Doreen's Yummy Squares Gluten Free

"I know there are tons of variations of this recipe but in my house credit for them is given to my aunt Doreen. I decided to post the recipe because I always loose it! Now even I'll know where to find it."
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  • Melt the butter, peanut butter and chocolate chips.
  • In a large bowl mix the liquids in with the marshmallows.
  • Line a square pan with plastic wrap.
  • Pour in the mixture and put in the fridge until set.
  • ENJOY!

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  1. Boomette
    I melt the butter, peanut butter and chocolate chips in the microwave. And then waited a few minutes to cool and added the marsmallow. It's so yummy. Thanks GlutenFreeKitten :) Made for Cookbook tag game
  2. Starrynews
    These are great! Delicious and so quick to make! I got excited and added the marshmallows fast, so I got a little melting, which created a neat marbling effect. I used 2 T butter and keep them in the fridge to prevent softness/melting. Thanks for sharing! PAC Fall '11
  3. flower7
    Mmmmmm these are dangerous - I'm liable to eat the whole pan at once! I used a few more chocolate chips (and used Ghirardelli semi-sweet). They are a bit soft if you don't put them in the fridge, but I find that to be the case with most sweets with similar ingredients to these so wasn't surprised that was the case here also. Next time I might try using less butter and more chocolate (maybe 1 cup chips and 2 Tbsp butter). Thanks for sharing your aunt's recipe!
  4. kitty.rock
    These are GREAT! Great flavor, and so very easy to make. From the other reviewers, I cut the butter to just a couple of tablespoons, and these turned out fine. I used organic peanut butter, which has more oil, so I think that was probably enough. Thanks for posting ~ these are great for kids. Made for Spring PAC 2010!
  5. Sheepie87
    I love this recipe! It's so easy, the ingredients are usually on hand, and it's especially great for summer since you don't have to heat up the kitchen. I agree with Brooke the Cook that they can be a bit ... droopy, but they still taste great. Yay for a tasty gluten-free dessert!


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