I have wanted to make this for a while now and finally did. It does take some time but the results are worth it! I did what others have mentioned and put down parchment paper in the pan just lift it up and peel off very easily. I highly recommend doing it this way or else it may be a bit hard once it comes time to cutting and getting the candies out. Make sure you put in frig to set before each layer. It tasted much better than a snickers and i couldnt believe i actually made them. I would suggest that once the last layer of chocolate is on and is partially set (not soupy but before it gets hard) that you start to cut your pieces in the pan this way the chocolate wont crack once set when you cut it. You can then go back later and recut and it will be very simple to get out. I put mine in a small 8 X 8 pan and at first didnt look like it would be much but after cutting out a bunch of 2 inch pieces i realized it could be cut even more into about 1 inch pieces, i then put it on a decorative wrapper. It really is a filling candy. All in all it made alot and im glad i didnt double the recipe. I had put in only a cup of peanuts but will use the suggested 1 1/2 cups next time. Now i wish i only had company over or somewhere to bring these as they are very impressive. I will definitely put this on my list of things to make during each holiday.
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I have wanted to make this for a while now and finally did. It does take some time but the...