I kind-of follow the same ingredients as this recipe, but I call them "buckeyes" and use the peanut butter on the bottom layer and the chocolate icing as the top layer, instead of mixing both ingredients together. I was taught the recipe in elementary school, where we could buy "extras" in the cafeteria at lunchtime. Whether you follow my method or the video's method, the two ingredient chocolate fudge recipe is delicious!
This is a $2.00 dessert! At the dollar store, buy icing for a buck and peanut butter for a buck. If you are like me and want to go all out, then buy 2 of each. Still at $4.00 total you cannot complain!
Kids of all ages love this. You would think that this would be a sickening sweet treat, but it really isn't. Each ingredient compliments each other.
I like to keep in the freezer. Let sit out for about 5 minutes and then take a piece. Then, place the rest back into the freezer again.
This recipe is addictive! I hope you like!