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post #16 of 18
No offense ladies, but as a die hard BUCKEYE - it seems wrong to add anything the peanut butter icon_surprised.gif

I am sure everything is good but only the original recipe allowed in this house.

In fact if I can drag my sorry but off the couch right now, I am getting ready to make some now.

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post #17 of 18
The file I have that says treats has a few recipes for the p.b balls I believe!
You can keep them almost 4ever in tupperware in the freezer if they last that long !! I make them every yr and always have to make at least 3-4 batches as they keep getting eaten as I make them LOL!
post #18 of 18
I love these things and my children will push you out of the way to get them. I make them every Christmas for sure.

Growing up in Lorain, Ohio we did call them buckeyes, I live here in Kentucky for over 31 years...not till I came here did I here them called peanut butter balls.

I use one bag of PS
1 cup of peanut butter
melted butter
1 bag of 12oz. Chirardelli milk chot and semi-sweet chot chips, I dip some milk and some semi-sweet.
And about a 1/2 block of shaved paraffin wax (depends on how thin I want the chot.)

A friend of mine, makes this way, but will also do them with the peanut butter chips and butterscotch chips. They all taste great!

God Bless & Happy Holidays,
Sharon
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My grand babies are the fruits in my pie, the sugar in my candy, the sweetness in my cake, the flavor in my icing, the royal on my cookies, the decoration in my design and the oven in my life that melts my heart.
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