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Fudge Balls

What you need: 

1 cup peanut butter (crunchy or smooth)
1 cup carob chips or chocolate chips
3/4 cup maple syrup
1 cup chopped walnuts or pecans

What you do: 

1. Put the peanut butter, carob chips and maple syrup in sauce pan. Melt together and then add nuts.
2. After all is melted, place in spoonfuls on wax paper.
3. Let it cool in refrigerator.

Preparation Time: 
6 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
15
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

so easy, so delicious, do perfect. i used brown rice syrup in replace of the maple and made weird shaped globs on sheets of foil (intstead of squares or balls) and it was A+. my mouth thanks you for this delicious recipe.

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Mmmmm!  I used crunchy pb and left out the nuts.  I also poured it into a pan instead of scooping it into balls and had to eat the melty stuff out of the sides of the pan.  They're in the fridge right now but I already know they're delicious.  ;D

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this was awesome! my bf loves it very much!!  very easy and quick!  :D

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i make these all the time and i never reviewed them...organic dark choc peanut butter makes them euphoric

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Yummy!!! I didn't have nuts so I used crunchy peanut butter. It's in the fridge cooling right now!

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These are pretty tasty.  It took several hours for the fudge to harden to the right consistency though.  They were worth the wait. Yum!

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Thanks for posting this excellent recipe- very cheap and fast to make- and made a LOT. IMO, the fudge is a little too soft (though might have been my fault), but when it tastes this good, who cares!

As a UK vegan, Snickers bars ('Marathons') are off the menu, and US-based Peanut Chews are too hard to get hold of, so this a perfect replacement!

< In choccie heaven!

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These are incredible!!!  For the past 2 years I have been searching for the perfect fudge recipe and these are IT!!!  Thank YOU so much for the recipe!

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you can never go wrong with chocolate & peanut butter.  i like willwolf's almond butter idea, but i'm tempted to use coconut for an "almond joy" effect.  will the calories ever stop climbing?!

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man oh man! I made this again, and I can't believe how good it is. It melts in your mouth. Definitely deserves a five star!

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