Something so good you should never make it

29 Aug

I mentioned this recipe once before but I truly feel it deserves it’s own post.

I love peanut butter fudge. And when I say ‘love’ I mean if I had to choose between shopping for shoes (if you know me, you know I love shoes) and eating peanut butter fudge…I’m going with the fudge. I have tried any and all peanut butter fudges that I’ve come across. And honestly I’ve never had a totally terrible one. Sure I like some better than others but that can be said about anything.

THIS FUDGE, on the other hand, is so freaking good you will NEVER want to make it again. EVER. I have made it twice. And both times I have eaten it for breakfast, mid morning snack, lunch, evening snack post dinner, really it’s sad. I even made it one time with chocolate frosting for that chocolate / peanut butter thing…but it wasn’t anywhere near as good. (which is probably how I should make it all the time since I didn’t like it that much). But no, I made it the right way. And have single handedly eaten almost the entire pan. For the love of God, why did I have to find this recipe!?

For the record, I’m not eating it now, though I wish I were. Instead, I ate a pear. It was delicious, but peanut butter fudge it was not. I’m trying very hard to not go and just eat the remaining chunk… Picture, if you will, that scene from ‘shallow hal’ where Gweneth Paltrow says she wants a piece of cake and proceeds to like cut HALF of it and picks it up with her hand and eats it like a slice of pizza. Yeah, that’s what I want to do with this fudge. But I won’t. I’m practicing restraint. I may lose, but at least I will have tried.

So, if you are fond of peanut butter fudge, as clearly I am, don’t make this. I promise you it’s the best you will ever make, the easiest you will ever make and you will consume the entire thing on your own.

You can’t say I didn’t warn you.

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