Two Ingredient Peanut Butter Fudge Recipe

Just when you thought fudge couldn't get much better, it gets a whole lot better. This Two Ingredient Peanut Butter Fudge it going to blow your mind. It is so thick an creamy and full of delicious flavor. And two ingredients? You can't beat that.

I got an email from one of my friends a couple of weeks ago asking if I had ever made this two ingredient fudge before.

I hadn’t ever heard of a recipe quite like this, so I decided to give it a whirl, since I had all the ingredients on hand. Holy hannah.

Not only was it the simplest fudge I had ever made, it was so creamy and delicious.

I shared it with my family over Thanksgiving and they all loved it. Thanks so much, Jenny, for sharing this recipe with me. I will forever be adding it to my Christmas goodie line-up.

(PS This fudge was pretty rich, so I cut it into pretty small pieces)

two ingredients?

Yes you read that right.

This recipe only contains two simple ingredients. Do you know what they are?

Okay, I’ll tell you. This recipe only calls for almond bark and peanut butter.

That’s all there is to it. Two ingredients to create a beautiful masterpiece.

what could I add to this fudge for garnish?

I am all about toppings and extra goodies on my sweets. So if you are looking to add a little extra something to this (already) delicious fudge, here are my recommendations.

-Oreos: What don’t Oreo’s go with? Have you ever dipped an Oreo into peanut butter? Because if not, stop what you are doing and try it.

-Reese’s: Why not add a little of the original flavored candy itself? Nobody will be sad about an extra Reese’s bite, combined with fudge.

-Almonds or Peanuts: I love a little texture to my food and crushed almonds or peanuts add just the right amount.

-Holiday sprinkles: I usually make fudge around Christmas time, so I like to give it a little garnish with some cute holiday sprinkles.

-White chocolate drizzle: I love white chocolate. You could leave a little square of the almond bark out, and use this for garnishing.

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Serves: 40

Two Ingredient Peanut Butter Fudge Recipe

A delicious fudge that doesn't require a candy thermometer or even a stove top! Just two ingredients and a microwave is all you need!

8 minPrep Time

8 minTotal Time

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  • 1 (1 lb) package almond bark
  • 1 (16 oz) container creamy peanut butter


  1. Line an 8x8" baking pan with aluminum foil, with 3-4" of foil hanging off either side. and set aside.
  2. Place the almond bark, broken into large chunks, into a large microwavable-safe bowl. Melt bark on high for 60 seconds, then stir. Melt for another 60 seconds and stir.
  3. Continue to do this at 30 second intervals until bark is smooth and completely melted (it took me about 3 minutes total, but it will depend on your microwave).
  4. Scoop the entire container of peanut butter into the bowl of melted bark and stir until peanut butter is completely incorporated and mixture is smooth. Pour mixture into prepared pan and place in the fridge for 1-2 hours or until set.
  5. Remove fudge from fridge and using the aluminum foil hanging over each edge, lift the fudge out of the pan.
  6. Cut fudge using a sharp knife (for smooth cuts, run your knife through hot water before each cut) into 1x1" pieces.


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13 Responses to “Two Ingredient Peanut Butter Fudge Recipe”

  1. I have been making this fudge for almost 20 years now. But my recipe (which came from Taste of Home Magazine) uses 1 lb of almond bark, and 1 cup of peanut butter. (I think that's half the peanut butter of this recipe, right?) It is the most incredible fudge! I've been making it for friends and family every Christmas since I found the recipe! I made 3 batches this afternoon. I try to only make it at the holidays, when I know I'll be giving it away, since I basically can't control myself around it. =D
  2. Can't wait to try this recipe. However, being allergic to almonds (in any form - including scent! UGH!) I'm going to try this with chocolate chips. Question I have the recipe it states that total time is 8 minutes, yet refrigeration time is 1-2 hours. To me, that should be included in the total time to complete. Still going to try! Gotta run! Hubby is going to a meeting tonight and I'd like to make this! Happy New Year!
    • Hey just to let you know, "almond bark" actually does not have any almond in it! My package says vanilla coating perfect for making almond bark. Who would have thought that? Check the ingredients just to make sure, but I did find that out last year when I was reading the package on mine.

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