Peanut Butter Fudge with Thermomix Instructions

peanut butter fudge

Peanut Butter Fudge

  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil, liquid
  • 1/4 cup honey*
  1. Place the ingredients into a bowl and mix until they are smooth and well combined. Pour the mixture into the holes of a mini silicon muffin tray or into mini patty pans. Place in the freezer to set and to store.
  2. Eat and enjoy!

Thermomix Method

  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil, liquid
  • 1/4 cup honey*
  1. Place the ingredients into the bowl and at speed 5 for 3 seconds. Pour the mixture into the holes of a mini silicon muffin tray or into mini patty pans. Place in the freezer to set and to store.
  2. Eat and enjoy!

*you can use rice malt syrup if you prefer

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Peanut Butter Fudge with Thermomix Instructions
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  • Debbie M

    Wow! Thank you! This was so easy to make and I can’t believe how delicious it tastes. I made using peanut butter with LSA in it, and I poured the mixture into a silicone muffin tray. Worked brilliantly – can now sneak to the freezer and pop out individual rounds! Next step = coating them in chocolate to make peanut butter cups 🙂

    • Wendywoo

      Hi Debbie, Please would you explain what LSA is? I live in the U.K and have never heard of it- I’m assuming it’s not “Lots of Sugary Additives”?!

      • Mel

        It’s ground linseed, sunflower seeds and almonds. 🙂

        • Wendywoo

          Thank you, that sounds nutritious and delicious!

      • Debbie M

        Yes, see below 🙂 it’s a popular additive to baking or breakfast and the Mother Earth peanut butter available here has a variety with LSA in it. It’s yummy!

        • Wendywoo

          Thank you- I often chuck linseeds, sunflower seed etc into recipes, but have never heard of them in peanut butter…mmmmmmm!

    • My thoughts exactly Debbie, how perfect would they be with a little choc! I really appreciate the feedback and I a glad you have enjoyed them. x

    • Olivia

      What a great idea!

  • Kirsty

    My little one has just started kindy. He loves it beyond belief but my heart has too almost broken when I’ve heard of him not being included in something, or heard of someone hitting him etc. Guess these things are a learning curve for us, just as much as they are for them!

    Your fudge looks delicious!

    • Thank YOU for sharing. I hope you enjoy the recipe. x

  • Wendywoo

    Oh you poor woman- I remember this feeling so well- heartbreak combined with a massive desire to A) storm in and rescue my darling girl, B) Kick the living daylights out of the bullies. Obviously, I did neither, but the year before my daughter left primary school, I insisted that she was (finally, after 5 years of asking) removed from the class with her so called “best friend” (aka known as “Bully Girl”), so she could start High School with a nice bunch of girls. She did, I got good counselling for her, and all the bullying stopped. It’s definitely worth talking to the teachers and asking them to keep an eye on things, although most nastiness is sneaky and happens at playtime or when a teacher won’t notice. You could keep a record as evidence, but in the meantime, remember that your children have the loveliest Mum in the world to come home to and……PEANUT BUTTER FUDGE! Thank you for such a delicious “quick and quiet” recipe- I will try and eat it from the freezer, as you suggest, but I suspect I will have eaten it all straight from the saucepan long before it gets a chance to cool down…well, hot peanut butter fudge sauce- sounds good to me!
    Love to you all x

    • Oh Wendy you are wonderful! The little dramas as not near as intense as what you have endured! I bet you are glad that is all behind you! Did you have a nice time with your daughter when she came to visit?
      My little man will be off to pre school for one day a week at the end of the year and I am worrying about it. He isn’t confident, out going and independent like his Sister was. He is happy being at home and only likes being around familiar people. Lu will be at the school with him so that gives me some comfort. I am sure he will be fine but those first few weeks might be hard for us both. I hope are going well. I am off for a scan Thursday and will be sure to let you know how I go. xxx

  • Krystal

    Miss 2 and I both loved it! So easy to make and delicious.

    • Thank YOU!!! I really appreciate the feedback and I am glad the recipe was enjoyed. x

  • Made these last night as gift for a friend. Couldn’t help but steal some for myself. Wow. So sweet and lovely! So simple too.

  • yummy! another pint for later! thanks xx cathy

  • aminah

    can you make without peanut butter?

  • Olivia

    These are another winner. Thank you so much for sharing wonderful recipes with us. Am going through your snacks and sweets section to give our daughter yummy healthy options. Made your jaffa balls this morning, too coconuty for my daughter and I, however hubby can’t wait to have the whole batch to himself.

    • Fabulous!!! Thank YOU so much!!! I rally appreciate your feedback and support and I am glad you are finding a few recipes that you enjoy. Be sure to let me know how you go with anything else that you try. x

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  • Sarah Lyst

    Made this tonight but with crunchy peanut butter, wow! Definitely hits the sweet and nutty spot that I get the cravings for 🙂

    • Great to hear! Thank YOU Sarah! I really appreciate the feedback and I am glad you enjoyed it. xx

  • Sarah Lyst

    Made this last night with crunchy peanut butter, so good!

  • Andrew Henneberry

    Wow, by far the best peanut butter fudge I have ever made!

    • YAY!! Thank YOU! I am glad you enjoyed it. I really appreciate the feedback. x

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  • Karen

    Do you think it would work with cacao powder?

  • Laura Lubans-Bates

    Simple but so good straight out of the freezer!

  • Elizabeth

    Unfortunately this is sooo good! Taste like peanut butter chocolate straight from the freezer, I think I prefer it this way rather than out of the fridge. I think I might do a double layer, one chocolate, one peanut butter…yummy!

    • Perfect!!!! Thank YOU for the feedback, I am glad you enjoyed it. x

  • Jolie McCann

    I made these tonight and they were delicious! I used rice malt syrup instead of honey though and I think they would have been just that little bit nicer with honey. Unfortunately my husband can’t eat honey. Do you think this recipe would work with maple syrup?

    • Thank YOU! Yes, it is delicious with maple syrup. x

  • Rachel

    Delicious and so good for you. So quick and easy to make too. We make ours in a loaf tin and then just slice it when it has set.

  • Katherine

    Hi. I have a 10yo boy who loves PB but not coconut oil. Could I sub for grass fed butter?

  • sharon

    what sort of ‘cup’ is your measurements please? Id love to make these

  • Jane

    What peanut butter did people use??

    • I use a natural one, 100% peanuts, occasionally has salt. x

  • Rose

    Thank you for such a great recipe! I loved it! I swapped the honey for rice malt syrup to make it low FODMAP.

  • Moon

    Are there any low FODMAP vegan peanut butter fudge recipes that don’t have to be kept in the freezer?

  • Anine Breed

    Can you skip the honey? Banting and any sugar is a big no.