Amish Peanut Butter Spread

Different from the other recipes because it uses Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup instead of plain Karo. I found this recipe in a cookbook I bought from a Montana Amish (Yes we have Amish in Montana!) Kitchen/Diner called The Dinnerbell Bakery and Banquets Cook Book. Seriously sinful this spread usually doesn't make it to the bread or pancakes. And of course it makes a HUGE batch, after all it IS an Amish recipe. This is probably where they get the saying "Taste makes Waist".

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10mins
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directions

  • Whip all together till well mixed.
  • Enjoy on hot bread, pancakes, waffles or with fresh fruit like apples (or just your spoon!).
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"Different from the other recipes because it uses Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup instead of plain Karo. I found this recipe in a cookbook I bought from a Montana Amish (Yes we have Amish in Montana!) Kitchen/Diner called The Dinnerbell Bakery and Banquets Cook Book. Seriously sinful this spread usually doesn't make it to the bread or pancakes. And of course it makes a HUGE batch, after all it IS an Amish recipe. This is probably where they get the saying "Taste makes Waist"."
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  1. CaramelPie
    My crowd really enjoyed this. My son likes to get a bowl of it & dip crackers in it. Thanks.
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  2. Jill S
    I thought this recipe was great! However, I am not sure I did it right. I wanted to only make a portion so I guessed, and did 1/3 cup pb, 1/3 cup marshmallow, 1/3 cup syrup, but the water was the hard part. I just guessed and filled the 1/3 measuring cup about a third filled with water. The end result was delicious, but I don't know if I had the right consistancy. It was probably the consistancy of cake batter...is that correct? Regardless, it was delicious...and we dipped animal crackers in it...yummy!
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  3. Theresa P
    WOW !! If you like peanut butter, this will bowl you over !!! ABSOLUTLEY fabulous !!! I can't wait to put it on EVERYTHING !!
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  4. dontfencemein
    Different from the other recipes because it uses Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup instead of plain Karo. I found this recipe in a cookbook I bought from a Montana Amish (Yes we have Amish in Montana!) Kitchen/Diner called The Dinnerbell Bakery and Banquets Cook Book. Seriously sinful this spread usually doesn't make it to the bread or pancakes. And of course it makes a HUGE batch, after all it IS an Amish recipe. This is probably where they get the saying "Taste makes Waist".
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