Peanut Butter & Jelly Fudge is the taste of your childhood in one delicious bite. Heavenly.
There's a huge debate in my family. Or should I call it the great divide. And it all centers on how to properly make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
Here are the main points:
Thin peanut butter, thin jelly
Thin peanut butter, thick jelly
Thick peanut butter, thick jelly
Of course, then there is my husband who is thin peanut butter and NO jelly. (But he doesn't count in this because, duh, who doesn't like jelly?)
I'm sure you can all guess where I stand? I'm option 3, thick and thick. The more the better. Oozing out of the sandwich is preferred, both the peanut butter and the jelly. And if you can make it crunchy peanut butter, I'm in heaven.
My oldest daughter likes her peanut butter thin, with about half a jar of jelly. No joke. It's almost a little TOO much (did I just say that??).
And my youngest girls and son like thin on everything. The thinner the better. As for the jelly, put it on, but makes sure it doesn't ooze out. Really, they just like a small smear that is barely there.
I've been wanting to make a peanut butter & jelly fudge for some time now. But my fear was, what if nobody likes the way I make it? Then I'm stuck eating it all myself (okay, that's not a real problem, I kid!).
Here was my solution: while spreading on the jelly, I kept it real thin on the sides of the fudge, and much thicker near the center. You can swirl it in more too, so that it runs throughout the whole pan of fudge from top to bottom, side to side. But I kinda like the glop in the center, reminded me of my favorite sandwich.
I also used half crunchy peanut butter and half creamy. So in every bite, you had a little bit of crunch. Seriously, it was perfect. I only wish I had made the whole pan my way so I didn't have to share!
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