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By day, Tanya helps her clients create meaningful connections with their target audience through her modern and elegant website designs. Utilizing her passion for the written word, she crafts entertaining and informative articles on finance, food and health and beauty as a freelance writer. By night, she is a blogger, consumer of too much TV and an overindulgent Cat Mama to Max. To be fair, she spoils Max 24/7.

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    • Hi Susan,

      You are very welcome! This is a delicious fudge and I think you’d really enjoy it. And it’s pretty simple to make, which is sometimes a bad thing! LOL!

  1. Hi Tanya,

    I am with Sue there – just LOVE fudge and chocolates, so this is a deadly thing for us!! I know my kid’s will love it, and I’m going to ask them to make this one, which both of them can manage, now that they’re grown up enough.

    Thanks for sharing. Have a nice weekend 🙂

    • Hi Harleena,

      Oh, this fudge is so good, Rich and creamy and I know you and your family would love it. And it’s even better when you can send the kids to the kitchen and have them make it for you. 🙂

      You have a great weekend too!

  2. Oh man Tanya, that sounds really really good.

    Mom made me some peanut butter fudge a couple weeks ago but it doesn’t have anything in the middle of it. She tried to put chocolate on the top but didn’t make enough so I have half and half. I bet it would be really good with any type of chocolate in the middle though. You can’t go wrong with chocolate or peanut butter anything. Yeah, I’m a big fan.

    Thanks for sharing this amazing recipe too.

    ~Adrienne

    • Thanks, Adrienne! I agree you can never go wrong with chocolate and peanut butter. They were made for each other. Your Mom’s fudge sounds delicious too!

  3. Looks yummy, Tanya! We bought fudge one year in Frisco, CO on a summer vacation. It was so “rich” that we called it Frisco Crisco! Most fudge is too rich for me, but this one looks good. Thanks for sharing!

    • I hear you, Maggie! I have a hard time with super rich treats too. These are definitely rich, but the peanut butter helps it from be too sweet for me. And Frisco Cisco sounds like it would definitely be too rich for me! LOL!

  4. I’m really not a fudge eater, but love peanut butter cups so I might just like this. I especially love Trader Joe’s mini peanut butter cups. So much so that I won’t buy them anymore! I’ll end up eating the whole container, and my waistline just can’t afford that! 🙂

    • Me neither, Carol. I can handle about a sliver of most fudge, but the peanut butter helps this from being too sweet for me. I love Trader Joe’s mini peanut butter cups too! They are dangerous, although since I crave savory, I have to be careful of things like chips. I can never eat just one! 🙂

  5. Hey there Tanya,

    Oh my yummy peanut butter goodness! I love peanuts but I break out big time.

    Yet after looking at this recipe…I’m willing to take the risk!

    Thanks for sharing this! Hope you had a great weekend Tanya! See ya around in the Socialsphere!

    • Oh no! What a bummer that peanuts make your break out. This recipe is definitely worth a breakout … maybe! 🙂 I hate breakouts, makes me feel like a teenager again. I wouldn’t mind my teenage metabolism but I don’t know if I really want to be a teenager again. Been there, done that! Have a great week Corina!

    • I agree, Arlelis. Whoever thought to put those two together is a genius! It’s super easy to make, which makes it even better. I’ve got some in the freezer ready to share with my family. It was too dangerous, just sitting on the counter—begging me to take a nibble. Or two!

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