Total Time
25mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 10 mins

This used to be a favourite way back in 1963, quick to make and faster to eat. I baked a lot for customers then and looking at my recipe today in the side column is break down prices. It cost 1 cent to make each bar or balls, I always got 8 dozen balls from a recipe., so it was a good filler for my boxes. This recipe was a request so thats why I am only now posting it, as I am sure everyone has this already in their family recipes, just maybe forgotten. Enjoy. Serving size on recipe is estimated as every one cuts these different.

Directions

  1. Place in a saucepot the peanut butter, corn syrup, and the brown sugar. Melt over low heat until sugar is dissolved well, and everything is smooth not grainy.
  2. Add in the combined cereals and peanuts, stirring and coating all well with the mixture.
  3. Press into a lightly greased lined pan, or roll into small logs. Cut into small bars while cooling.
  4. You can also dip your logs into melted chocolate if desired. Or make a topping of the following and spread over the bars before cutting.
  5. In a saucepot melt the ingredients until smooth, half cup butterscotch chipits, half a cup chocolate chipits and quarter of a cup of peanut butter, melt all well, then pour over the bars. Cut when cooled and set.