directions:

Lined a square pan, I used an 8x8 square pan, with foil paper lightly greased.

In a sauce pan, at low heat (make sure you do this process at low heat for the oil not to separate from the chocolate and peanut butter), pour all of the ingredients except chopped peanuts. Stir constantly until chocolate has almost melted.

Turn off heat and continue stirring until chocolate is completely melted. Add peanuts (reserve a couple of tablespoons of chopped peanuts to sprinkle over the top) and pour mixture evenly onto prepared pan.

Sprinkle the reserved peanuts and pad a little bit with your hand. Let fudge cool until set. I actually place the fudge in the refrigerator for about 1 hour to speed up the process.

Remove fudge from pan and peal off the foil paper. Cut fudge into small squares and store in a sealed container at room temperature.

Nutrition facts calculated based on the recipe giving 30 servings.


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14 comments

  1. Toma ya!!!! unos donuts “sanos”…que ricos han de estar…me apunto la receta.
    saludos

  2. I guess this means I need to buy that donut pan now!

  3. You did it! You created something healthy that my husband really loves! Sometimes he’ll say something like whatever I made is “okay for something healthy,” but he thought these were really yummy in general! Yay! I also really, really liked them. Thank you so much. :) And how did you pour the white chocolate? When I tried pouring it, there was always a big blob before I could get a stream (that makes no sense but hopefully you know what I mean.)

    I didn’t have any barley flour so I just used more oat flour. And there isn’t any chocolate extract here so I just used vanilla. Even with those changes they were great! This recipe made 12 nice sized donuts in case anyone is wondering.

  4. Hi Erin,

    I am so glad you and your husband like them.

    For the white chocolate, I actually used a piping little bottle device that I have but you can use a sandwich plastic bag, cut the corner slightly and use that as a piping bag. The effect is the same! This is what I used to do when I didn’t have this new device :-) Hope it helps and thanks for your kind comments and checking my blog.

    Have a great weekend

  5. Oh man. I’m so stupid. I have tons of piping bags and tips and didn’t even think to use them. I just melted the chocolate in a bowl and poured. Thanks so much for your answer! Now that I know your secret I’ll have to make these donuts again soon :)

  6. Maybe you should ask for a cut of the increase in doughnut pan sales this recipe is going to create! :) I definitely want to try this as soon as I get a chance to buy the pan.

  7. Hi – I am going to try these w/ gluten free flour to see how they turn out. I have a great soaked baked doughnut recipe that we love. You might wish to try it: http://wholenewmom.com/recipes/soaked-baked-doughnuts/. I think yours look fabulous!

  8. OMG! im drooling just by watching those pictures. .looks super yummy. . wanna try it.=0

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  9. estos donuts “sanos” son muy delicioso! lo hice para desayuno hoy. sin esta receta, no habria podido disfrutarlos con mi familia. muchas gracias!

  10. Helen,

    muchas gracias. Me alegro de que te hayan gustado :-)

  11. These were a hit in my house! I just bought one normal donut pan and one heart version. The batter was a bit more than I needed to fill 12. I didn’t have chocolate extract so I used vanilla and did 100% whole wheat flour. For the topping I mixed up some semisweet chocolate chips and a bit of milk chocolate and just frosted them with a knife. They have a different taste then traditional fried donuts, but they are still great. I might try to add a bit more healthy fat next time.

  12. I’m afraid I don’t have any chocolate extract but I do have chocolate liquor. Would that be a good substitute? I’m so excited to try these!

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