Yesterday was Trivia Wednesday and I needed to bring a winner because I skipped making a dessert last week. I decided to try these No Bake Reese's Fudge Bars. They looked simple and didn't involve heating up the kitchen with the oven. I started by lining a 9x9 pan with aluminum foil and sprayed it with cooking spray. Next, I unwrapped and lined up 16 regular sized Reese's cups in my pan. I heated up a medium pot with a can of sweetened condensed milk (I used fat free to be slightly healthy) and 3 cups of chocolate chips (I used semi sweet). I stirred that over low heat until it was completely melted. I spread the chocolate mixture over the Reese's cups and sprinkled with 6 chopped up Reese's cups. I let it set a little bit on the counter, but it was pretty hot here yesterday, so I put it in the fridge for several hours. Right before it was time to leave for triva, I pulled out the fudge and cut it into pieces. I immediately started serving to all my friends at trivia because it was going to melt fast on the patio. We didn't win last night, but this recipe was a winner. It was rich, fudgey and peanut buttery. It was a big hit and while it might work better served in cooler temperatures, it was a delightful treat anyways. I was drinking hefeweizen last night, but this fudge would have paired great with a porter, brown, or stout. This is definitely one I will make again, but probably not for another 95+ degree day!