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I discovered this amazing candy recipe a few yeas ago in a Great American Baking book. Besides being very easy to make, reasonably economical and absolutely delicious, with a really great, just-right chewy, fudgy texture, they actually have some nutritional value, with no fat added other than what's in the peanut butter.and chocolate. And don't let the main ingredient put you off. I was skeptical since I hate powdered milk, but I became a believer. Sprinkle the tops with some colored sprinkles or finely chopped peanuts and they will be a hit on any holiday tray. Some recipe suggestions: You can use a cup or so of semi-sweet chocolate chips for the coating instead of the solid squares. Also, although the recipe calls for 1-inch balls, I prefer making smaller ones, about 3/4", which makes more candies, so I need to melt more chocolate than called for to have enough to coat them all.
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (33 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 20