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It has never been this easy to make a delish dessert!
I have always made this peanut and chocolate treat during the holidays, just like my mom did. It’s extremely easy to make and popular with everyone.
When you’re craving something sweet and salty nothing does the trick like this. I’ve even made it, cut it in very small cubes and put it in paper bags, then snuck it into the movie theater – no lie! It’s the absolute best and if you dump it in your popcorn bucket you’ll likely pass out from happiness, and then you may miss the movie so snack carefully my friends! While that was a bit overboard it’s true how addictive and satisfying this “krispy” treat is!
You’ll only need a handful of ingredients for this yummy dessert! Your friends and family will dig in and be more than impressed. Everyone thinks that candies are so difficult to make but truthfully they are not. Give it a try! It’ll be your go to snack forever.
This is the perfect thing to bring to a potluck or a picnic. While these are small bites, they pack plenty of energy so they are great for those moments when you need to rush out of the house, feeling hungry. Just grab a couple of these with you and you’re good to go!
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Quick Tip: You may have to have someone hide this from you – it’s that addictive.