Monday, November 24, 2008

Colonial Peanut Butter Fudge


Over the weekend I tried to do a little Christmas decorating. My new tree came that I purchased from QVC. Hubby asked if it was a live tree.............it sure looks live. The tree was pre lit so all I had to do was to fluff it up. Now I need to add my ornaments and garland. I am not sure what kind of garland I will do this year. I also made this yummy no cook fudge. The recipe is below and came from Cooks.com Hope you enjoy it! Blessings, Jill

Colonial Peanut Butter Fudge
4 c. Powdered Sugar, 1/4 t. salt, 1 c. peanut butter, 1/2 c. corn syrup, 1 stick butter, melted, 1 T, vanilla, 1 c. chopped nuts (optional) Mix together and press into a buttered dish; refrigerate.

11 comments:

Black Sheep Lisa said...

Your tree does look real! I love it, i am sure it will be even more beautiful all decorated! That fudge sounds yummy.

Ewe and Me Creations said...

The tree is already beautiful. Can't wait to see pix of it decorated too! I think I am going to try the fudge recipe today. My husband loves peanut butter anything! lol
Hugs
Crystal

AnnaSam said...

Your tree does look real!!!! And that fudge looks yummy! Hurry and get the tree decorated so I can get some ideas!!! LOL LOL! Have a blessed day!
Juanita

Dawn said...

Jill, the tree looks so real. and from QVC? You mentioned garland. Check out my blog. this yr. i used a ragged muslin coffee stained pinned together in stips by rusty pins. it looks very primitive. i didnt think this one up a friend nancy b. did. check it out you might like it for your tree. i cant wait to see your decorations, your home will be perfect im sure, dawn

Leslie said...

I like your tree :)

The fudge sounds so yummy! Aften is asking for me to bake something and I'm trying to come up with some recipe. I have a lot of odds and ends but it doesn't seem like I have enough of anything to make SOMETHING! LOL

Have a great rest of your day :)

Leslie

Shop Keeper... Pamela said...

Goodness! Your tree is PERFECT!!! I love it! Can't wait to see your touch applied to it.

And the fudge, honey chile, we will be gathering the ingredients for this, for sure!

Many Blessings 2 You on this Chilly Monday, Pamela

the purple plum said...

I love your tree.

tidymom said...

I LOVE that tree! and the fudge sounds simple and VERY YUMMY! My dh is a huge pb fan, so I might have to add this to my list!!

Happy Thanksgiving!

~Tidymom

simple~needs said...

love the tree and the fudge!!! great idea on displaying it too!!
hurry and get the tree decorated. we want to see!!

Dee Klaver said...

I LOVE your tree!!

Sandy said...

I just love your tree...it's true, it looks so real.