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Bull's Eye

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  • Mix margarine, cereal, peanut butter and sugar together. Roll into balls --not too big, not too small - if ingredients is dry, add a little more margarine.
  • Melt the wax, chocolate bar & chocolate chips. Keep stirring the chocolate or it will stick or get too thick.
  • Using a toothpick, dip each ball half way into the chocolate. Let it cool on wax paper. Then freeze them in a freezer safe Tupperware.

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You better off keeping the balls in the freezer. It tastes a lot better in the freezer than the refrigerator or keeping it out. When it's out too long the balls get too soft & chocolate melts, and it won't taste right. Every time you finish eating some of the balls, always keep it in the freezer. You could also use some crunchy peanut butter, but use 1/2 creamy peanut butter and 1/2 crunchy peanut butter. If still gets a little dry you could add little more margarine & plain peanut butter. You could make up to 30 bull's eye, depending on the size you make the balls, or how much you want to make. When you dip the balls in the chocolate, use a toothpick. This way you won't burn your fingers. Enjoy the fun of making it and eating it.

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