👉 Double PatchFudge



Double Patch Peanut Butter Fudge


  • 2 cups sugar
  • 1 cup milk
  • 2 cups creamy peanut butter
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract


  1. Grease an 11×13-inch pan or use a similar-sized pan for thicker fudge.
  2. In a large saucepan or cooker, combine sugar and milk over medium heat. Stir constantly until the mixture comes to a rapid boil.
  3. Once boiling, continue stirring and allow it to boil for precisely 2 and a half minutes. Keep a timer handy to ensure accuracy.
  4. Remove the saucepan from heat and immediately add the vanilla extract and creamy peanut butter to the hot mixture.
  5. Mix vigorously until the peanut butter is completely melted, and the fudge mixture is smooth and well combined.
  6. Pour the melted fudge into the prepared greased pan, spreading it evenly with a spatula.
  7. Allow the fudge to cool at room temperature for a while before placing it in the refrigerator to set completely. This usually takes a couple of hours.
  8. Once set, cut the fudge into squares or desired shapes.

Enjoy your delicious Double Patch Peanut Butter Fudge! Feel free to get creative and add nuts or chocolate chips if desired.

Making Double Patch Peanut Butter Fudge can be a delightful experience, and here are some tips to ensure your fudge turns out perfectly:

  1. Accurate Measurements: Ensure precise measurements of ingredients. Use leveled cups for dry ingredients like sugar and tightly packed cups for peanut butter.
  2. Use a Candy Thermometer: For precise boiling times, consider using a candy thermometer to monitor the temperature. Boil the sugar and milk until it reaches the soft ball stage (around 235-240°F or 113-116°C).
  3. Stir Constantly: While bringing the sugar and milk mixture to a boil, stir constantly to prevent it from sticking to the bottom of the saucepan and ensure even heating.
  4. Quick Mixing: Once the boiling time is complete, work quickly to add the vanilla and peanut butter. The residual heat from the mixture will help melt the peanut butter smoothly.
  5. Quality Ingredients: Choose high-quality peanut butter and vanilla extract for better flavor. Natural peanut butter works well, but avoid overly oily varieties.
  6. Grease the Pan Well: Grease the pan thoroughly to prevent the fudge from sticking. You can also line the pan with parchment paper for easier removal.
  7. Patience in Cooling: Allow the fudge to cool at room temperature before transferring it to the refrigerator. This gradual cooling helps in achieving a smooth texture.
  8. Chill for Optimal Setting: Refrigerate the fudge until it is completely set. This typically takes a few hours, but overnight chilling can enhance the flavor and texture.
  9. Cutting Technique: Use a sharp knife dipped in hot water for cleaner cuts. Wipe the knife between cuts to maintain neat edges.
  10. Experiment with Add-Ins: Customize your fudge by adding chopped nuts, chocolate chips, or a sprinkle of sea salt for added texture and flavor.
  11. Store Properly: Store the fudge in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Layering with parchment paper can prevent pieces from sticking together.
  12. Share and Enjoy: Fudge is best enjoyed fresh, so consider sharing it with friends and family. It also makes for a wonderful homemade gift

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