Peanut Butter Cookie Butter Fudge, a super simple no-bake dessert made from Speculoos (AKA Biscoff spread) and creamy peanut butter. It’s perfect for Christmas, Birthday, or Mother’s Day gifts and so good it’s guaranteed to make you new friends!
Fudge Yeah! Fudge! What kind of fudge?
Peanut butter cookie butter fudge.
What The Fudge Is Cookie Butter?
Good question! Cookie butter is a spread made with crushed cookies, butter, and condensed milk that you can find in fancier stores including Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, and of course Amazon. It goes by many names; for example; cookie butter, Biscoff spread, and Speculoos.
Speculoos? You mean that thing that the lady doctor uses to…
No. That’s something completely different. But, doesn’t the word speculum sound like a Harry Potter Charm?
Step 1: line an 8″ x 8″ baking dish with parchment paper. Leave some overhang because we are gonna use that as handles to lift the fudge out when it’s ready. Next, cut the butter into large chunks and put a large pot over medium heat. and melt. When it’s all melted, add the peanut butter and cookie butter. Stir until fully dissolved and incorporated. Add the vanilla extract and cardamom and stir. Add the powdered sugar and stir until well incorporated. It should be a big semi hard ball. Just, work it until it’s well mixed and most of the large white spots are gone.
Pour the fudge into the baking dish and smooth it out with a silicone spatula. Refrigerate for 2 hours.
When the fudge has set, grab the parchment paper handles. Lift it out transfer to a cutting board and but into 2 inch chunks.
That’s it! You are D-U-N dun! This fudge actually makes a great gift. In fact, I gave it to my mom for her birthday.
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