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Grandma’s Peanut Butter Fudge – Food Wishes ctm magazine



Learn how to make Grandma’s Peanut Butter Fudge recipe! There is nothing quite like a batch of old-fashioned peanut butter fudge, freshly made by your Grandma. Which is why I really wish my Grandma would have made some. Oh well, it’s never too late to have a happier childhood. Visit https://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2019/10/grandmas-peanut-butter-fudge-which.html for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I really hope you enjoy this fast and easy Grandma’s Peanut Butter Fudge recipe!

You can also find my content on Allrecipes: http://allrecipes.com/recipes/16791/everyday-cooking/special-collections/web-show-recipes/food-wishes/”

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44 Comments

  • Michelle Aiello on November 5, 2020

    Love that this is keto friendly if you sub out the powered sugar for Swerve confectioner's sugar. Also interesting – Papa G's Low Carb Recipes has a recipe on his channel with the exact same ingredients but a different procedure (and Swerve instead of sugar, of course). Butter is melted with Swerve, then peanut butter is added and the whole thing is poured into a mold. It's one of the best things I have ever tasted. But I need to try your method, Chef John. I'm a huge fan of your content!

  • Erik Olsen on November 21, 2020

    Insalted butter?

  • Ken Fried on November 22, 2020

    Up up up… Down down down.

  • Dandy Noble on November 23, 2020

    Chef "I'm not big on sweets and candies but there's just something about this that makes me eat a lot in one sitting" John.

  • Anthony Medina on November 25, 2020

    Great video. I’m going to try your yummy recipe for Christmas.

  • Kassim Khan Khan on December 8, 2020

    Simplicity at its best

  • DeeJay Bratsch on December 9, 2020

    Absolutely the best peanut butter fudge I have ever made

  • Eileen Ger on December 12, 2020

    my aunts used to buy left over chocolate easter bunnies and make fudge out of it. They also made peanut butter fudge….LOVED their fudge !

  • swiss miss on December 15, 2020

    I only began to watch why no measurements?

  • D Mittleman on December 16, 2020

    My grandmas never made peanut-butter fudge. But they made me feel loved ^_^

    Have a nice day!

  • The Qrafty Qomic on December 18, 2020

    Did you say “spatulate” chef John? And where’s the cayenne pepper? 😁 Looks delicious otherwise.

  • Positively Blessed on December 20, 2020

    Okay I followed the recipe and the fudge is so greasy, is that the correct amount of butter?

  • NORMAN LANCASTER on December 23, 2020

    LOL the complete opposite from other recipes as far as peanut butter,everyone else says use the commercial brands lol

  • Asia black on December 23, 2020

    Mind wasn’t nearly as thick as yours I even tried adding more powdered sugar to see if it would help, it didn’t.

  • Dios67 on December 23, 2020

    My dad makes a candy like this. Combine white/brown sugar, condensed milk, butter, pinch of salt. Bring to a boil and continue for about 2.5 minutes. Pull it from the heat and add in vanilla, peanut butter and marshmallows. Mix well and place in a buttered dish to cool.

  • Chelsa Bailey on December 25, 2020

    Simple and easy instructions. Thanks for posting!!!

  • KCCAT5 on January 1, 2021

    Now what I like to do with my peanut butter fudge is to make a little melted chocolate and take my fork or spoon or whisk whatever I have and dip it in and drizzle it back and forth really quick over top of the fudge to make it look pretty and taste yummy

  • Shane on January 4, 2021

    his voice goes up and down like crazy

  • Jonathan Stolarski on January 12, 2021

    just guessing how this was made before watching I assumed you just go ahead and dump in a whole bag of sugar and low and behold a whole bag of powdered sugar is the first step. maybe 2/3 because I guess they account for the powdered aspect when buying powdered junk. am I the only one that also sees sugar as a basic staple of baking that is also meeting most all requirements for being a schedule 1 narcotic?

    in dystopian Biden Harris future I make comrade cooking channel after they legalize crack called Cooking with Crack (mentally insert visual Dave Chappelle pun).
    btw this is one the best episodes and even includes a nice throwback Judge Judy homage.

    nice work Chefs John. we still love you even though you're a Biden voter.

    sorry for sullying up your comments section with my narcotics references.

    seriously though, kids, sugar kills.

    don't be dealing no powdered sugar on the playground. there was this kid at my junior high that sold candy bars. I'm pretty sure he paid for his college by the time he was in 8th grade. kid got riiiiich biatch! (insert second Dave Chappelle visual)

  • Gerry Higgins on January 16, 2021

    Any thoughts on how to make this with sugar substitute? Lots of keto/diabetic/fat dieters out here would like a sugar-free treat.

