By Kittencalskitchen on June 16, 2005
Photo by NcMysteryShopper
Photo by NcMysteryShopper
"This is one of the best bar recipes, they are very simple to put together and so good! --- make sure to use only salted peanuts, and leave them whole --- these freeze well"
Serving Size: 1 (32 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 48
"I love all of the ingredients in these bars. My only reason for rating so low, is they ended up rock hard. I prepared them exactly as written and had to throw the entire batch out."
"I have been hunting for this lost recipe for years. absolutely 5 Stars."
"Fantastic! I am grateful these softened a bit from the first day - now (3 days later) they are chewy, crunchy, sweet & salty deliciousness! We cut these into single bite morsels - they are powerful! They also look so pretty heaped in little cup cake liners in our Christmas cookie platters. Wonderful with a cup of black coffee & would be awesome if out in the weather (skiing, hunting, hiking - anything that burns lots of calories). Thank you for another keeper recipe Kittencal."
"Fabulous, awesome, terrific... get the picture?? Really great recipe for the peanut lover. I used margarine as a personal preference (cost wise) & followed the recipe otherwise. I did use a 9 X 13 well-greased glass pan instead of what was recommended & had no problems removing the squares from the pan. Great combo of sweet & salty!! I served at Sewing Circle & got "heck" because people couldn't stop eating them!! Unfortunately, if you try to snitch one before they are completely cooled, they are a crumbly mess - but once cooled, they are a solid tasty bar!"
"I thought these were awesome! I've already made them twice. The second time you put them in the oven the directions say 15 minutes, and I do agree with one other commentor that the edges got a bit hard, so the next time I made them I decreased the time to 10 minutes and it was much better. And yes you don't exactly taste the butterscotch flavor, but they are still awesome. This will always be a go-to recipe for me. Thanks Kittencal!!"
"These were soo good!! I shared them with lots of family and friends as it made alot. Super addicting and yummy. Thanks for a great recipe!"
"Love these and have made them many times. (Actually, I can't believe I haven't reviewed them before now!) Shared this recipe with one of my biking friends and she makes them now for energy bars for a long ride. Yum!"
"Wonderful! I followed the directions exactly as written. They taste like peanut brittle on a sugar cookie. I loved them. I will be making these again."
"Excellent Yummy Bars!!!! We all LOVED these!!! THanks for posting a wonderful recipe!!!"
"I am not a big sweet eater but I could eat tons of these! We tried one when they were slightly warm-gooey goodness. Easy to prepare Thanks Kittencal. Bullwinkel"
"These are FABULOUS! They are so good and so easy to make! I made a batch for lunch boxes and they were almost all eaten soon after they cooled. They tasted even better the second day! Make sure that all of the glaze touches the parchment so that they come out of the pan efortlessly. I made a full batch and then halved the recipe (7.5 X 5 pan) today and both worked out wonderfully! Thanks Kitz!"