By Chef Dee on December 05, 2005
Photo by Chef Dee
Photo by Chef Dee
"Colour for your Christmas tray and your allof your kid's favourite snack ingredients in one easy to make square."
Serving Size: 1 (15 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 60
"This was very easy to make and has a nice flavor. Next time I plan to use a smaller pan to get a thicker candy. I used colored marshmallows & wouldn't again other than special events (halloween). Too many people asked what the colored bits were. I think this would have flown off of my candy tray with white marshmallows because they loved it after they tried it. It is creamy & a little softer in texture than fudge. Thank you for sharing the recipe!"
"So easy and delicious! Thanks Chef Dee for the great recipe!"
"I made these in the microwave and I could not have asked for an easier dessert. I only had milk chocolate chips so I used them. Overall my family loved these(the one who did not is not a peanut butter fan so I did not expect him to like these). Thanks for an easy, great tasting square."
"Beautiful, but WARNING: use salt free peanut butter, as I didn't, and they tasted too salty. This I think is very important."
"These are very yummy and went over very well with my daughter and her friends. I used multi-colored mini marshmallows to make them look festive for holiday cookies trays. Easy and accurate instructions."
"I was really surprised just how delicious they are. The texture is softer than I expected. They truly melt in your mouth. This was the easiest candy I've ever made. I used natural style (creamy) peanut butter, real butter, and took care and waited for the mixture to cool (as Dee instructs) before I added the marshmallows. I put in a square 9 inch pan and an 8 by 4 loaf pan. I'm storing these in the fridge. This will be a nice addition to all my Christmas cookies. Thanks Dee, for your great photo, which inspired me. Roxygirl"