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Yummmmmy!! I made these for a food day at work and everyone loves them. They just think they are the greatest. Thanks!
I just made these!!!!! My DH is just going to go nuts....he's the biggest chocolate/peanut butter fan ever!!! Thanks for a great recipe!
Easy to make, used semi-sweet chocolate chips but will use more than 12 oz next time as we thought the chocolate should be thicker. I would reduce the butter also, even after 30 mins in fridge the base seemed sort of wet still. Taste was awesome!
Loved 'em!! Have made them twice in two days... will definitely be making often!! I used milk choc. once, & semi sweet choc once.
Yes, these are definitely a great copy of Reese's peanut butter cups. I used some of Hersey's Special Dark chocolate in the topping instead of all milk chocolate.
These were fun and easy. But most important, they were yummy. The next time I make them I might put more peanut butter in them. I would like to taste more peanut butter.
These are sssssssssssooooooooooooooo good. Taste just like the candy bar with its name, I did find them a bit hard to cut, but we can handle that lol Bobbi5
Heaven on Earth. So easy to make in no time at all with ingredients I already had on hand. Everyone from young to old loved it. Very rich and creamy. We could only eat a small piece at a time - like fudge. I followed the recipe with no changes, then refrigerated it for about 45 minutes, left it out for 10 to 15 minutes, then cut it into squares. The chocolate topping did not crack at all. Put it back in the fridge and I know it won't be there for long.
Karen; Your "REESE'S Sqares" are not only delicious, but a great BIG WOW! I have now made them 5 times and everyone asks for the recipe. So easy to make, and OH-SO-GOOD. Thanks for sharing this recipe with us. "Uncle Bill"