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Author Notes: Think Reese's peanut butter cup in fudge form. Rich chocolate and peanut butter mixed together no one will notice that it's dairy-free. —Allison
Makes: 25 fudge squares
ounces Enjoy Life Dairy-free Chocolate Chips
cup soy milk
cup peanut butter
- Measure out all of your ingredients and place in a microwave approved bowl. *My peanut butter and chocolate chips were at room temperature so if you chocolate and peanut butter is not you may need to microwave a bit longer.
- Microwave for 1 minute. *You just want the ingredients to be warm. The melting of chocolate should occur as you mix the ingredients together. Microwaving the ingredients too long can result in scorching the chocolate which will give your chocolate a burnt taste.
- After your ingredients are well mixed, set aside. Take a sheet of wax paper and place the wax paper in your 8 x 8 pan. Be sure to let some of the wax paper over hang your pan. Next pour, your fudge mixture into the pan making sure that the fudge reaches all corners of the container. Your fudge should be more of a liquid consistency…but don’t panic it will harden.
- Next, cover your fudge with a lid or foil and place in the fridge to chill for at least 2 hours before checking. When your fudge is completely hardened it’s done.
- Lift your fudge out of the container by pulling on the edges of the wax paper. Pull the wax paper off and cut into squares and consume. I recommend you store your fudge in the fridge for added freshness. I kept mine wrapped in the wax paper with foil over the top.