As a family, we enjoy baking together. Last year my son and I made homemade Butterfinger Candy and it has since became a favorite of my husband. We got the recipe from a Taste of Home magazine, but I would love to share it with you to try this Halloween (with a few changes made by me, of course).
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Here are links to the pages where you can find many gift cards to buy and sell:
White Chocolate Butterfingers
- 3 cups candy corns
- 1 1/2 cups peanut butter, creamy
- 1, 14 oz. bag of white candy melts (about 2.5 cups)
- Jimmies, optional
Line an 8x8 baking dish with no-stick foil.
In microwave safe bowl, melt candy corns in 30 second intervals, stirring between each until melted. Stir in peanut butter. Mix until smooth.
Pour into prepared baking dish.
Flatten with spatula.
Let cool and firm up for about 1 hour.
Remove candy from baking dish by pulling out by foil ends.
Cut into 1 inch bars.
Melt candy melts in a double broiler until melted. (If you do not have one, make one. Take a glass bowl that will fit on top of a pat without falling in. Boil water in the pot on the stove and place bowl with candy melts on top. Stir until melted.)
Line cookie sheet with no-stick foil.
Spread melted candy melts over each bar with a butter knife.
Place on prepared cookie sheet.
Sprinkle with jimmies.
Serve or store in an airtight container.
Please read another article I wrote (Try a new tradition this Halloween) that contains easy recipes for:
- Pumpkin spice muffins
- Ribbon fudge
- Carrot cupcakes with cream cheese icing
- Pumpkin chocolate chunk cookies
- Chocolate pretzel candies
There are also more recipe links at the bottom of the article for more easy recipes.
Halloween family time also includes ideas and recipe links for Halloween!
Have a wonderful and safe Halloween with your family this year!