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Chocolate Haystacks

Chocolate Haystacks recipe
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Five ingredients come together in 10 minutes to create a fun, sweet-and-savory, rich-and-crunchy treat that's a holiday favorite.
10 min
1 hr 10 min
3-1/2 doz. or 21 servings, 2 haystacks each
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Maybe I did this wrong, but these did not come out very well. It seemed like there was not enough chocolate to cover all the other ingrediants. Maybe I don't understand "4" squares of chocolate. I used 4 squares out of the package of 8. should I have used the entire package?
I was very disappointed with the directions....they said to melt the chocolate squares & butterscotch chips on "HIGH" for 2-3 min., stirring after 1 & 1/2 min......BAD news.....the chocolate/butterscotch 'coagulated'(?)in a near solid 'clump' rather than melting slowly into a 'liquidy' consistency....(I later read the tiny directions on the butterscotch chips bag that said to "ONLY melt on 'MEDIUM-HIGH', and then after a short time to check, stir, etc. and continue in short spurts on the lower temp". By following your directions the resulting chocolate mixture was very 'grainy' & 'glumped' so that mixing it all together was a total mess with uncovered marshmallows, noodles, etc....didn't look at all appealing but I made up the 'haystacks' anyway and chilled since I didn't wish to waste the expensive ingredients nor had time to return to the store for more! NEXT TIME, I will be certain to SLOWLY melt the concoction at a MUCH LOWER temp & stir frequently and much sooner. The individual i
I make these every year at Christmas. I use potato sticks instead of chinese noodles they are saltier. My family and friends love them!
This is one of my favorite recipes. They are so simple to make and everybody loves them! I use cashews around the holidays to make them a bit more special and you can sprinkle them with colored candies to make them more festive. Kids love them too!
I made a version of this and it was also really good. I used choc chips and butterscotch chips without the peanuts. Everyone at the party loved them. So easy too.
Also made another batch with butterscotch and peanut butter for a non-chocolate eating family member and it too turned out awesome!
old time favorite
Delicious - very sweet! I brought some to work and people loved them!
These are really sweet, but really good.
Made this recipe last weekend for a get-together. It was a hit! SO easy and SO delicious. Will make again and again!!!
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