How to make it

  • In saucepan cook and stir sugar, milk and water slowly until sugar dissolves. Then boil slowly stirring occasionally until candy reaches soft ball stage (about 236 degrees)
  • Cool at room temperature without stirring until just warm.
  • add peanut butter, vanilla and butter and beat until candy holds its shape. Turn into butter greased pan or casserole dish and when cool cut into squares.

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  • lauren1552 3 years ago
    Thanks Chefjeb. You really came in handy. Your fudge recipe looks amazingly good. I can't wait to make it an try it. Hope you have a Happy Thankgiving tomorrow. Also, keep up the work on new recipes. Once again, thanks.
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  • ramsey71060 5 years ago
    My granmother used to make this only she used brown sugar instead of white. It never lasted very long around our house. I will have to try this version.
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    " It was excellent "
    dynie ate it and said...
    I just had to bookmark this......We're ending our 2 month fruits/vegetable fast this weekend and have big plans! LOL We ran into a place on vacation that sold amazing fudge. We stuck to our plan eating fruits and veggies..., but planned to make our own in time!!!
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  • bondc 7 years ago
    Aha! Just what I was looking for!
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  • brittbrat018 7 years ago
    Will definately have to try, my grandmother used to make it for me when I was little.
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  • chefjeb 7 years ago
    I told you this was an old, old recipe. My mother made this when I was a child and that was nearly 60 years ago. The Searchlight Cookbook, published by Household Magazine in Topeka, Kansas in 1931 (I saw a copy for sale on ebay) uses this same recipe except they used 1 cup brown and one cup white sugar and add one cup marshmallows. An oldie, but goodie.
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    " It was excellent "
    helewes ate it and said...
    This is an exact recipe of my Grandmother's.
    Sometimes she would put mini marshmallows in hers!
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