Saturday, March 28, 2009

Peanut Butter - Honey Fudge


1 cup natural peanut butter (creamy or crunchy)
3/4 cup honey
1/2 cup milk chocolate chips

Combine all ingredients in a small saucepan. Cook and stir over low heat until the chocolate chips are melted and blended in (about 30 seconds).

Spread fudge into an 8×8 inch pan. Refrigerate until solid. Cut into 1 inch squares.

{We love fudge. The problem is that Mike like's the old-fashioned grainy kind. ::snort:: I cheat. The verdict is out on this recipe. It's good, quick....but it was sort of chewy....and tasted a LOT like honey. I didn't have a stove and did it in the microwave, but I doubt that would make a difference. I didn't measure (as typical) and so I'm going to try this again and measure. I suspect I used more than 3/4 C honey. BTW - I used raw honey, organic peanut butter with one ingredient - Peanuts, and organic chocolate chips. So BACK OFF y'all, they're sort of healthy. ::snort:: How does Heather label her recipes? "HealthIER Fudge - that's what it is. ::snort::}

I found this recipe at Heavenly Homemakers. I am making a real effort to get favorite recipes HERE because several times my favorite recipes have gone away when blogs and websites disappear.

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©2009 D.R.G.


For His Glory said...

This sounds great I'm going to have to give it a try. Thanks I love finding new recipies.

Heather said...

I saw this recipe the other day on Heavenly Homemakers as well. LOL
Yeah, healthier, that's it! =)
Of course, I wouldn't have measured either (that's just how I roll), so thanks for the heads up about that. Will definitely measure this one.

Therese said...


Just what I need to have a recipe for when I have decided I really need to loose some weight.

all in the family said...

Yum! Exciting. What kind of honey did you use?? I bet if you use a lighter honey, it will not be as strong. LMK.


Anonymous said...


The recipe sounds so good.....

I found out today at my nutrition class that a teaspoon of sugar is only 5grams of carbs....... YEAH! Also one slice of an ordinary sized watermellon is 240grams of carbs. I sure have something to tease Dad about. It will take a whole lot of SUGAR to equal his (and Mike'r or Josiah's) intake of watermellon...... bring on the tea when you all have watermellon. HA!

but I'll succeed and in fact am succeeding.....

love/prayers Mom T

Anonymous said...


Glad to hear there is someone else in our family that likes gritty fudge. YUM! YUM!

love/prayers Mom T