I made “peanutty” chocolate fudge with a lot of help from Nestle Toll House

This is my very first attempt at making fudge. I made Peanutty Chocolate Fudge with a lot of help from Nestle Toll House. While strolling down the baking aisle the other day I picked up a bag of Toll House Morsels and turned the bag over. I was almost shocked when I read the recipe for Peanutty Chocolate Fudge. I was mostly in shock because I had almost everything I needed at home already. I just had to pick up the morsels, evaporated milk, and mini marshmallows, score.

My assistant Jasmine did a fabulous job helping me!

The Process


The Outcome! YUM!


Yum! My husband is in for a huge surprise when he comes home from work tonight.

Sending out a big thanks to my kitchen/baking assistant, Jasmine. You rock!

Want to come over for some Peanutty Chocolate Fudge? I’ll save you a piece, maybe?

Disclosure: I posted this on my accord. This post is in not way associated or sponsored by Nestle Toll House. I just wanted to share my first Fudge making experience  with all of you.

About Tiffany

Tiffany is a wife and busy mom of two with a passion for blogging and connecting through social media. Tiffany lives in the Baton Rouge area by way of Virginia. Tiffany enjoys blogging, gardening, painting her nails, snapping pictures of her children, and getting lost in a good book. When Tiffany isn't blogging here at FMB, you can find her over at BatonRougeMoms.com. Connect with Tiffany on Twitter @FabulousMomBlog.


  1. I love making something new with my boy…and well, I loooooove fudge!

  2. Wow! Easy and looks really yummy. Now that is my kind of dessert.

  3. I have not made this with marshmallows, but have with marshmallow creme and it turns out so good. Peanutbutter fudge is my favorite!

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