Baked Fudge with Peanut Butter Cups

Easy to make and seriously scrumptious. Peanut butter and chocolate, it’s such a classic combination, For good reason!

Baked Fudge with Peanut Butter Cups | Easy to make and seriously scrumptious.

You may remember I made Baked Fudge earlier this year. I made a second batch the same day but added some peanut butter cups for fun. It was one of those simple things we all do. Toss a few extras in a recipe and see what happens. This was pure magic. Peanut butter and chocolate just go so well together. It’s a match made in heaven.

I had seen The Pioneer Woman’s Baked Fudge and fell in love with it. So I had to try it. I’m so glad I did. It was so easy to make and absolutely delightful to nosh on.

This is one of those recipes that you obsess about. Add a little of this, add a little of that. It becomes an obsession. Much like my obsession with The Walking Dead. Since I first started watching it a few short months and I’ve ripped through the series 4 times. Yes, 4 times. I need help. I’ve now taken a break from it for my own sanity, and the sanity of my friends and family. I’ve replaced it with a new obsession, Sons of Anarchy. Seriously, help me.

I thought I would hate SOA, but somehow it’s hooked me. I cannot get enough of it. I think it’s because it shocks me. Not many shows do. I get way too absorbed in the whole thing. I’m also way too attached to the characters. I mean seriously, what happens to Opie just about did me in. This show is ruining my life. Yet I just want more. And more and more. Just like this Baked Fudge with Peanut Butter Cups.

Baked Fudge with Peanut Butter Cups | Easy to make and seriously scrumptious.

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Baked Fudge with Peanut Butter Cups
 
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Easy to make and seriously scrumptious. Peanut butter and chocolate, it's such a classic combination, For good reason!
Serves: Serves 4
Ingredients
  • 2 whole eggs
  • 1 cup white granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon brown sugar
  • 2 tablespoons cocoa powder, heaping
  • 2 tablespoons flour
  • ½ cup butter, melted
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • ½ cup mini peanut butter cups
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F.
  2. Beat the eggs until light in colour.
  3. Now add the white granulated sugar, and brown sugar. Beat until combined.
  4. Add the cocoa, flour, butter and extract. Mix until just combined. Do not over-mix.
  5. Add the peanut butter cups and mix slightly.
  6. Pour the batter into ramekins or small mason jars (good quality so they don't break in the oven) and set those inside a rimmed baking dish. I used a cake pan. Then pour water inside the baking dish (but NOT in the ramekins or mason jars) until it comes up about halfway.
  7. Pop in the oven for about 40 to 50 minutes, they should be a crust on the top that is crisp but the inside should be firm but still just a tad gooey.
  8. You can serve these hot, and they will taste almost like a gooey brownie. Or you can pop them in the fridge to make them firmer and set up. Then they become almost like a soft fudgy pudding.
  9. Serve with a big old chocolate and peanut butter heavenly smile!
Notes
Recipe slightly adapted from The Pioneer Woman's Delicious Baked Fudge

Baked Fudge with Peanut Butter Cups | Easy to make and seriously scrumptious.

I got carried away and started eating them before realizing I should be taking photos. Seriously man, you think I’d learn. Luckily I stopped myself in time to get a few decent shots for the blog.

I love simple recipes. They free up my time for things like The Walking Dead and Sons of Anarchy. You know, really super de duper important stuff.

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If you make these you should try topping them with ice cream. Seriously good stuff. Or some fresh whipped cream. Absolutely heavenly.

I’m off to get my hair done today. I thought it might be a good idea to be somewhat presentable for Blogher Food this weekend. I’m was going to show up in jammies and unkempt hair but I hear that’s not overly appropriate.

I still haven’t packed. Or planned to pack. Or made a list of things to pack. Maybe I should make a list of things I should make a list of. Might be a good place to start. But first, I need to finish ALL of the Sons of Anarchy. I better get crack-a-lacking on that.

Toodles and smoochies! xx

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Comments

  1. says

    Yeah, eating the “hero” before we actually photograph it is a problem we bloggers face, isn’t it? And a good problem to have! I’d probably have to make a second batch of these just to photograph. 😉 Good stuff — thanks.

  2. says

    Baked fudge? Since I started reading food blogs, I have been exposed to the most amazing
    food and techniques. So much fun. This DEFINITELY falls in the fun category. And its all things I feel I can do and have it turn out.

  3. says

    Where has baked fudge been all my life???? Forget packing, bake another batch of these babies and bring them to FL!!!!

  4. Christina says

    Folks, it’s not safe to bake in a canning jar, the glass is a different mix than Pyrex baking dishes. Please take a moment to go to the website of jar manufacturer and note that they all state not to use them in ovens, not to oven-can, and not to bake. =(

    • Kim Beaulieu says

      All jar companies state that. I’ve been baking in them for years and have never had one break. Ever. People can make up their own minds if they choose to use them or ramekins. We all read warning labels, we all decide if we are going to follow the advice. People are welcome to bake them in whatever they like. No one is forcing them to bake them in mason jars. Most people use ramekins, I happen to use these. Want to bake them in a ramekin, knock yourself out. No sweat. I personally cannot stand pyrex, I rarely use them after seeing one explode in a relative’s oven.

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