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This is delicious! The recipe didn't specify, but I used pure maple syrup. Also wasn't sure how flat to make it, but I just went with my instincts. I guess the only major downside is that you have to keep it in the freezer b/c it gets soft super quick. Yummy and creamy...a keeper! Thanks for sharing. :)
I doubled the recipe because there wasn't a lot when i made it. I put it in the freezer for 15 minutes, but I put it in longer because it was too soft and fell apart in my hands. It tasted really good, but maybe more syrup because you can barely taste it. I would make it again but i would change the recipe a little bit.
My daughter and I made this for fun this afternoon. Quick and easy. Doubled the recipe and added about a 1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips. I think if I make it again I'll put a semisweet chocolate ganache on the top of the fudge. It's super yummy!
I used creamy Justin's peanut butter and pure maple syrup. I made a 1/2 batch because that is all the syrup I had on hand. I was craving peanut butter cookies but this recipe appeared. I will make this again because it so simple and tastes great!