Try This Two-Ingredient Recipe for a Quick and Easy Dessert

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Hey there, dessert enthusiasts! Ready to dive into a bit of vintage deliciousness? Let’s time-travel back to the good ol’ days with a homemade classic: peanut butter fudge. This sweet gem is like a cozy hug from the past, and guess what? It’s super easy to make! With just two ingredients, you’ve got a golden ticket to peanut butter fudge paradise.

Simple and Easy

Sometimes simplicity steals the show. Just take it from the experts—fellow dessert enthusiasts who’ve tried and loved this concoction. Kathy Smith was the star baker of the day, and her friends couldn’t stop asking for the secret recipe. Then there’s margieday2, a seasoned pro who swears by this recipe as a family favorite. Clearly, this fudge is a hit!

Now, you’re probably thinking, “Two ingredients? That’s it?” Peanut butter is the star of the show, but the supporting actor can vary. You can spice it up with cream cheese, jazz it with vanilla frosting, or even rock it with almond bark. So many possibilities, right? Here is the basic recipe so you can whip up this delicious dessert.

How to Make It


  • Broken up confectioner’s coating white bark
  • 1 jar peanut butter
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  1. Line an 8×8-inch baking dish with plastic wrap, ensuring it extends over the edges of the dish.
  2. Place the broken bark in a large glass microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on low power for about 5 minutes, stirring every 30 seconds to 1 minute until the coating is smooth and creamy. Add peanut butter to the melted coating and stir until thoroughly combined.
  3. Spread the fudge mixture evenly into the prepared baking dish. Refrigerate the fudge for one or two hours until it is set. Use the overhanging plastic wrap to lift the fudge out of the dish, then slice it into squares using a pizza cutter.

Tips and Tricks

This recipe is like a playground for your culinary creativity. If you’re not a fan of white chocolate, you’ve got options! Swap white almond bark with white chocolate and have a delicious win. When using white chocolate, mixing it up for a marble effect might not be the best idea.

If white chocolate isn’t your jam, go with regular chocolate almond bark, resulting in a supersized Reese’s peanut butter cup flavor. It’s all about finding your fudge nirvana, one tasty experiment at a time!