Easy Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Fudge

This Easy Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Fudge is the best and easiest fudge you will ever eat! Be prepared to go back for seconds…and thirds!

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Easy Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Fudge - Seriously the BEST fudge you will ever eat!!!  #fudge #reeses #peanutbutter #dessert

You guys. This fudge!!! If you like peanut butter cups this easy fudge recipe is about to be your new best friend. It is completely fool proof. You can’t mess it up. It only takes a few minutes and a handful of ingredients and I doubt you will ever taste a more delicious fudge! Seriously.

The BEST and Easiest Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Fudge!!!  #fudge #peanutbuttercups #dessert

I don’t make the regular old fashioned fudge anymore. You know, the kind you have to boil and watch very carefully. There’s always a good chance it won’t set up properly, and I hate wasting food. Especially chocolate and Reese’s! But this fudge is where it’s at, kids. It is seriously super duper easy and there’s no chance of failure. It will be awesome. So if you’ve never made fudge before, no worries! You can totally make this, I promise!

I do feel a responsibility to warn you of the intense urge you will feel upon making this fudge, to eat the entire batch. Resist! Sharing this fudge with others is a simple way to make instant friends. Everyone will love you. Plus if you eat the whole pan you will have to buy all new pants, and it will be a whole thing. So share, mmmkay?

Double Decker Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Fudge - Be prepared to want the whole pan to yourself!! #reeses #fudge #dessert

Easy Reeseā€™s Peanut Butter Cup Fudge

This Easy Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Fudge is hands down the best fudge ever!! It is so so simple to make and it is out of this world delicious!


  • 2 cups semi sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 3 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • 3/4 cups creamy peanut butter
  • 28 mini peanut butter cups (quartered (about 1 1/2 cups))


Step 1
In a medium saucepan over medium/low heat, melt the chocolate chips with the butter. Once smooth and completely melted remove from heat and stir in the condensed milk. Pour half the batter in a separate bowl.
Step 2
In one bowl gently stir in half of the Reese's and spread evenly into a parchment paper lined 8" square pan. Add peanut butter to the other bowl and swirl but do not completely combine into the chocolate. Carefully stir in remaining Reese's and spread into the pan over the chocolate layer.
Chill in the refrigerator at least 2 hours. Lift fudge out of the pan and remove the paper before slicing into squares. Cover and refrigerate leftovers.


More easy fudge recipes:

No Fail TWIX Fudge – This is an absolute must make, too!

Easy Twix Fudge Recipe


No Fail Turtle Fudge – This is so impressive and super easy!

Easy Turtle Fudge Recipe

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  1. says

    I never boil fudge anymore either… this method is so much easier. For some reason I only make fudge around Christmas but I think I need to think of some fun fudge recipes for summer :)

  2. says

    I absolutely love everything you create. These don’t fail to impress me either, they sound amazing!!

    • says

      That is quite a complement coming from you – thanks so much, Matt!

  3. says

    This looks SO delicious! Pinning (and stumbling too!) I definitely have to try this! If you have a moment, I’d love for you to link it up with us at Foodie Fridays…our party ends tonight and starts again Thursday night / Friday morning at midnight.

  4. Ginny McMeans says

    This is fabulous. Love the peanuts in there too!

  5. says

    reeses and twix are my favorite candy bars….these recipes are to die for!

  6. says

    I’m willing to be a taste tester if you ever need one. This looks fantastic.

  7. says

    Oh my goodness, that looks so amazing! Thanks for sharing your recipe.

    Best wishes,
    Natasha in Oz

  8. says

    This is brilliant! I’m totally going to make this.

  9. Christie says

    Sounds great, but a little confused – am I reading wrong? In Step 2, “remaining Reese’s …” When did we separate?

    • says

      You will add half of the Reese’s to the chocolate fudge and the other half to the peanut butter fudge. Sorry for the confusion! This fudge is awesome, I hope you try it! :)

      • Christie says

        I see it now! Totally missed it! Thanks! And I am definitely going to try!

  10. Janie says

    I made this last week. Over the top sweet & rich. I did make a change in the chocolate – cutting back to 1.5 cups of semi-sweet then broke up a Lindt bar of 93% Cacoa to darken up a little & cut some of the sweetness.
    Think next time, I might cut back on the peanut butter addition.
    Rave reviews though from all who tasted. THanks for sharing.

  11. says

    Perfect…fudge….reeses…can’t get any better than that can it?

    Pinning it!!

    Thanks for sharing!

    • says

      Hi Jean! Yes, you can freeze this. I wrap it tightly in plastic wrap and them put it in a freezer bag. It should keep about 3 months! Enjoy!

  12. Lyndsey says

    Hi, I was wondering if this fudge could be frozen?

    Thank you!


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