Peanut Butter Fudge

2017/07/18 Posted by

If you are a peanut butter lover, chances are you will love peanut butter fudge even more. Just imagine the rich and creamy taste that will fill your palate with every bite of this heavenly food. Peanut butter fudge is every sweet tooth’s dream come true. It gives your mouth a wonderful mixture of tastes that will surely satiate your buds. But how is peanut butter fudge made? And who was the genius who first made this delectable recipe? For many years before the scientific discovery of the many and good nutritional values of peanut butter, many diet-conscious people treated and considered peanut butter as a forbidden food for them. Savvy dieter shuddered at the sight of peanut butter in their tables. Most dieters believed that peanut butter is not part of their healthy diet as it has relatively high fat content. But with scientific studies, professional testimonies and approved health benefits of peanut butter to one’s body, peanut butter is now considered a healthy food. People on diet can now infuse peanut butter into their healthful menu. Fudge is a type of confectionery made by mixing sugar, butter, and milk with a preferred flavor like chocolate, vanilla, or maple. Boiling these ingredients produce a toffee-like sweet concoction that has a flavor so divine it was alternatively called divinity fudge. Fudge is commonly identified with chocolate. Early recipes in America mostly showed that fudge was made with chocolate mixture. It has been said that recipes are not just “invented,” they evolve. Evidence of this is shown in copies of chocolate caramel formulas that date back to the 1880s. Early recipes of fudge are quite similar to chocolate caramel mixtures. It has never been exactly clear when peanut butter fudge was first created. It is believed to have come from experiments with peanut butter. Brilliant innovations in the kitchen produced the peanut butter fudge that many people love today. According to studies, a person on diet can still eat peanut butter or the better-tasting peanut butter fudge without feeling diet-guilty. Eating not more than 6 tablespoons of peanut butter a day or consuming peanut butter fudge with less than 2,200 total calories a day can be a healthy habit to make you lose half a pound each day. Remember that a single peanut butter serving is equivalent to two tablespoons, and an ounce of peanuts is equal to one serving. With this information, anyone on a diet can still have lose weight even if he or she on a peanut butter and peanut butter fudge diet. Research and studies conducted by Pennsylvania State University found that women, men, and children who consumed a daily dose of peanut butter or peanuts were able to meet the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for nutrients and vitamins than who did not eat peanut butter or peanut . This therefore gives as a license to indulge in peanut butter or peanut butter fudge but not to overindulge it. Too much of everything can bring danger to one’s health.

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