Peanut Butter Banana Fudge

Sharing is caring!

 Creamy Banana Fudge topped with peanut butter and sprinkles! Making delicious fudge can be done year round, and it’s always a great treat at potlucks too!

Be sure to sign up for email…new recipes in your inbox!

Peanut Butter Banana Fudge: creamy banana fudge topped with peanut butter. Seriously so good!

It’s no surprise I’ve created yet another fudge recipe. Right? Actually I have one more coming next week. It’s a fudge-a-palooza around here!

Actually, learning how to make fudge is so simple, and it’s a great treat for teacher gifts, hostess gifts, new moms, and potlucks!

Also, I would think a batch of this fudge is a great thing to give to a new neighbor.

Peanut Butter Banana Fudge: creamy banana fudge topped with peanut butter. Seriously so good!

We are just days away from our big move, and I’m so wishing I had a batch of this fudge to give to my movers. If I bribed them with fudge maybe they would be gentle on my furniture and boxes.

Speaking of boxes, having packed myself up, is it appropriate to apologize for how heavy I made some of the boxes. I clearly understand why people pay to have their stuff packed and moved. There is no way I would want to lift some of the boxes I packed.

I have one box of just chocolate. Yes. Chocolate. And it is so incredibly heavy I think when they read the name on the box they won’t believe me. They are going to think I put bricks in that box. But no. It’s just bags and bags of chocolate chips. I am a chocolate hoarder.

And the sprinkles. One box of just sprinkles. Crazy.

So, for that, my dear movers, I am sorry. And if I had anything left in my kitchen to cook with I totally would make you a batch of this fudge. But since we have been eating ramen noodles and mac and cheese for a week, I’m at a loss.

Go check out this recipe on Food Fanatic today!

Peanut Butter Banana Fudge: creamy banana fudge topped with peanut butter. Seriously so good!

Connect with Shugary Sweets! Be sure to follow me on my social media, so you never miss a post!

Facebook | Twitter | Google+

Pinterest | instagram | Bloglovin’

Creamy Banana Fudge topped with peanut butter and sprinkles! Making delicious fudge can be done year round, and it's always a great treat at potlucks too!

**There may be affiliate links in this post! By clicking on them, or purchasing recommended items I may receive a small compensation. However, I only recommend products I love! Thank you for supporting Shugary Sweets! See my disclosure policy for more info**

38 comments on “Peanut Butter Banana Fudge”

  1. Is there any greater combo than banana and peanut butter?! And so funny, I just moved too, and I had a box of sprinkles! They didn’t let me pack my chocolate though..wasn’t allowed. I wanted to cry. Good luck with the move!

  2. You’re so creative when if comes to fudge, and peanut butter banana sounds amazing! Good luck with the move.

  3. I can’t wait till we move and have them all just blankly stare at me for all the collections of food props and random food collections! Maybe I can make this fudge to help with the overloads of chocolate!? Yum!

  4. I love caramel and this recipe looks great! Good luck with the move! And a box of chocolate is the best box in the world! I hope they will be careful with your treasure!

  5. Good luck with your move. If I had to move right now I’d have way more than just one box of chocolate!

    Love the fudge recipe. I’ve never made fudge using pudding mix. I’ll have to give it a try.

  6. Yum. Love this combo of flavors!

  7. Mir

    Love this flavor combo! Have you tried Ben and Jerry’s banana PB fro yo? Addictive!
    Keep the fudge kick going!

  8. LOVE the creaminess of this fudge and the combo of pb and banana-they’re always best friends ;P

  9. Pingback: Peanut Butter Banana Fudge – Shugary Sweets | terry1954

  10. Yum!!! Great combo! Hope your move goes well!

  11. Peanut butter fudge! Ahhh, right up my alley! Love the sounds of this version! Pinned!

  12. I love the peanut butter and banana combo! Good luck with the big move, Aimee (and bribing the movers with this fudge would be a great plan)!

  13. Ohh yes, I can get down with this. Looks delicious xx I love the combo of PB & bananas too.

  14. Peanut Butter and Banana Fudge. Geez, this sounds amazing – I love all of your fudge creations!

  15. You make me laugh…although I would have the same problem if we ever moved. Plus the 10 extra boxes of props. I would gladly come move boxes for you if it meant this fudge. Banana pudding fudge is to die for…I love that you added peanut butter to the top of yours!

  16. What a perfect combination. This looks to die for!

  17. This looks like it needs to be in my life!!! Loving it 🙂 And I had like 3 boxes of candy that I was super weird about— didn’t want them sitting in the truck melting, so I acted like they were my babies and dictated when and where they could be moved. I thought Chris was going to kill me 😉 Hang in there girl, you’re on the home stretch!

  18. Sprinkles and chocolate are necessary items! Haha, I’m pretty sure our cabinets would make for some brick like boxes as well. Keep hanging in there, it is almost here!
    Now, you throw two fudge recipes at us? You can’t do that, now I have to choose! I love how cute the patriotic fudge is but seriously, banana and peanut butter are so.good together. And your piped on drizzle is gorgeous!

  19. Once I start to eat fudge I can’t stop! So keep creating!

  20. Oh I just love fudge and yes it makes the best present. This one looks incredible! Peanut butter banana? Wow!!

  21. Oh wow! This is a combination I haven’t had in a long time 🙂 I love the fact that this is a fudge- the texture is always amazing

  22. Gracie

    Can you do this without the marshmallow fluff?

  23. Can you tell me what the equivalent is to marshmallow fluff and peanut baking chips in the uk? Would live to try this

  24. Pingback: 60 Fudge Recipes for Your Holiday Giving - Lady Behind the Curtain

  25. Pingback: The Great Big List of Banana Desserts • Sarahs Bake Studio

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.