  • nwcs2 on January 22, 2021

    It’s so good we have made it multiple times. Melts in your mouth as it should! I wish you would have a chocolate version of this recipe instead of the chewy, shiny, not-as-good fudge recipes trotted out that just aren’t the same.

  • Mike Dav on February 20, 2021

    Reminds me of public elementary school in the 70s peanut butter fudge 😋

  • George's Evergreen Garden on March 4, 2021

    Can you substitute peanut butter with some chocolate substitute or just a cut up chocolate bar or chocolate chips

  • Mr Mustash on March 17, 2021

    This guy’s voice is quite calming.

  • Barry Piper on March 19, 2021

    Never had a problem with using commercial peanut butter in my fudge. What problems could a microscopic amount of emulsifier cause in fudge?

  • Angela on April 17, 2021

    I made this recipe today using Smuckers Natural peanut butter. It was delicious! My husband requested PB fudge for his upcoming bday, so I wanted to do a dry run first. It's a winner with the entire fam! Thank you so much for sharing. 😋🥜

  • F Dort on May 14, 2021

    funny story about my first attempt (different pb fudge recipe)…fudge is very tricky…it either sets or it doesn't.Room temp can play havoc with it especially in high humidity. Anyway…I used the throw away tin pans for easy clean up (I now line with parchment paper). No matter how long I chilled it, my fudge wouldn't set. I didn't want it to go to waste so I put it outside for the critters to enjoy. I was sitting outside enjoying the sun a few hours later. I could hear this weird scraping sound and a squirrel just losing his mind! There he was trying really hard to push the tin home! It reminded me of someone trying to push a stalled car…lol. He finally gave up and sat inside the tin to clean up the edges. I laughed so hard I cried at his antics…the language!

  • Asia black on May 21, 2021

    I love this recipe, I just made it again this time I’m going to layer it with chocolate pudding.

  • Mark Patterson on June 5, 2021

    Love it….many thanks

  • Tacey Rosolowski on June 13, 2021

    Cayenne would be really good with the sweet nutty goodness.

  • kiko kiko on June 13, 2021

    SAVE, CHECK–FAVORITES, CHECK–SUBSCRIBE, CHECK. say thank you. THANK YOU FOOD WISHES, CHECK.

  • Adam Smith on June 16, 2021

    haha, ppppppprettty sure you'd be super triggered by Alton Brown's recipe. It's the same thing, butter, peanut butter, sugar, and vanilla extract, but he used Jif for exactly the reason you said not to, and he also used the microwave instead of the stovetop.

  • passthepipe1 on July 18, 2021

    Please could everyone in the US stop saying "go ahead" every other sentence?

  • Tony Johnson on July 20, 2021

    Could you use vegan butter?

  • Sherlene Hamilton on July 24, 2021

    Some ??if you are doing a recipe video it would be good to give quanity

  • Lisa on August 5, 2021

    Yum

  • Laura J Olson on September 12, 2021

    It is better to cut it before you chill it. Let it cool, cut, then chill. This recipe is similiar but thicker than a Peanut Butter Frosting. Same ingredients.

  • Coach Uwais on September 12, 2021

    Terus bersemangat untuk terus memberikan inspirasi dan motivasi, semoga diberikan kesehatan dan kekuatan 💪💪💪

  • sudie 54 on October 25, 2021

    Looks so good !

  • tinkerbell2810 on November 16, 2021

    Chef John, I so appreciate you. You make delicious food, awesome videos, and wonderful jokes.

  • Micah Emerson on November 21, 2021

    I’m sorry dude but you’re wrong here. The hydrogenated oils and emulsifiers really help it come together and give it a great texture.

  • Ellen Flanagan on December 4, 2021

    Wait…..no pinch of cayenne?

  • Cyndi M on December 15, 2021

    Yummy my favorite. Thanks for sharing.

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