I know I already posted a peanut butter fudge recipe, but this maple peanut butter fudge is a quick 4 ingredient no bake recipe! I keep mine stored in the fridge so it stays firm. If you want one that doesn't need to be refrigerated, head over and check out my other recipe. This is an extremely creamy and smooth fudge. It's sweet, packed full of peanut butter flavor with a hint of maple syrup flavor.
Maple and peanut butter are a thing. They go together so perfectly! Wesley's idea for me was to make peanut butter pancakes with some maple syrup on top. The man loves himself some breakfast, but if you know me I don't listen very well. Afterall, peanut butter desserts is the best part of the Peanut Butter Bash.
You may have guessed what the theme was this month, but I'll tell you anyway! Maple and peanut butter. I can't believe we haven't done this theme sooner, really. The flavor combination is like heaven. SO darn tasty!
As I was putting together the collage for this month, I was admiring all the recipes from my fellow blogging friends. This month the recipes look divine! Be sure to look at the bottom of the post to check out the collage and visit my friends recipes!
Maple Peanut Butter Fudge
- 1 cup butter
- 1 ½ cups creamy peanut butter
- ½ cup maple syrup
- 3 cups powdered sugar
- Line an 8x8 pan with tin foil.
- In a mixing bowl, add in the butter and peanut butter. Microwave for 45 seconds and stir. If there are still lumps, microwave an additional 30 seconds. Stir until smooth.
- Add in the maple syrup and continue to stir until incorporated.
- Add in all of the powdered sugar and stir until it's combined. It will become thick and hard to stir.
- Place into the prepared pan and spread out.
- Place a piece of parchment paper or wax paper on top of the fudge. Smooth out using your hand over top of the wax paper.
- Place in the freezer for 45 minutes or the fridge for at least 2 hours until the fudge is cooled. Cut the fudge and serve.
- I keep this fudge in the fridge to keep it hard. If it comes to room temperature, it will be soft.
(Nutrition facts are an estimate and not guaranteed to be accurate. Please see a registered dietitian for special diet advice.)
Peanut Butter Sheet Cake & Maple Frosting from Gina of Kleinworth & Co.
Maple Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Frosting from Emma of Bake Then Eat