Layered Peanut Butter Cup Fudge

Layered Peanut Butter Cup Fudge

We present a wonderful creation from the amazing Dr. Sara Solomon – Layered Peanut Butter Cup Fudge!

Layered Peanut Butter Cup Fudge The following is copied verbatim from her blog:

Due to the immense popularity of my Gaspari Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Protein Fudge, I decided to whip up another protein fudge recipe. And this one is EVEN BETTER!

Presenting Layered Peanut Butter Cup Fudge, made with my 2 favourite products from, the world’s #1 Sports Nutrition E-Retailer:


This fudge is no-bake, low carb, virtually sugar-free and high in protein.

Here’s what you need:

PB cup layer fudge ingredients

Chocolate Layer:

Place the following into a Magic Bullet (or a food processor) and blend

Line a square or rectangular glass dish (a tupperware container will work too) with plastic wrap (see my photo above). This makes it easy to remove the fudge from the dish for cutting.

Place the mixture evenly into the dish and then place it into the freezer for 5 minutes while you prepare the PB cup cookie dough layer

PB Cup Cookie Dough Layer:

Place the following into a clean Magic Bullet (or a food processor) and blend

Cut 1 Quest Protein Peanut Butter Cup (available at, the world’s #1 Sports Nutrition E-Retailer!) into small pieces.

Remove the chocolate fudge from the freezer. Spread your PB Cookie Dough Layer on top of the chocolate fudge layer.

Place the cut PB cup pieces into the top layer of fudge.

To set the fudge, place the dish into the fridge for a few hours (or into the freezer for 15 minutes if you are impatient like I am!).

Cut the fudge into ~12 cubes and serve. Store these in the fridge!

See!!! Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Myofusion is so good, it even gets autographed at the Arnold Sports Festival! Here I am at the booth with a photo with a fan of my Gaspari Recipes. He was a riot!

Nutritional Info:

I cut my fudge into 12 pieces. So for 1 piece (1/12 of the recipe), the nutritional info is as follows:

calories: 61, fat: 4.2 g, saturated fat: 3.1g, cholesterol: 6.5 mg, sodium: 45.5mg, carbohydrates: 2.4g, fiber: 1.3 g, NET carbs: 1.1g, sugars: 0.5g, protein 4.3g

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