Chocolate Fudge recipe sweetened condensed milk
I have confession to make…..
Don’t think I’m weird ok? I’ve never made fudge before.
Ok, there it is. It’s out there for the world to know. I’m a newbie in the fudge making world. I’ve always just enjoyed the holiday’s when friends and family brought over their delicious fudgy treats and maybe I secretly wished that I too could be as awesome as them.
So what did I do… not only did I make fudge, but I made White Chocolate Fudge with delicious Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups in them. In a round about sort of way I got the idea from . I saw a post for and I couldn’t believe how easy the directions were. But I didn’t have chocolate chips in the house…. only white chocolate chips. Did that stop me? Nope!
I kind of feel like a dummy because I waited so long to try fudge making. Now I’m on a roll. Watch out friends and family, there’s a new fudge maker in town, lol!
White Chocolate Reeses Peanut Butter Cup Fudge Bites
Author: Shauna | The Best Blog Recipes
- You'll need about 16 Reese's Peanut Butter cups for the bottom of the baking dish and another 6 or so for the crumbly top. (I know, that's a lot of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups!) About 22 total!
- 3 cups of white chocolate chips
- 1 14oz can of sweetened condensed milk
- Line a 9x9 casserole dish with foil. Lightly spray it with cooking spray.
- Arrange your Peanut Butter Cups on the bottom (16 total)
- In a large sauce pan add your white chocolate chips & sweetened condensed milk and heat over medium low heat until all of the chocolate has melted.
- Once everything is well combined immediately pour the chocolate/milk mixture over your peanut butter cups.
- Chop the remaining 6 peanut butter cups into smaller pieces and spread evenly over the top of the mixture and press down slightly.
- Let cool on the counter for a while and then cover with plastic and put in the fridge to cool completely. We've actually just stored our fudge in the fridge to keep it longer since it made so much!
Carnation Evaporated Milk-12 oz, 12 ct
Does any one have a recipe for peanut butter fudge that does not use evaporated or condensed milk? | Yahoo Answers
Yes you can, the only difference is that the canned milk has a richer taste and quality to it. It gives it a creamier texture. You could use cream too if you have it.
Makes about 96
1 cup granulated sugar
1 cup brown sugar, firmly packed
2 tablespoons butter
1/2 cup milk(or cream would be better)
pinch of salt
1 cup marshmallows
1/4 pound peanut butter
1 teaspoon vanilla
Cook sugar, butter, milk and salt to soft ball stage (235° F–240° F on a candy thermometer). Add marshmallows and peanut butter just before removing from heat. Do not stir. Cool to room temperature…