High Five Recipes: Peanut Butter Honey Fudge

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You know me…I love me some fudge.  This is by far the easiest fudge I have ever made.   And the healthiest.

Peanut Butter Honey Fudge

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.
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Now, you might be thinking…3/4 cup of honey?!  That’s going to take up a lot of my honey!  (Yes, Pooh Bear, you’re right.)

But you cut this fudge into little squares, and it really does go a long way.  OOh, and it’s so simple and yummy!  (So sorry all you peanut allergy friends out there!)

This is a super simple dessert to throw together real quickly to take somewhere…no baking involved.  Hardly any time involved.  Very little mess involved.

Oh, and you’ve gotta love a High Five Recipe with only THREE ingredients!! :)

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  1. Katie P says

    I’m going to make this with sunbutter or almond butter and add some coconut cream concentrate. Yum!!!

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  2. Jamie M says

    When I was little my dad used to make me his poor man ice cream topping, and this reminded me of it. It was maple syrup and peanut butter mixed together. I love this recipe b/c of the chocolate in it. So….. I am going to use this recipe and pour it over my ice cream when it is warm, and then next time use the syrup instead of the honey and see how it is! (My dad would hate it though, he hates chocolate!)

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  3. Christine says

    Your Fudge recipe looks divine!!!
    Here is one I have made time and again…very yummy also!

    Ingredients
    1/2 cup coconut butter (may need to be warmed slightly. NOT melted, warmed.)
    1/2 cup honey
    3/4 cup unsweetened coco powder
    1 tsp. vanilla

    For orange fudge add:
    4 tsp. orange extract
    Zest of one medium orange

    For mint fudge add:
    1 tsp. high-quality mint extract (Don’t skimp on this. It makes all the difference)

    Directions
    1. Put all ingredients in a bowl and mix with a wooden spoon until well combined.

    2.Place in a small dish and place in the fridge to firm. I use a loaf pan.

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    tracy Reply:

    Where do you find cocnut butter?

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  4. Raynea says

    Can I ask where you purchase your honey from?

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    Laura Reply:

    I buy it locally from a man who has several honey bee hives.

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  5. Nita says

    This was soooo easy. I only had 1/2 cup of honey so I also added 1/4 cup of real maple syrup and it was Sooo good. Wow! Thanks, Laura.

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  6. Julie says

    So, I am wondering if this would turn out if I substituted Sunbutter for peanut butter (kiddo is anaphylactic to peanuts) and used a combo of agave nectar and maple syrup in place of the honey (I am allergic to honey). Crazy that I would even click on this recipe, huh?

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    Laura Reply:

    I think it should work!

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  7. Amanda says

    Laura, do you use your homemade chocolate chips in this recipe?

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    LindseyforLaura@HHM Reply:

    no, not usually.

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  8. Mr.Brunow says

    So, it started with a text to a friend, “Do you think you could make fudge with honey instead of sugar?” …..Google……Click…..See this recipe…..Get dressed…..Get Paid…..Buy the THREE ingredients……..Throw it all in a sauce pan and stir it over heat…….pack it in a case…..it’s cooling down now……

    Literally I had no time to sit and think about doing this one, I just saw it and did it. BTW with mine I put about 4x the amount of chocolate chips and a 1/4 cup more of honey. I like honey :)

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