Peanut Butter Fudge
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Peanut Butter Fudge, with extra chunky chocolate topping

Peanut Butter Fudge is an instant crowd pleaser and will make you very popular in work. Do not worry this is a foolproof recipe for even the beginner to ty and tackle.
You Will Need;
1 397g tin of condensed milk
100g of unsalted butter
1 tbsp coconut butter
450g granulated sugar
100g of smooth peanut butter
chocolate chunks for the topping.
Loaf Tin, non stick silicon

nice and easy recipe
Stir it all together until the sugar dissolves

Once you have popped all of the ingredients (not the choc chunks yet) into the largest pan you own, keep it on a low heat.
The sugar will dissolve and you are then ready to sling the heat up higher, keep stirring and try not to let it stick to the bottom of the pan as it will turn into caramel grit rather than gorgeous fudge.
This will take around ten minutes, any less and you will have a sugary texture, which is more like tablet than fudge. I quite like to go in between ten minutes and five as you get a nice interesting texture which isn’t 100% smooth.

I burnt myself the first time
Hotter than the surface of the sun, this is a job for adult supervision!

You can see the sugars bubbling away even as it leaves the pan, this means it will burn you even if you wait a few minutes before trying to lick it from the spoon!
Wait for it to cool slightly and then transfer to the fridge to fully cool and set. This is the right time to scatter the chunky chocolate chips all over the top as it will settle in but not melt.
Then once set it is up to you how to cut the fudge up, I am no perfectionist so I go for a rustic look!

fudge at it's finest
The cocnut butter adds an extra shine as well as a depth of flavour.

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