Chocolate is awesome. I mean just about everyone can agree that it’s just amazing. Except my husband. Because he is really weird. He does not like chocolate! I totally don’t gt it, but he doesn’t. He does however like peanut butter, and he can put up with chocolate as long as there is some peanut butter involved. The four year old also does not like chocolate (weird child), but she DOES like this peanut butter fudge. That’s because it’s even more awesome than chocolate because it has chocolate AND peanut butter. YUM. This recipe originally came from Heavenly Homemakers Peanut Butter Honey Fudge recipe, but that one wasn’t quite chocolaty enough for me, so we tweak it a little around here.
Okay, enough talk, more chocolate.
Here’s how to make peanut butter fudge
Combine 1 cup chocolate chips, 1 cup peanut butter, and 1/2 cup honey. Warm until the chocolate melts. Stir until combined. Cool. Eat. The End.
Yay for easy!
Some day the plan is to make this from our own honey, but the day we get bees is still VERY far away. Now if we could plant a cocoa tree that’d be something else. 😉 This isn’t a totally homegrown recipe, but I like to make it when I’m craving something wrapped in plastic. It’s one of my favorite ways to reduce waste!
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