Butterscotch Treats

Butterscotch Treats created by Amanda Gryphon

I got this recipe from a family member who brought it to every gathering...with good reason...it's so good! I made it once and took it to work. It was gone within 2 hours. I had to start making it a double batch just so everyone could have some. It is so easy, and so quick. It's a great last minute dish to take.

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ingredients

  • 1 (12 ounce) bag butterscotch chips
  • 12 cup peanut butter
  • 5 cups corn flakes

directions

  • In a large bowl, melt chips and peanut butter in microwave by heating it on low to medium power and stirring every 30 seconds or so till melted.
  • Add corn flakes and mix till flakes are well coated with butterscotch mixture.
  • Spread into 9" by 13" cake pan and press down lightly with wax paper.
  • Cool about 30 minutes.
  • Cut and enjoy!
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"I got this recipe from a family member who brought it to every gathering...with good reason...it's so good! I made it once and took it to work. It was gone within 2 hours. I had to start making it a double batch just so everyone could have some. It is so easy, and so quick. It's a great last minute dish to take."
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  1. Amanda Gryphon
    Butterscotch Treats Created by Amanda Gryphon
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  4. Sixfoot
    We love these! I've heard them called Tiger Claws before, but I'm not sure where that name came from! <br/><br/>We followed the recipe exactly, but we don't make them as bar treats. We put them on a wax paper-covered cookie sheet in spoonfuls, then put the cookie sheet in the fridge for about an hour. This makes them form into smaller individual treats that aren't as big as bars. It works better with little kid hands!<br/><br/>I had lost the quantities for each ingredient. Thanks for posting this recipe!
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  5. dorisfarrar
    I was excited to make these as a treat for my daughter and I. I'm sad to say that they did not go over well with either one of us. I followed the recipe precisely and cannot figure out the buzz surrounding this dish. It was fair at best.
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