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Buckeye Bars

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The hardest part of this recipe is waiting for the bars to chill before enjoying the chocolate and peanut butter deliciousness.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
2 hr 15 min
servings
total:
25 servings
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posted:
12/15/2011
I did notice that the chocolate takes much longer to melt than the Cool Whip...so I removed the chocolate from the Cool Whip after the first minute because the Cool Whip was boiling. Then proceeded with the direction of mixing.
posted:
12/7/2011
These were very good, but not exactly the same as buckeyes. I will definately make them again, but won't call them buckeyes.
posted:
10/14/2011
This was wonderful, I have to double it every time I take it somewhere because there just isn't enough!!!
posted:
2/6/2011
VERY good and much easier then the original Buckeyes!
posted:
1/27/2011
these are outstanding
posted:
1/1/2011
This was a wonderful dessert that my whole family enjoyed. It is very rich and creamy, but very easy to make!
posted:
12/28/2010
They were very tasty, but I could not get the chocolate/cool whip mixture correct. I think they would be better if the chocolate topping was harder.
posted:
12/21/2010
Very good! Next time I will cut back on the powedered sugar a bit and add another square or two of the bakers chocolate to the cool whip, but will definitely make this again!
posted:
12/10/2010
I am a true buckeye ball lover and this is nothing near what I am used to. It's very soft/mushy. The chocolate topping is not right (almost like pudding). I was not impressed and won't make them again. I will however use my normal buckeye ball recipe and put it in a square pan and make the chocolate "dip" and just pour it on top. I'm sure that will be awesome!
posted:
12/10/2010
These are pretty similar in taste to traditional Buckeyes. I used creamy peanut butter. Next time I am going to use white chocolate in the topping, as we prefer our Buckeyes dipped in white chocolate normally
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