Peanut butter Biscoff fudge


Y’all. I have the easiest and most delicious fudge recipe for you. Not only is it super tasty, but there’s no cooking involved! (unless you count melting in the microwave cooking)The steps involved are minimal, and in no time you will have yourself a melt in your mouth, creamy, delicious, wonderful treat. Absolutely perfect for Christmas baking, and even perfect to send out as gifts. Trust me, you want to try this fudge, and put it in your mouth.


  • 2 sticks butter, cut into chunks
  • 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 1/2 cup Biscoff spread
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 16 oz powdered sugar

To Make:

Line a baking dish with parchment paper, with enough to go over the sides, so probably double the size of the dish. Set aside.

In a microwave safe bowl, add the butter, peanut butter, and Biscoff. Cover with plastic wrap, and poke holes in top. Cook on high for 2 minutes. Stir. Recover. Heat for another 2 minutes. Stir until everything is melted together. Add the vanilla, stir. Add the powdered sugar and using a wooden spoon, stir until all the powdered sugar has incorporated into the rest of the ingredients. It will probably get a little difficult towards the end, so feel free to use a potato masher to get it really mixed.

Put the mixture into the baking dish, and use the extra lining to spread the fudge out. Cover the fudge with the lining and put into the fridge until set. This will take about 2 hours, depending on how thick you have spread the fudge. Unlike the regular way of making fudge, you must put this one into the fridge, or it won’t set.



Isn’t it pretty?


*If you really can’t live without spice, try adding a dash of cardamom powder to the melted ingredients.


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