Leave the candy bar on the shelf and make your own Butterfingers from home.
If you’re anything like me then you’re probably a bit of a skeptic when it comes to copycat recipes. I’ve tried some so-called copycat recipe in my day that tasted nothing like the original food. case in point: the Shamrock avocado shake. Nope. Nothing like the green goo from McDonald’s. I will say, however, the shake was pretty good despite not tasting like the chemical-laden Mickey D’s version.
So, back to the recipe at hand…copycat Butterfinger bars. Did you know these yummy little thangs only contain 3 ingredients??!! Just 3! The ones from the grocery store contain about a gazillion ingredients, some of which we can’t even pronounce. I am so glad I came across this recipe over on the Peanut Butter and Peppers blog!
Are you biting at the bit to get the details on this amazing recipe? Your wait is coming to a close. Hop on over to the next page for a complete list of ingredients and instructions. Enjoy!
I am totally making these yummy 3-ingredient Butterfinger bars. I know it is December but I just have to find some candy corn somewhere. There is a discount food store near my house and they usually have that sort of thing. I’ll definitely be checking.
Check out what my pals over at Peanut Butter And Peppers had to say about this yummy recipe:
To make the recipe it is so simple. Just melt your candy corn in the microwave, stir in peanut butter and place in a baking pan to chill. Once they are chilled, cut the bars into any size you want. I started out with stick shapes than went to square. I kind of like the look of the square better. I got 45 pieces of candy out of one batch, but again it depends on the size you cut the bars. I went with a traditional candy size.
Such a deliciously simple recipe to follow.
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