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The first time I tasted Peanut Butter Crunch I fell in love. How can something so delicious be so easy? Who came up with this deliciously crunchy, delightful concoction?
Whoever it was, I am forever indebted to them because this desert is pure heaven. I’m not exaggerating. The texture is crunchy but also chewy and the Karo gives it an extra sweet touch. It’s perfect.
Photo and recipe credit of Food.com.
Quick Tip: These can be pressed into a buttered pan or dropped onto wax paper.