Eatmore (Chocolate Peanut Bars)

"This is the home version of the Eatmore Candy Bar recipe I got from my neighbor. Took these on a camping trip and they were gone the 2nd night. Big hit with all the kids and adults. Cook time is chilling time."
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Ready In:
1hr 30mins
36 squares




  • Bring corn syrup, sugar and salt to a full rolling boil.
  • Stir in peanut butter until well blended.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Stir in vanilla and peanuts.
  • Add cornflakes and chocolate chips.
  • Stir until chips are melted.
  • Turn into buttered 8X8 pan.
  • Pack down and chill before cutting into squares.

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  1. these were fast and easy to make. my brother LOVES eatmores so i made them when he and his family came over and they loved them!. they said it tastes like a cross between an eatmore and a nobake cookie.. must be the cornflakes..i think if i made these again i would leave them out. but they were tasty and peanutty and way cheaper than going to canada and buying eatmores! thanks my brother took the recipe home with him even though his wife said not too because she would want to make them all the time and eat them all.
  2. I made these bars last night.......yummy, yummy, yummy. They do taste similar to Eatmore bars! I didn't have regular corn flakes, so I used Frosted flakes instead...still turned out delicious...a wee bit sweeter I guess than they should have been because of the sugar in the frosted flakes, next time when I make them, I will cut down on the brown sugar, if I use that cereal again, but everyone still loved them! Thank you heather gagnon for a wonderful dessert recipe.....I will make these again! :-)
  3. I've never had an Eatmore bar, so didn't have anything to compare it to, but these were delicious. Very easy to make, too. This is a great recipe for summer when you don't want to start up that oven.


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