Easy Peanut Butter Fudge

Easy Peanut Butter Fudge

A foolproof recipe for easy peanut butter fudge!

Friends, how long has it been since we’ve shared a peanut butter recipe together? Answer: too long!

So to make it up to you, I’ve made you some easy peanut butter fudge that’s rich, creamy, and SO decadent. But the best part? The best part is this is a no-bake recipe! Or wait, maybe the best part is this is a one-bowl recipe? I can’t decide!


I love this easy peanut butter fudge and hope you do to! It’s:



perfectly sweet

slightly salty

creamy yet dense (it melts in your mouth, not in your hands)

and takes less than 20 minutes to assemble!

Because I wanted this recipe to be quick and easy, I use peanut butter chips instead of actual peanut butter. This may sound a little strange a first… but I assure you the chips give the perfect amount of peanut butter flavor! Plus, they don’t leave a greasy residue, which I found happened all too often when I tested the recipe with peanut butter. In addition to the peanut butter chips, you’ll need white chocolate, sweetened condensed milk, butter, and flaky sea salt. That’s it!

Tips and Tricks for Recipe Success:

If you cannot find peanut butter chips at your local grocery store (check the baking aisle), you can buy them online here.

Use high-quality white chocolate for this recipe, not white chocolate chips!

This recipe requires a double boiler. There are instructions on how to build one in the recipe box below.

When melting the ingredients together, have patience! The low heat guarantees the chocolate won’t get gritty.

Due to the sweetness of this recipe, I suggest cutting the fudge into very tiny pieces. One batch will go far! I also do not suggest this recipe for those who like bittersweet or mildly sweet desserts, as this one is full on SWEET.

I love topping this easy peanut butter fudge with flaky sea salt and mini peanut butter cups, but this is totally optional.

The fudge will need at least two hours to set, so be sure to plan ahead time wise.

This easy peanut butter fudge is great for those days it’s too hot to bake, but it’ll also be a lifesaver come the holidays! Enjoy ♥

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Easy Peanut Butter FudgePrep 5 mins

Cook 15 mins

Inactive 2 hours

Total 2 hours, 20 mins

Author Ashley Manila

Yield 8x8 pan


  • 12 ounces quality white chocolate, roughly chopped
  • 3 tablespoons unsalted butter, cut into 1/2-inch pieces, at room temperature
Read the whole recipe on Baker by Nature