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No-Oven Peanut Butter Squares

No-Oven Peanut Butter Squares recipe
photo by:kraft
Your turn to bring treats? We've got it from here. Each bar is a chunk of no-bake peanut-butter-and-chocolate paradise.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
1 hr 10 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
4/30/2008
I really like this one. The flavors are delicious. Its like little peanut butter cups. I think for a variation I will try rolling the peanut butter batter into small balls and dipping them like truffles. I also cut the pieces a little too big...be sure to go small (kind of like cutting fudge).
posted:
4/27/2008
this was so easy to make even my twin 3 year olds helped me make it! they couldn't get enough of it! i am definately going to make this again!!
posted:
4/18/2008
Taste's like Reese Peanut Butter Cups, AWESOME!! A new favorite for everyone!! Everytime I make these, someone asks for the recipe. I made them for my son's Christmas Bake Sale, they were a huge hit. I do have one TIP: score the chocolate while it's still soft/melted. It makes it much easier to cut these once they're completely cooled. If you don't you'll end up with jagged pieces.
posted:
4/11/2008
I love these my family loved these ones..I am going ot make them for this week end and I am going to make them in small cup cake liners..I find they can be hard to cut into squares so I want to try it that way. I hope it works out good.
posted:
3/23/2008
I love peanut butter and chocolate - my favorite combination so this was a no-brainer for me to make. I am NO chef - not in the very least and am always intimidated by any kind of recipes. But this was quick, easy and super delicious.
posted:
2/25/2008
My family and co-workers loved these! They were very easy to make, and tasted great. Instead of incresing the amount of butter, I used an extra 1/2 cup of graham cracker crumbs, and they held together fine. I will definately make these again.
posted:
2/19/2008
Taste is great and easy to make. Tastes like Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. Very rivh tho. Can't eat more than one.
posted:
2/12/2008
love these!!! My children loved them and so did my co-workers. These are def a keeper! And they are soooo easy to make. I even had someone who asked me to make them for there family and they will pay me $20. Yup making there batch tomorrow.
posted:
2/4/2008
So easy and delicious! If you want them thick and looking just like the picture, use an 8X8 pan. (I just love my silicone bakeware for this). That's what I used, but personally, these are really rich and I think next time I will use a 9X13 pan to thin them out a bit. I did use 1 1/2 sticks of butter like other people suggested to hold the pb mixture together better and it did work great. I would say these taste just like a reeses pb cup with a little hint of Butterfinger taste in it. YUM! Make sure you score it like the directions say also. These are perfect for a classroom snack (as long as there's no allergies!) Thanks for the recipe Kraft!
posted:
2/1/2008
My family really likes these. I prefer to use milk chocolate for the topping. I also add 3 tablespoons of milk to the powdered sugar before mixing with the other ingredients.
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