Recipe by Abbie
"A really quick and simple candy recipe. My pre-schoolers make this recipe during circle time. They love it!"
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1 1/4 cups
1 1/4 cups
This is very close to what my mother made for me as a child. She'd melt butter and mix with powder sugar to make a dough. Then she'd kinda mash/roll it out and spread peanut butter on it and roll it up like a log. Then she'd slice, refrigerate and YUMMY candy is eaten! I will definitely try this recipe, as it is similar but maybe not quite as messy.
It was ok but I dont care for it.I would not recomend it to any one. But it looked good. I would rate this recipe one star.Jordan 4th grade
This is a fine, easy candy. I like it when I need to make something quickly but don't have time to go to the grocery (these are cupboard staples for me) or make it.
Additions I've made include using crunch peanut butter, rolling or mixing in mini M&Ms, rolling in chopped milk and/or white chocolate chips, etc.
I learned this when I was in 1st grade..........many years ago. I still love these to this day. Now my kids love them
These have a good flavor and are a bit chewy. They are tastier than the peanut butter balls with just milk powder and honey, which I do not like. I had to come back today and change my rating from a 3 to a 4 because after sitting in the fridge all night, I kept going back to get another one. They are a bit oily on your fingers and don't keep their round ball shape and really stick to the plate, so not the best for taking somewhere or gift giving. But I will make again for a quick snack when I need something sweet/chewy. I want to use crunchy peanut butter or add nuts next time!
I am going to make these like little pumpkins (adding orange paste color), imprint some grooves on the outside and put a chocolate chip on top for a stem.
This is a great recipe to make with a young child or for peanut butter lovers of any age. They taste great! They remind me of peanut butter cookie dough...yum. There is a lot of room for variation to this recipe too...like adding chocolate.
They were good, but extremely messy to make with my 12 and 3 year old girls!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Peanut Butter Candy
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 49
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