You all- I was so bad the other day. I made fudge. But not just any fudge. I wanted white chocolate & peanut butter. Sometimes an idea will pop into my head & I can’t shake it until I finally make whatever it is & get it our of my system. I don’t typically make fudge mid year. I usually make it around the holidays & this year I even made some at Easter. It was my mom’s “thing” which has now turned into my step-dad’s thing. But she never made white chocolate fudge. So that has become the one thing I have added to the fudge recipe list. This Nutter Butter Fudge is your favorite white chocolate fudge & packed full of crushed Nutter Butter Cookies. It’s peanut butter & white chocolate heaven if you ask me.
Oh my heavens. You have to make this!!! It’s phenomenal. I just love love love peanut butter cookies like Nutter Butter (sometimes with my morning coffee…shhhh, don’t tell anyone) & adding them to a nice thick piece of fudge just makes my heart go pitter-patter!!
What’s your favorite fudge combo?
Nutter Butter Fudge
- 8 tbsp 1 stick butter
- 4 cups white chocolate chips
- 1 cup sweetened condensed milk
- 1- 7 oz container marshmallow creme
- 20 Nutter Butter cookies - crushed + 4 additional for topping
- Line 8x8" pan with parchment & spritz with cooking spray
- In a medium saucepan heat butter until fully melted
- Add sweetened condensed milk
- Then add in white chocolate chips & cook until fully melted
- Add in marshmallow creme & remove from heat
- Fold in crushed cookies
- Spread in pan into an even layer
- Top with remaining crushed cookies
- Refrigerate 1-2 hours to firm before cutting
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I was never a fudge fan – just too sweet, but the sound of a cookie in it, now I wish I could eat milk!
Lynn | The Road to Honey says
I think fudge is appropriate year round. As a matter of fact, I often associate fudge with summer vacations where it seems there is always a fudge shop within steps from the beach. I love that you combined the peanut butter cookie with the white chocolate. I bet this is heavenly.
Blair @ The Seasoned Mom says
Oh, goodness. I’m with you — I normally make fudge at the holidays. BUT, I think I could be convinced to make an exception to that rule for THIS fudge. It looks amazing, Gina! Pinned! 🙂
Gina Kleinworth says
Yes!!! I’m thinking I need to abandon the rule & not deprive myself all year. Maybe then I won’t eat my weight in fudge during the holidays. Thanks Blair –
Tina Jui | The Worktop says
Oh no, now I have it in my head to make fudge!
Karren Haller says
Cooks are getting so creative using things already mad, who would of thought of using Nutter Butters like this, looks delicious!
Thanks for sharing on Friday Features Oh My Heartsie Girl!
Have a great weekend, Karren
Miz Helen says
Oh my goodness, this fudge is fabulous! Hope you are having a great week and thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
Come Back Soon!
Jennifer @ The Jenny Evolution says
Hi. I would have liked to feature your fudge on my Friday Flash Blog, however, you have the photo option disabled.
Jennifer @ The Jenny Evolution
Gina Kleinworth says
Thanks Jenny – I appreciate that. Unfortunately due to some that have not used my images according to my copyright policy I had to make it a little more difficult to save them. I’m happy to email them to you if you would like one or you can always grab one from my pin board for the posts shared here.
Thanks again – Gina
Diana Rambles says