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    I am not sure if this is the right place to place this but it is a yummy recipe I got from my cousin last week at a sew-in
    Butterfinger Bars
    Melt candy corn in microwave
    and equal amount of creamy peanut butter
    place in a pan or dish to cool(before it cools all the way score with a knife). After cooled dip in melted choc almond bark or vanilla almond bark( or candy bark) This tastes just like butterfinger candy bars.
    My cousin says the only time you can get large packages of candy corn is around halloween so if you plan to make it later better stock up

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckydo
    I am not sure if this is the right place to place this but it is a yummy recipe I got from my cousin last week at a sew-in
    Butterfinger Bars
    Melt candy corn in microwave
    and equal amount of creamy peanut butter
    place in a pan or dish to cool(before it cools all the way score with a knife). After cooled dip in melted choc almond bark or vanilla almond bark( or candy bark) This tastes just like butterfinger candy bars.
    My cousin says the only time you can get large packages of candy corn is around halloween so if you plan to make it later better stock up
    Halloween will be here soon, so I will get the candy corn when it goes on sale and try the recipe. Thank you. I love butterfingers but do not buy them.

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    Around here you can get candy corn at the bulk food store all year round!!! I may need to try this recipe!

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    Sounds so good...........thanks..........calla

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    I will have to try it.

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    thanks for the recipe

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckydo
    I am not sure if this is the right place to place this but it is a yummy recipe I got from my cousin last week at a sew-in
    Butterfinger Bars
    Melt candy corn in microwave
    add equal amount of creamy peanut butter
    place in a pan or dish to cool(before it cools all the way score with a knife). After cooled dip in melted choc almond bark or vanilla almond bark( or candy bark) This tastes just like butterfinger candy bars.
    My cousin says the only time you can get large packages of candy corn is around halloween so if you plan to make it later better stock up

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    did a correction on the Butterfinger Bars, add the peanut butter after the candy corn is melted.

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    I'm assuming that "candy" in the recipe means candy corn? Thank you for the recipe.
    Texasmom

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    Duckydo -- so sorry. I looked at the recipe again and saw that you did say "candy corn". Thanks again for the recipe.
    Texasmom

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    Thanks for the recipe. Think I will try to make this to take camping next week-end.:-)

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    Mixing candy corn with equal amounts of salted peanuts is also a quick & easy treat. YUMMY!!!

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    YUM I love Candy corn mixed with pop corn.

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    You people!! I have just gained 10 lbs reading about the butterfinger candy. LOL Sounds absolutely delicious. Thanks a lot for the recips and also for the one about melted candy corn and peanuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by linmid
    You people!! I have just gained 10 lbs reading about the butterfinger candy. LOL Sounds absolutely delicious. Thanks a lot for the recips and also for the one about melted candy corn and peanuts.
    The mixture I make doesn't have candy corn melted, just plain, out of the bag mixed with peanuts. You can add raisins if you want to feel healthy, but I like it better without them. :wink:

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