This classic fudge recipe is perfect for Christmas! You can make it ahead and freeze it or eat it warm out of the pan. This is a simple candy recipe that does not require a candy thermometer and can be adapted to mint fudge or nut fudge as desired. Check out my surprise ingredient! (Based on the original recipe for Kraft Fantasy Fudge, also called marshmallow fudge.)
Fantasy Fudge (Peanut Butter Fudge) from Food.com: This recipe is from the mother of a student, and it is the BEST peanut butter fudge I have ever had. I usually use real butter and not margarine when I cook, so I will substitute the margarine in this recipe. From what I have tasted, however, it is still delicious when made with margarine.