Peanut butter fudge made with mini marshmallows is smooth, creamy, and not too overwhelmingly peanut butter flavored. It’s a great addition to your holiday baking, but it’s also perfect for any time of the year. An 8x8 pan makes 64 pieces of fudge, so it’s also a great option for sharing with friends and family.
I make a lot of claims to things being my favorite – I just love too many things, and they all always sounds amazing! But one of my true, all time, ride or die, desert island favorites is peanut butter fudge. Specifically peanut butter fudge from Schneider’s Sweet Shop in Bellevue, KY. It’s literally the best fudge I’ve ever had in my life, and I’ve been trying to recreate it for years.
Most recipes that I’ve tried have been far too overwhelmingly peanut-y, and what I want is a more subtle peanut butter flavor. I can’t take credit for this recipe – it comes straight from another one of my OG favorites, King Arthur Baking. But I can guarantee you that if you make this fudge, it will be the last fudge recipe you search for.