Rachel Burbank Recipe

Homemade Butterfinger

By Rachel Burbank rmburbank


I love butterfinger .. these look so good I just had to share


Recipe Rating:
 3 Ratings

Ingredients

1 lb
candy corn
16 oz
jar honey roasted peanut butter
16 oz
chocolate candy coating
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Directions Step-By-Step

1
Melt candy corn in microwave on high for 1 minute. Stir and continue cooking in 15 second intervals till melted, stirring at each interval. Stir in peanut butter and spread in an 8x8 pan lined with parchment paper. Cool completely and dip in melted chocolate.

About this Recipe

Other Tag: Quick & Easy
  • Comments

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    Sandy Mika mikasldy - Sep 13, 2012
    ARE THEY CRISP?
  • user
    Rachel Burbank rmburbank - Sep 13, 2012
    I'm not sure .. I have yet to try them .. just found them and they looked so good .. just had to share. :)
  • user
    Sandy Mika mikasldy - Sep 13, 2012
    ok , thanks. 8]
  • user
    Val Al NumNumQueen - Sep 15, 2012
    I just made a very small recipe of these (one third of the recipe) just to try them out. Though I did not cook the candy corn as long as I was supposed to (secondary to not paying close enough attention!), they turned out pretty good! I was actually surprised that they were a little bit crispy. I think that if the sugary candy corn was cooked longer it may be even more like the original candy. Thanks for posting this!
  • user
    Val Al NumNumQueen - Sep 15, 2012
    I just made a very small batch of these (one third of the recipe) just to try them out. Though I did not cook the candy corn as long as I was supposed to (secondary to not paying close enough attention!), they turned out pretty good! I was actually surprised that they were a little bit crispy. I think that if the sugary candy corn was cooked longer it may be even more like the original candy. Thanks for posting this!