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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.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
1 hr 10 min
servings
total:
3-1/2 doz. or 21 servings, 2 haystacks each
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posted:
11/17/2010
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?
posted:
9/17/2010
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
posted:
9/14/2010
I make these every year at Christmas. I use potato sticks instead of chinese noodles they are saltier. My family and friends love them!
posted:
9/8/2010
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!
posted:
6/23/2010
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.
posted:
12/23/2009
Also made another batch with butterscotch and peanut butter for a non-chocolate eating family member and it too turned out awesome!
posted:
8/26/2009
old time favorite
posted:
6/22/2009
Delicious - very sweet! I brought some to work and people loved them!
posted:
2/17/2009
These are really sweet, but really good.
posted:
1/31/2009
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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