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So, I’m in no way shape or form an OSU fan, more of an UofM fan, actually. However, I will slightly cross those team lines to get one of these buckeyes. Folks, they are THAT good. I don’t know which is better the fudge or the peanut butter but one thing is for sure and that is these little balls of sugary delight sure are good! Who would have ever known that chocolate and peanut butter could be so good together? Okay, we’ve known that for a long time but still, these buckeyes are awesome.
Have you ever made buckeyes before? If so, did you save them for yourself or serve them at a party? I can remember filling holiday boxes for the needy at my church when i was a young girl and the elederly ladies would always make these buckeyes and include them in the box. Whoever received the care package must have been simply delighted to get such a yummy surprise. I know I’d be head over heels to recieve some creamy, dreamy homemade buckeye candy.
Recipe courtesy of Group Recipes.