Hay Stacks

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Jo Dieterich


I have this recipes for 25+ years. It is so easy. It is great for the Holidays. Special with children. Many people are not a fan of butterscotch they will when that taste these little honeys.This is one recipe I am ask for many times.


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10 Min
5 Min


How to Make Hay Stacks


  1. In a microwave melt your butterscotch and peanut butter togother
  2. Lay you some wax paper down
  3. Large Bowel pour your shoe strings potato chips in than add your Butterscotch mix over mix well
  4. Stir in your pecans
  5. Take a Table spoon and spoon out on the wax paper. They will harden about 20 minutes.

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About Hay Stacks

Course/Dish: Candies Chocolate
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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