Nutter Butter Peanut Butter Fudge
When it comes to indulgence, few foods can beat the decadent combination you will find in fudge. This recipe offers Nutter Butter Peanut Butter Fudge that the kids can enjoy. It is quintessential fudge loaded with fat and sugar, just the way we all love it. This recipe also includes ingredients that give the fudge a bit of texture, which can sometimes lessen the intense sweetness of fudge. However, any way you make it, the primary characteristic of fudge is sweet. So be ready for it.
This recipe is quick and easy to mix up, and you can be fairly sure of a good result if you follow the instructions. And they are easy to understand and follow. This recipe does have quite a few ingredients including marshmallow crème to make the whole thing even richer and frothier. Mini chips are added on top to give another little crunch to the recipe. The history of fudge is not certain, but it is thought be an American invention. Given the proclivity of North Americans for sweets that rivals every where else in the world, it is not much of a stretch to think that we love our sweets. There is one story that claims fudge originated when some one making caramels over cooked the recipe and “fudged” the result.
We may not know where fudge comes from, but we do know we love it. Whether plain, maple, chocolate, or the thousands of other varieties you can now enjoy, people every where (in North America, any way) clearly love the sweet stuff. You can, too, with this quick and easy recipe. Get the kids to help, of course, may be with the dishes. When fudge is the reward, you may find them more than willing to wash up. Enjoy this snack soon.
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