Quick and simple. Easy and delicious. And no heat required!
This is easy enough the kids can help you make it. It comes out very soft, and is best eaten with a spoon. It's really a method more than a recipe, but it's still ooey gooey good!
SPH Chocolate Peanut Butter Almost Fudge
Honey or Agave Nectar
When I make this, I use about 1/2 cup of peanut butter. I eyeball it - one really big blop. Then I add about a couple tablespoons of cocoa powder, and stir well to combine. Squeeze in honey or nectar, stir and taste. Start with a little, then add more as desired.
This can now be spread on a well-buttered plate and refrigerated to make actual fudge, or just eaten straight from the mixing bowl. Let's just say, mine rarely makes it to the fridge.
Use this to add to a smoothie made with yogurt and bananas. Make it with a different nut butter, add water and blend for a nondairy milkshake. This is especially tasty with almond butter.