Recipe by annnn
"A deceptively easy, very tasty candy. Make them into bars or you can use petit fours cups, placed in a miniature muffin tin. Pour the mixture into the cups, then drizzle a little melted milk or dark chocolate on top for decoration. This method will give you about 50 cups -- plenty to share!!"
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white chocolate, chopped
semisweet chocolate chips
crunchy peanut butter
crispy rice cereal
Awesome & easy for moms w/babies; I've made it every year for Christmas for 4 years. Word to the wise: Pipe it into mini paper cups so you don't have to cut this stuff. It's pretty hard to cut into nice little pieces.
Extremely easy. However, the flavor was just average, and it did not cut uniformly into squares - pieces splintered into jagged pieces. Will not make again.
This was one of the best and easiest desserts I have ever made!!!! I cannot belive how easy and super fast it was to make! It was absolutely great! I made it for Christmas and everyone said they loved it!! People couldn't stop eating it! I am going to make a double batch next time because I only had a couple pieces left over.
Absolutely simple recipe... They were wonderful! I added milk choc chips and about twice as much rice krispies! Great way to fool people by how good yet simple these are.
My husband is a big peanut butter and chocolate fan, so he flipped over this recipe. Better yet, everyone who tried it thought I'd spent all day in my kitchen making fudge... I refused to tell them I'd really only spent a few minutes melting chocolate chips in my microwave. This is VERY rich, so cut into small pieces and arrange on a pretty candy tray.
I made this in a cooking competition and it won a rosette in the candy division. I personally thought it lacked a little something, but it was very pretty cut up into shapes with mini cookie cutters, and drizzled with melted chocolate over the top.
Great recipe. I made this for our superbowl party, but we started snacking on it before the party even started. Peanut butter & chocolate is one of our favorites. Very easy to make.
OH MY GOD! Yummy! It's the Crunch bar I never had as a child. I was able to use butter instead of the wax paper and the candy still turned out fine.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 151
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