Ok, so this really isn't fudge, but it IS a fudge-pudding hybrid. And it's delicious. This dessert is right up there in my top five all-time favorite desserts, and it's so easy to make that I want to make it nearly every day, which is bad. It's so decadent, we usually end up in chocolate-comas shortly after consuming, or at least I do, because I never know when to say 'when.'
C started making this a few years ago, shortly after we moved to Kansas City. I remember coming home from a long day of work, and he had a delicious dinner waiting for me (this was the first time this happened; I believe I got a little teary-eyed). At the end of the meal he produced this, and I fell in love with him all over again. Clearly dessert is one of the fastest ways to my heart.
All it is is chocolate chips, peanut butter, soy milk and sometimes sugar stirred in a pot on the stove until it's all melted together. That's it. You can adjust the amounts of any of them depending on how you're feeling that day, and whether you want it to be thick and fudge-like versus more dippable; we usually go the fudge route. It's nothing fancy, but it's damn delicious. And it's the perfect night-cap (along with Bananagrams) to a long dreary day.