There are only 3 ingredients you need...and one of them isn't an ingredient.
1. Creamy Peanut Butter
2. White Chocolate Chips
3. Mini Muffin Papers
I went through about 200 mini muffin cups, 5 bags of white chocolate chips, and one large Jif Creamy Peanut Butter from Sam's Club. I don't measure the peanut butter when I make the fudge, but my rule of thumb is that the peanut butter needs to take on the whiter color of the chocolate chips. If there is not enough white chocolate your fudge won't harden and will be a soft mess!
To make the fudge you will need your stove, a double broiler or two pots inside of each other like I used, a spoon and spatula, large pans or trays.
Step 1: Once you have two pots stacked within each other and water warming in the bottom pan, add your white chocolate chips to the top pot. Take care NOT to allow the water below to leak into the top pot or start boiling and spray in. Water and melted chocolate do not mix well and will likely ruin the entire batch.
Step 5. Since it is very cold out, I put my trays of poured fudge out in my garage and they were set up within an hour. This is so much faster than when you pour a large slab of fudge and wait for it to set because it doesn't hold in heat easily.
Step 6: Enjoy your portioned fudge pieces! This presentation eliminates the need for messy cutting and is easily bundled with other treats.