Potato Candy

Potato Candy Recipe

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Nancy Lewis


Every year at Christmas my mom would make this wonderful candy. Now I am making it for my family and friends. Mom is still making it and mailing it out to her brother; other relatives stop by just to get some potato candy. Hope you enjoy!


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30 Min
10 Min
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1 medium
white potato peeled
1 jar(s)
peanut butter; creamy or chrunchy
2 lb
powdered sugar
1/2 tsp
vanilla extract

How to Make Potato Candy


  • 1Peel, dice and boil the medium white potato. Drain and completely cool. Mash the potato until there are no "chunks". Place in mixing bowl. Add vanilla and gradually add powdered sugar while using mixer. Once the dough is stiff remove and roll out on a powdered sugar surface. The dough will be stiff and hard to roll; I roll mine out thin. I use wax paper/parchment paper under the dough.
  • 2Spread peanut butter evenly over the dough. I usually use a little over a half of a jar. Roll up the dough "like a pin wheel". I usually get 2-3 rolls out of one recipe. Then slice and place on wax paper; refrigerate and enjoy!

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About Potato Candy

Course/Dish: Candies
Main Ingredient: Vegetable
Regional Style: American

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