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Peanut Butter Nutella Fudge – YUM!

This is the easiest fudge recipe you'll ever find. 3 ingredients and 6 minutes to assemble. Peanut Butter Nutella Fudge is perfectly delicious. #WomenLivingWell #Christmas #Candy #Holidays

Janelle from Comfy in the Kitchen has a mouth watering dessert recipe for us today! Hooray!

Janelle writes:

Now you see it….now you don’t! That’s the best way to describe this simple, yet delicious Nutella fudge. My sweet friend Katina thought to bring this to me last week….what a gift! I honestly have never seen a dessert vanish so quickly, haha!!! When she told me it had only 3 ingredients, I about fainted! You must try this one Ladies….it’s a keeper.

*Gluten FREE! Great to make with kiddos.

This is the easiest fudge recipe you'll ever find. 3 ingredients and 6 minutes to assemble. Peanut Butter Nutella Fudge is perfectly delicious. #WomenLivingWell #Christmas #Candy #Holidays

This is it! Just 3 ingredients…check that out.

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Microwave frosting for approximately 45 seconds, then combine with other ingredients in a bowl.

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Mix well, spread in an 8×8 pan, and refrigerate for 30 mins until set.

This is the easiest fudge recipe you'll ever find. 3 ingredients and 6 minutes to assemble. Peanut Butter Nutella Fudge is perfectly delicious. #WomenLivingWell #Christmas #Candy #Holidays

Bada bing. DEEEEElish.

3 Ingredient Peanut Butter Nutella Fudge (SO Easy!)

Serves:8-10
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Ingredients
  • 1 Cup Nutella
  • 1 Cup Peanut Butter
  • 1 16 oz Container Vanilla Frosting
Instructions
  1. Take the lid off of frosting and microwave for 45 seconds.
  2. Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl-it will start to thicken.
  3. Spread into an 8×8 pan.
  4. Refrigerate for 30 mins until firm.

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Janelle is a Christian, a Wife, a Stay at Home Mom of 3 young children and a proud- to- claim- it “Foodie”. You can find her displaying step-by-step photos of her recipes, giving devotionals,and sharing meal ministry stories on her blog. You can follow Janelle’s blog at ComfyInTheKitchen.com Follower her on facebook at Comfy In The Kitchen Follow her on Twitter at ComfynKitchen

11 Comments

    1. Jo C. thank you for commenting as well! I was definitely thinking this is NOT “women living well”…..that is one nasty recipe! ….sugar, fat, plastic, microwave….oh no! Looking forward to researching the one you posted as a healthy alternative!

      1. Hi Stella – I know the name of my blog is confusing. Women Living Well is not a health foods website…it’s about Women Living Well by drinking from the living well, the living words of God. That is how we will truly live well.

        As far as the recipe goes, everyone has their different preferences as to what they avoid or eat. I respect yours. For my family – we enjoy a treat like this now and then with no guilt. Everything in moderation is the key in our home.

        If you make a pan of this and cut it into bite size pieces and share it with neighbors and friends – I am sure they will respond with great thanks. (or give it as a teachers gift or put it on a cookie tray with other cookies – there’s lots of ways to use this recipe as a blessing.)

        Lots of Love,
        Courtney

    2. Thanks for sharing your alternative Jo – I know that some people have this preference about microwaves or taste preferences. Your recipe will bless them. When I pass a fudge store on vacation – I know our entire family loves a sample…(which leads to a purchase Lol!) and when a Christmas cookie tray passes by and I take a small piece of fudge – it’s just a treat. Don’t be too hard on yourself – a small treat in moderation is just fine. 😉 If you cut up a pan of these into bite size pieces and are generous to your neighbors and friends – then no one eats too much of it and it’s a blessing to everyone. 😉

    3. I agree, Jo C. When I saw the recipe, I thought, “Why ruin good peanut butter with that stuff?” However, the peanut butter shown is not natural and already ruined with the added hydrogenated oils. Jo C., your recipe looks very good and I think I’m going to try it.

  1. I can’t wait to try this! I make a similar recipe…mix one jar of creamy PB with one container of cream cheese icing. It’s so quick and easy and not as heavy as fudge. I call it cheater-fudge. Anyway, I love Nutella, so I’m excited to try it in the mix! I’ve never tried vanilla frosting or microwaving it, so I might give those variations a try as well. Thanks!

  2. I can’t wait to try this! Perfect recipe for the boys to help with while they are on summer break. Can you believe I have never tried Nutella?! So many people have told me its delicious, but I’ve never had it.

    1. @Heather…believe it or not, you are actually the first person I have “met” that has never had Nutella! Lol! It would definitely be great for a pot luck, or as Courtney suggested sharing some with teachers and neighbors. There are always ways to find to be a blessing to others.

      @Courtney, thank you for sharing this. I can’t believe that a simple recipe has caused controversy. While I respect everyone’s view and choices , I wish there was that common courtesy from others. No need to attack, if this recipe isn’t for you, no problem, just make your own healthy version, but calling someone’s recipe “nasty” is not kind or necessary.

  3. Thanks for sharing this recipe! I’m a big fan of all natural clean eating and I have learned over the years how to modify any recipe to my tastes. I’m also a big believer in moderation and occasional treats without the guilt. This is a crazy simple recipe to modify to your preferences and anyone who eats cleanly regularly should be able to figure it out for themselves pretty easily without bringing others down with their negative comments. I hate you have to deal with that. Keep up the good work!

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