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Homemade Pay Day Candy Bars – A Great Candy Bars


TOP Reviews:

I made these the other day and they came out great. I made a few adjustments based on reviews and an ingredient I forgot to buy. Fortunately, they came out perfect. I used butter as I never have margarine in the house.

I made these today… since the shopping list I printed from the website only indicated “a bag” of peanut butter chips, the one I bought was too small, therefore, I added 2/3 cup of semi sweet chocolate chips. Hubby (who loves Payday Bars) said they weren’t too far off from the real thing. Success! I cut up the rest of the pan of bars and individually bagged them for a quick grab out of the freezer. Yum! P.S. Next time I will try melting the marshmallow.

Oh my goodness, these are rich and delicious!!!! DH can’t quite eating these. Its a cinch to make and they taste like a lot more work then they were. Thank you for sharing this with us. I will definitely make these again.

Loved these! Made exactly as printed and they were a hit. Served these in small squares with my Christmas Cookies and they were a nice addition to the sweet cookies. Great recipe, super easy and will be making them again. Thank you for posting.

These bars had a very nice flavor and went over okay. I personally loved the sweet and salty mixture. The adults seemed to like this more than the kids (at a party); athough, I’m not sure why.

I heard several people say they tasted like a payday and they weren’t even told the name of these bars! I am not much of a marshmallow fan at all, but I have to say, I liked these. I will probably only make these for functions/get-togethers since my kids didn’t enjoy them much and so I won’t eat the entire pan! Thanks for sharing.

INGREDIENTS

3 cups salted peanuts
2 cups peanut butter chips

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