Mon Nov 20th

National Peanut Butter Fudge Day

On November 20th, peanut butter lovers and fudge lovers come together to celebrate National Peanut Butter Fudge Day.

People from around the country commemorated National Fudge Day on June 16th. The celebrations continue, whether you're adding creamy or crunchy peanut butter. They will be able to enjoy peanut butter as the show's fudge flavor and star.

Fudge is believed to have originated in the United States, perhaps by a happy chance. Emelyn Bettersby Hartridge's letter was discovered in 1886. Ms. Hartridge attended Vassar College as a student in Poughkeepsie, New York, and the letter related to a fudge her cousin made. The fudge was selling for 40 cents per pound by her cousin, who lived in Baltimore Maryland. Ms. Hartridge obtained the recipe, and in 1888, she made 30 pounds of fudge for the Vassar College Senior Auction.

Some shops on Mackinac Island, Michigan, began to produce fudge similar to that of the Vassar College fudge and sold it to summer vacationers. In some of the original shops there today, Fudge is still made.

National Nutty Fudge Day on May 12th and National Penuche Fudge Day on July 22nd are two other fudge holidays on the calendar.

How to celebrate #peanutbutterfudgeday

Peanut butter fudge adds a rich flavor to many desserts. Add it to ice cream, pies, and other candies. Of course, eating peanut butter fudge on its own is perfectly fine, too. Stop by your favorite candy store or make your own. Try these out if you need a recipe. No matter how you choose to celebrate, be sure to invite someone to join you. No celebration is complete without you having someone to join you!

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To post on social media, use the hashtag #PeanutButterFudgeDay.

Fudge FAQ

Q. My fudge isn't setting. What did I do wrong? What did I do wrong?

A. Every fudge recipe calls for the sweet, sugary mixture to be melted and heated. It's also known as the soft ball stage for candy making, so heating the mixture to between 234 and 241F is vital. This problem can be solved by a candy thermometer.

Is fudge something a beginner can make?

A. Yes. Yes. Fudge does not need fancy equipment, so it does not need fancy equipment. It does, however, require a little patience. Make one of the many microwave fudge recipes first, since they are simple to follow.

Q. How can I pack fudge for gifts?

A. Who wouldn't want to get homemade fudge as a gift? Here are some of the most popular and festive ways to package fudge as a gift.

  • Decorate a brown paper bag with stickers, stamps, a sweet note, or freehand drawings. Wrap the fudge in wax paper and place inside to wrap it tightly. Write the recipe on a card. Punch a hole in the card and the paper bag, and punch a hole in the card and the paper bag. Attach the card through the holes and tie it with a bow by using a colorful ribbon
  • Place several small pieces in a cellophane bag, tied with ribbon, and tie with ribbon. Set the box in a coffee mug
  • Make a cone from heavy wrapping paper or cardstock. Use tape to secure the edges. Wrapped fudge and other treats are included in the cone