If you haven’t made this Peanut Butter Honey Fudge…you are missing out on one of the easiest treats ever! For a little variation this time, I decided to roll some of the squares into balls.
It may be fun to roll these balls in coconut flakes too!
Okay…Peanut Butter Honey Fudge – you have to try it! Three ingredients, that’s it! Peanut butter, honey and chocolate chips. Find the recipe here!
Tiffany (As For My House) says
This is just want I needed for today… Thanks so much! :)
I have only found you recently, so didn’t see the Peanut Butter Honey fudge when it was originally posted. Reminders like this are a blessing!
That looks really good! You have given me so many ideas!
Dee Jarvis says
oh yes, this calls my name!
Courtney Wagner says
Oh my! These look GOOD! We have been making your mudballs fequently lately and LOVING them! We’ll have to give these a go.
Laura, I was trying to be good. You know, that “I’m pregnant and want to eat everything in sight to start with anyway” mentality. I wasn’t going to make sweets. But this…..those fudge balls……are literally BEGGING me to make them. Right. Now. Thanks. LOL!
Sarah DJ says
Mmmm, yummy and simple!
OH wow.. .might have to make this one this afternoon!!
Can I just tell you how much I’m enjoying that you are making gluten-free foods? Sorry for your new struggles but happy for me to get all these great ideas from you! Thanks!!!
These are fabulous, and so easy! I make them at holidays so I have yummy dairy-free treats! I have rolled them in shredded coconut and they are great that way!!
These look so good!
Priscilla F. says
I’f my 2 1/2 yr old saw this posting, he’d say hmmm hmmm :)
I bet I could make this with sunbutter-yum! By the way, I make my own, you just have to add fat. I use coconut oil and olive oil.
I just made that the other day! I cut the fudge into tootsie roll sized pieces, wrapped them in 3″ parchment squares and twisted the ends shut. The kiddos loved it and didn’t eat as much at a time. :)
Meredith McG says
what a fun idea ! :)
Emily Woodall says
Oh, my…peanut butter and chocolate…a match made in HEAVEN! We had your breakfast cake this morning…so good! I have been searching your site for all the ‘soaked’ treats I can find. We are not really gluten-free around here, but we are trying to only eat properly prepared grains, when we eat them. I just wish I knew how to soak your snickerdoodles or your vanilla wafers! :)
Ooooh this looks like something the whole family will love and the kids will especially enjoy helping make. Thank you!
Those sound yummy…especially for my peanut butter & chocolate loving husband! Thanks. :)
These look great. Will have to try them soon!
I love any kind of truffles and these look like a truffle to me…I’m not a huge peanut butter fan, but my husband would LOVE this flavor for sure. Funny note, I call my baby Peanut (9 months old) and during her pregnancy I like peanut butter more than usual, funny, huh?
My husband would love these – if only he wasn’t allergic to peanuts, and anything else you can make a “butter” out of. :(
Looks so yummy and so easy!
This looks SOOO good! I’m definitely going to have to make this! I’m loving how easy it looks too!
Yum! I am going to make these as soon as the kids go down for naps today.
Beth @ Living Simply says
These would be DANGEROUS around my house — too good to pass up!
We make something similar. We love simple guilt-free indulgences.
Cammie M says
Mmmmm, anything combining PB and chocolate is a winner in my book! Since I went GF, I’ve been having cut up banana drizzled with PB and sprinkled with choco chips and/or coconut for an occasional snack. This little concoction has kept me from ‘falling off the wagon’ when the hubby was sitting next to me enjoying chocolate chip cookies =P.
I’m thinking these would be great rolled into Easter egg shapes. Thanks Laura!
Holly in Virginia says
Ooh, I’m thinking dessert tonight! thanks!
Jessica K. says
ohhh yum!!! can’t go wrong with those ingredients.
My boys would love it if I made these!
Joanna S. says
There has GOT to be a reason I need to make these tonight….um….happy Wednesday? :)
Sara B says
I need to make that soon! Thanks!
Rhonda Lake says
The simpler the better! :)
I may make these soon. Thanks.
Susan H says
We only eat “sugar” desserts on Saturday, but I don’t see any “sugar” in these… I think I may try these NOW!
Yummy, yummy. What could be better than peanut butter, chocolate, AND honey all together?
I am going to try making this tonight.
When you said it was a parade of recipes, you weren’t kidding! Yummy!
i’m thinking those need dipped in chocolate.
oooh, my weakness –chocolate! J will absolutely love these and i will have to make them tomorrow!
Yummy! Definitely roll in coconut!!!! Or chopped peanuts, or cocoa powder! Oooooo, or sprinkle a “pinch” of coarse sea salt on top for a gourmet twist. Don’t knock it ’til you try it. That little bit of salt can make the flavor explode!!! :-)
think i might try it
Marie H says
Oh I am making these soon. I loved the idea of shaping them like Easter eggs!
Those look really good. I’m going to have to try making my own chocolate chips.
Great timing! I needed something easy to make for my ladies Bible study tomorrow and this looks great!
Yum. love the idea, especially the coconut flakes!
Cathy B. says
A tasty treat that only takes 3 ingredients? Wow! That’s a must-try, for sure. Thanks for sharing!
HI Laura, Just fyi- Azure Standard has coconut flour. They have a few different brands… you can search it on their website.
God Bless you,
Charlotte Moore says
My hubby would love this I am sure. He loves chocolate!
You’re killing me! My eyes have gained 30lbs just looking at this stuff. I’m sure they’re delicious so I’ll have to try them.
We’ve made this fudge & it is fabulous! Thank you for offering healthier alternatives to the “traditional” sweet treat!
yum these look great.
Susan Alexander says
Do you think you could sub maple syrup for the honey? I’ve recently found out I’m allergic. :(
Yes, I think this should work!
Yeah for allergen-free alternatives. LOVE sunbutter.
I love how easy these are!!
RaShell S says
Printed out the recipe and left it on the counter. I see some of these in my near future! Thank you!
Yum, these look so good! I wonder if they would work with SunButter?? My girls can’t have peanuts.
Yes, I’ve made these with sunbutter before and it works great!
Mmm… looks good!
Amanda Y. says
I’m so excited to try them!
Julia H says
These make my mouth water just looking at them. :) YUM!
Michelle B. says
I bet those would be great with coconut flakes on them, or maybe even chopped nuts.
Oh my these look great! How long do they keep? I was thinking of making a big batch for the town picnic in a few weeks. Thank you!
Okay, these look too yummy! We would eat them too fast, I’m afraid. Do you think they would freeze well?
Any combination of peanut butter and chocolate is amazing in my opinion!
These look so good, thanks for sharing!
So I’m thinking about making this, but I don’t have chocolate chips. I’m thinking of halving this recipe (https://www.heavenlyhomemakers.com/making-homemade-chocolate-chips-in-detail) and using in place. Hmmm :)
Yes, I think that will be great!
We’ve taken peanut butter out of our diet… will almond or other butter work as well?
Yep, those will work!