This was a fun recipe that I first tried for my teen's birthday party and she and her friends inhaled it. She has braces and is not a big raisin fan, so I chopped the nuts and pretzels and left out the raisins. For a Thanksgiving gathering and a church potluck later on, I re-made the recipe, this time using left-over candy corn from Halloween, some of the pretzel sticks, and the melted butterscotch chips to design a turkey on top. Once I substituted walnuts for the peanuts and I found I preferred dark chocolate morsels to milk chocolate. All three times people have raved over this recipe and I found it hard to stay out of it! Just the right combination of chocolate sweetness and peanut buttery saltiness.
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This was a fun recipe that I first tried for my teen's birthday party and she and her friends...