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If you want it to come out of the pan easier, line the pan with wax paper or tin foil. Then pull on the sides and it should just pop out.

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mmmona January 08, 2013

These are a lot easier to cut and get out of the pan if you freeze them first. They thaw well and are still a great gooey treat.

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sarah0505 November 22, 2010

I actually add rice krispies to mine! It gives it that exrta crunch and texture. Very yummy

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michelle.a8 December 05, 2013

this is exactly what I was looking for, thanks for posting this recipe

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edeneve April 15, 2011

This is my daughters fave dessert so easy and so yummy

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Becky P. October 09, 2015

Mine isnt really a review more of a question...my mom always talks about these squares so I want to make them for her, but just wondering how long to cool the mixture before adding the marshmallows? I want to make the perfect for her. Any tips for me? Thank you!

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Amber B. September 21, 2015

I made this recipe and followed directions exactly. However, the marshmallows when I mixed them in and put in the pan to set mostly sat on the top. Next time I would use a slightly smaller baking dish so there is more of the peanut butter mixture on the bottom or perhaps double the recipe for the peanut butter mixture. Also not all of the butterscotch chips melted fully even though I had the correct cooking temperature. It could have been the brand of chips I used. I had no trouble getting the squares out of the pan, as I greased the pan with margarine before putting the mixture in. I let it sit overnight in the fridge. All in all, my grand daughter loved the square. She wondered what I had for a snack but never mentioned the square once, which is what she really wanted. Grandma's usually know what the grandchildren want.

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l.cheryl June 28, 2014

Very easy to make, and to eat ;) Definitely needs a linner on the bottom for easy removal. Guaranteed to fly off the cookie platter!

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Genevieve P. December 17, 2013

This recipe is simple and delicious!! This was a childhood Christmas time favorite of mine growing up... Now that I can make it myself, it's a year round treat <br/><br/>It comes out of the pan easy if you butter the pan beforehand, and if you leave the squares in the fridge/freezer.<br/>Oh! And definitely let the melted mixture cool down a bit before adding the marshmallows, or else they will melt and become gooey too

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IndigoFlowers November 27, 2013

I had planned on making these all day..lo and behold, I get to the grocery store and they do not sell butterscotch chips!?! I say what the heck and grab the Hershey's milk chocolate chips. Oh my gosh!!! I have no idea what the original recipe tastes like and I doubt I ever will, because these were just unbelievable awesome. I used chunky peanut butter and lined the dish with wax paper..had no problem cutting or getting them out..only problem was not eating them all!! MMMMM

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jessiethebestie October 09, 2013
Peanut Butter Marshmallow Squares