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Peanut Butter White Chocolate Candy
So very easy and NO BAKE!!!
2 cups Rice Krispies
2 cups Peanuts (dry Roasted)
2 cups Marshmallows
1 cup Peanut Butter (creamy)
2 (12 ounce packages) White Chocolate Chips plus, 1 cup
1. Combine Rice Krispies, Peanuts and Marshmallows in a LARGE bowl.
2. In a microwave-safe bowl melt peanut butter and white chocolate chips for 1 minutes…and then for 2o to 30 seconds, stirring after until melted.
3. Add Peanut butter mixture into dry mixture.
4. Drop by 1/4 cup onto wax paper. Let set until firm. Usually 2 to 3 hours. Store in an airtight container.
Note: You can also use the colored marshmallows.
Mummy Candy Bar Treats
White Crepe Paper (I found mine at the dollar tree. I paid $1.00 for 2 rolls of it)
Black scrapbook paper or construction paper
Glue (stick or squeeze bottle-I actually used both)
Googlie Eyes ( I bought mine at the dollar tree for a $1.00. It has 125 Googlie eyes. It was the LAST package left. )
Full Size Hershey Chocolate Bar
This is VERY simple to do! Perfect craft for having those kiddo’s help!
Cut out a black square piece. This does not have to be perfect and glue 2 google eyes to it. Then glue it onto the candy bar.
Starting at the bottom on the front of the candy bar. Glue down a piece of the crepe paper and hold it secure. Then start wrapping your candy bar to form your *mummy*.
My crepe paper was a little to wide for my liking. So as I went around the candy bar, I folded it in half and it worked perfectly. When finish tear off the crepe paper from the back of the Candy bar and glue in place!
I am going to be making up about 16 of these. I am going to give some to the kids that ride the bus with my boys at the bus stop. I might even make some for my kids teachers. This took me less than 5 minutes to make.
I found this idea from The Idea Room.
~Enjoy, and have a Spooktacular Halloween!~
Fancy Peanut Butter Balls
My whole family loves these. I really think I should make them more often. I know my family would love that. Not to mention, my husband’s co-workers!
2 cups peanut butter (chunky or smooth–I prefer to use either all smooth or 1 cup chunky and 1 cup smooth)
1/2 cup butter-softened
3 cups confectioners/powdered sugar
1 tsp vanilla
3 cups Rice Krispie Cereal
1/4 bar pure paraffin wax
3 cups of Chocolate chips
Mix peanut butter, butter vanilla and powdered sugar, add cereal mixing well until well combined.
Form dough into 1″ balls (I use a cookie baller to make uniform shapes) and place them on a cookie sheet covered with wax paper. Chill for 20 minutes in the fridge or pop them in the freezer for 10 minutes.
In a double boiler or microwave melt 1/4 bar of pure paraffin (yes, wax, I know it’s weird but that’s what you do!!) with 3 cups of chocolate chips.
While I am working on forming the ‘balls’ I always store them in the fridge until I am ready to dip them in the chocolate.
You can use any dipping chocolate. I like to melt some white chocolate and drizzle over the top.
Using fork or slotted spoon, dip the peanut butter balls into the chocolate and place on wax paper. Chill until set.
I make these at Christmas time but they are good anytime of the year. My family LOVES them.
This Recipe is linked to the following:
The “BEST” Creamy Peanut Butter Fudge!
- 4 cups sugar
- dash of salt
- 12 oz. can evaporated milk (1 1/2 cups)
- 10 oz. to 13 oz. of marshmallow creme
- 28 oz. jar creamy peanut butter
1. Line a 9×13 inch pan with wax paper. Set aside.
2. Combine sugar and evaporated milk (DO NOT USE CONDENSED MILK) and a dash of salt and stir until combine.
3. Over medium heat bring to a boil, stirring constantly. One it gets to a rapid boil. Reduce the heat to low and continue stirring over low for 7 minutes.
4. Remove from heat and add 28 ounce jar of creamy peanut butter. Stirring until combine. This will start getting thick pretty quickly.
5. Add 13 to 15 ounces of Marshmallow Creme. Combine to well blended. Again, it will get thick quick….
6. Pour into the prepared pan. For this fudge if I have time I let it set at room temp. If not, you can refrigerate it. Let the fudge cool and cut into cubes.
This fudge is nice, chewy, fudgy and creaming!
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