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    Chocolate and Peanut Butter! Yum. Cook time doe not include chilling time.

    Recipe #325496

    Source: Land O' Lakes

    Recipe #324892

    I got this recipe from the Land O'Lakes website many years ago, and they have been part of my annual Christmas baking for many, many years now. I really love these for many reasons. First, they're very tasty. Also, they are simple to make as candy goes. The key to dipping them in the chocolate is being sure the bonbon candies are fully chilled (or they'll start to melt in the hot chocolate, making it difficult to retain their shape). But it's also quite a versatile recipe. I've replaced the standard vanilla extract with other flavors to come up with different flavored bon bons. If you want, you can even add finely chopped nuts. The possiblities are endless. Cooking time is actually the minimum necessary chilling time.

    Recipe #322994

    2 Reviews |  By lazyme

    I found this recipe online years ago. It's simple and you can use any flavor of alcohol to substitute for the Grand Marnier.

    Recipe #320551

    These bars are EXTREMELY RICH and not for people with a fear of CHOCOLATE and PEANUT BUTTER (if those people actually exist)!!! Very easy no bake 5 ingredient recipe!

    Recipe #29679

    I'm a WW member and this is a wonderful treat to keep on hand when I HAVE to have a chocolate fix. It cost me only one point and I feel like I've gotten away with cheating

    Recipe #315192

    3 Reviews |  By shygirl

    We grew up eating these delectable balls made from fresh cows milk, egg yolks and sweetened condensed milk. Brings back childhood memories....

    Recipe #313398

    What could be more simple than caramels baked in the oven. Just one ingredient. A Donna Hay recipe. You need just two cans of condensed milk. Not for the diet conscious. Cooking and preparation time does not include cooling/setting time in the fridge

    Recipe #280130

    This makes a wonderful treat to serve at the holidays or to bring as a gift. I use the non-stick foil for this but a piece of buttered parchment paper lined in the pan will work fine also --- servings is only estimated, really it should be only one serving I could eat the whole thing myself, these are very addicting :)

    Recipe #261672

    We usually make this candy for Christmas,but I have also made this candy for Baby and Bridal showers. Very Creamy and smooth, Delicious!

    Recipe #186187

    My mom helped me post this recipe. These candies are like Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and are fun for kids to make because you don't have to cook them. My mom and I made these together.

    Recipe #21812

    The original recipe called for 4 jars of peanut butter and made 144 cookies. I'v scaled it down. You might want to freeze the balls before dipping them in the chocolate.

    Recipe #253033

    Great for the holidays and low fat!

    Recipe #247036

    This is one of my favorite recipe from my aunt. She always made these for us when we would come to visit.

    Recipe #239559

    All the taste of a delicious pecan pie is captured in miniature tartlets. Easy to make with a total of 15 minutes cooking time make these the perfect treat for unexpected guests or busy weeknight desserts. These are also great for potlucks, bake sales, cookie swaps, or even in a gift basket.

    Recipe #87409

    This is an ancient family recipe that has been adapted to a microwave. This is better than any peanut brittle you can buy at the store. Be careful its addictive

    Recipe #172372

    3 Reviews |  By VickyJ

    Great for gift-giving or just as a quick-n-easy treat!

    Recipe #144046

    Is it your birthday? It would be a great time to make chocolate brandy balls. Ok -- any excuse would do to make chocolate brandy balls. My secret? A little sip of Harvey's Bristol Cream on the side. Ok...on the side, in the kitchen, on the back porch...wherever. Enjoy!

    Recipe #236544

    13 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Fantastic coloured marshmallows. From "The Magic of Jello" cookbook.

    Recipe #141949

    49 Reviews |  By 89240

    These are good for those on low carb, or low calorie diets, the koolaid makes them sour, leave it out if you only want them sweet.

    Recipe #75525

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