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Super easy sugar free peanutbutter fudge

Updated on December 14, 2011

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This is a recipe for people on restricted sugar diets. It is quick, easy and enjoyable. So lets get started with the ingredients.

1 cup hard margarine

1 cup reduced-fat creamy peanut butter

1 teaspoon pure vanilla exract

1 1/2 cup slenda granular

1-2 tablespoons cold water

DIRECTIONS

Mlt margarine in pan, add peanutbutter, stir until smooth. in a bowl add splenda, vanilla, and to make the splenda melt 1-2 tablespoons cold water. Add splenda mixture to peanutbutter mixture and mix well.

Pour into a buttered 8 x 8 pan. Place waxed papper on top of fudge and refrigerate until cool and set.

Cut into 1 inch pieces and store in an airtight container for up to a week.

This is a great recipe for bake sales, potlucks, Etc..

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      Angela 6 months ago

      Has anyone tried it and it set? Really want to try it but the butter does seem like a lot compared to other recipes.

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      Crissy 7 months ago

      How many carbs are in the fudge?

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      Kim 19 months ago

      For sugar free its pretty good needs to set in refridgerator over night though. I used real butter and regular peanutbutter.

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      Scott 21 months ago

      I made this all went well till i tried some it tasted like butter more so then peanutbutter. I think this recipe calls for way to much butter as i look at other sugarfree recipes they call for 1/2 cup butter. What a waste

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      Miss took 2 years ago

      Can I substitute the Splenda with all natural honey ?

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      sammi 2 years ago

      How many carbs does this have ? Sorry just found out I have gestational diabetes.

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      Krista 2 years ago

      Mine would not set up either and I used real stick butter and real regular peanut butter (lowest carbs I can find) and splenda etc. its good but not fantastic and it is not fudge.. its more like dip. lol

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      Anita Rozzi 3 years ago

      Mom's diabetic I'd feel guilty not letting her have fudge I'd make for myself, this way she'd have her sweet too ,thank you.

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      Alicia V 3 years ago

      A couple of questions because I made this and it would not set. I did use stick margarine - blue bonnet regular. However, I used full fat peanut butter. Will the added fat content cause it to not set? Also I usually give my fudge pans just a quick spray of non-stick cooking spray. Do you think this may have caused a problem?

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      sharon 3 years ago

      Thanks for the answer.

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      deb feit 3 years ago

      Stick margarine

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      SHARON 3 years ago

      I did make this, but my fudge didn't seem to want to set up as firmly as I know it should, the taste was awesome, but it was more like there was too much butter in it, when you refer to hard margarin, are you saying "stick" margarin? I did use smart balance margarin, but I also really packed the margarin into the cup. Maybe that was the mistake?

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      TMB 3 years ago

      wait - there is sugar in peanut butter so be choosy in that