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Peanut Butter Mallow Candy

Peanut Butter Mallow Candy

"My children loved these treats when they were growing up. I still like to make them since they're so easy."
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Ingredients

10 m servings
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  1. In a microwave or double boiler, heat chips, butter and peanut butter until melted. Add remaining ingredients and mix well. Spread into a lightly greased 15-in. x 10-in. x 1-in. baking pan. Refrigerate until firm. Cut into squares.

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Be careful, these are very addictive. I like to use one bag each of either semi sweet OR dark chocolate chips and a bag of the Reese's chips. My family absolutely loves these. You can also make...

Most helpful critical review

We found this candy to have too many marshmallows, so we didn't like the texture. We had rather have the butterscotch haystacks.

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Be careful, these are very addictive. I like to use one bag each of either semi sweet OR dark chocolate chips and a bag of the Reese's chips. My family absolutely loves these. You can also make...

Made this for RECIPE GROUP. This is so easy and delicious! One shortcut I recommend is using crunchy peanut butter and omitting the chopped peanuts. If using your microwave to melt the first few...

I made this for Recipe Group. I thought it was good, but Hubs really loved it. I made a half batch using an 11x7” baking dish that I lined with non-stick foil, so there was no need to grease m...

Made for Recipe Group. Easy to make, I used crunchy pb, but it could have used more. Used slightly less marshmallows. Was really creamy and sweet. Would like to try this with chocolate! Thanks R...

more than 5 stars. If u intend on giving this as gifts, I suggest you get it out the door ASAP; otherwise you will be the receiver of the intended--it is just that good. creamy, mallow, a synch ...

Recipe Group Selection: 10, December '11 I made this as one of the candy selections for a cookie/candy exchange. I think everyone will be pleased with the taste of this. I used all buttersco...

Yum, Yum! I made these to use up some chocolate marshmallows, so I used choco chips. They are great and extremely simple! Thanks for a delicious treat recipe. :)

We found this candy to have too many marshmallows, so we didn't like the texture. We had rather have the butterscotch haystacks.

I really like the idea of these but the coconut just doesn't seem to belong. I added extra peanuts. Next time I will omit the coconut, add twice the peanuts and maybe 1 cup of reeses pieces. ...

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