When you want a quick and easy dessert to make, here is a great Buckeye Fudge recipe! When you want something that is sweet and don't know what to make, or don't want to make anything that will take you a lot of time, then this is the perfect recipe! There are some times when you just crave something sweet after dinner, but you just don't feel like leaving the house to go to the grocery store to buy one thing. So naturally, you will make something with the ingredients you have at home! That is why these Buckeye Fudge squares are awesome because they are super easy to make, and you will usually have all of the ingredients around your kitchen.
This Buckeye Fudge square recipe is so simple to make, all you do is make a peanut butter fudge and then add on a layer of chocolate fudge that you make as well. So easy right? Each of the fudge recipes only has a few ingredients, which you may already have on hand as well. You also don't need to roll them up like the original buckeye balls that you see recipes for all the time. This is the simpler way to do it for sure.
Then, the layered fudge only has to sit for an hour or so until it sets, you can let it set on the counter at room temperature, or in the fridge, where it would take way less time to set. The author from Barefeet In The Kitchen says these are one of her family's all time favorites for Christmas time, but sometimes they like to have them throughout the year too! Her kids absolutely love this fudge and can't get enough of it! And neither can she or her husband!
Nutrition Facts for: Buckeye Fudge From Barefeet In The Kitchen Butter, peanut butter, vanilla, powdered sugar, sweetened condensed milk, chocolate chips.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 48 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 145, Calories from Fat 81, Total Fat 9.0g 14%,Saturated Fat 4.6g 23%, Cholesterol 14mg 5%, Sodium 65mg 3%, Potassium 71mg 2%, Carbohydrates 15.2g 5%, Dietary Fiber 0.5g 2%, Sugars 14.0g, Protein 2.1g, Vitamin A 3%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 2%, Iron 3%
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