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No-Oven Peanut Butter Squares

No-Oven Peanut Butter Squares recipe
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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:
9/28/2005
Very easy recipe. My husband loved them. Keep them in the refrigerator to keep them from getting mushy. Just like PB Cup.
posted:
9/28/2005
I used crunchy pnbutter and milk choc on top. Also, I made in a 9x9 pan to make thicker. I added a little more graham cracker crumbs and put a little less powder sugar. So easy and so good. I wrapped squares individual in saran wrap to share with friends.
posted:
9/28/2005
My mom made these when I was little. I found the recipe a few years ago and have been making them ever since. Every one that tries them asks for the recipe. They are addicting so be careful!!
posted:
9/28/2005
I've been making these treats for years. It is my "regular" when I bring dessert and they always disappear. My family fights for them and they don't take any time at all.
posted:
9/28/2005
This was so easy and very good! I made them for my son's birthday party. They were a great hit! Will definately make them again.
posted:
9/28/2005
This has been a Christmas favorite for years! My grown sons now make them for THEIR families. My entire family -sons, daugher, grandkids, daughters in law, son in law all expect these on the Christmas cookie trays- Definitely a family holiday cookie tradition.
posted:
9/28/2005
I made this recipe when I was young (er) and as I got older I could not remember the ingredients. This is perfect! Thanks!
posted:
9/28/2005
I have made this recipe for years! It was given to me in college. We call it Incredibles! Definitely use the chunky peanut butter. We use a food processor -- crumb the crackers, add the sugar (which I cut down to 1 1/2 c.), margarine and then peanut butter. Once it's all blended, dump into 13 x 9. Then melt the baker's chocolate (or chocolate chips) and spread. It's like a 13 x 9 peanut butter cup!
posted:
9/28/2005
I have looked all over for this receipe. My 5th grade teacher let us make something once a month and this was one of the things we made. Part of the lesson was having to write the receipe. The receipe was lost over the years and I haven't been able to find one that was the same as the one we made in her class until now...This is the best and so easy
posted:
9/27/2005
I have grown up on these bars. Both my mother and grandmother made these. I now make them for my family. My kids love them and my daughter has already asked me if I would give her the recipe when she grows up and moves out of the house.
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