I love making candy during the holiday season. It makes the perfect gift (especially for the unexpected guest at a Christmas party) and candy is always fun to make, especially with friends!
But this recipe is new to me and I am so glad I was introduced to it! A friend of mine at work asked me if I had ever ‘peanut butter candies’ before (something her Nana used to make). After looking through google images she showed me what the candies looked like, and I knew I had to make them. Immediately.
They looked sweet, sinful and delicious. And they are!
Peanut Butter Candies
- 1 lb Powdered Sugar
- 8 TBS Butter softened
- 7-9 TBS milk room temperature
- Peanut Butter
- Sift the powdered sugar into a large bowl, set aside. In the bowl of an electric mixer beat the butter until creamy and smooth. Slowly add the powdered sugar in batches and let incorporate between batches until all the powdered sugar is added.
- Add the milk slowly until the mixture is firm and not sticky. Grab a piece and see if you can flatten it with the palm of your hand without it sticking. (If it sticks you need more powdered sugar, if its dry and crumbly add more milk.) You will use almost all or all of the milk.
- Divide the 'dough' in two batches. Sift powdered sugar (heavily sift!!) on your work area and on your rolling pin and roll a piece of the dough into a rectangle shape about the size of a piece of paper. Smear peanut butter on the dough using the back of a spoon. You want an even layer, not too thick.
- You want to roll the dough 'long ways' as if it was sushi. The first roll may crack at the fold, but its okay keep on rolling. The quicker you can roll the better shaped the candies will look.
- Use a knife and cut 1/2 inch thick pieces. Clean your knife between cuts so the candies stay pretty. Repeat process with the other half of dough.
Peanut Butter Candies Recipes
Discontinued Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
Have you ever wanted to make your favorite Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup recipe? If so, this recipe will make them a whole lot sweeter. These classic confections are now in limited supply. But don’t worry! There are many ways to recreate them, and the possibilities are endless! This recipe is easy to make and is sure to satisfy your peanut butter cravings.
The recipe requires melted butter and chocolate. A half-pound of melted butter will make a cup that weighs two hundred and twenty grams. If you don’t like melted butter, you can always use another type of fat, such as coconut oil. If you want a healthier version, try using reduced-fat peanut butter. To get the same flavor, you can substitute chocolate chips for peanut butter.
Making tiger fudge can be fun and fast. This easy recipe combines chocolate and peanut butter and is made in just minutes. Tiger fudge will set in the refrigerator or freezer before serving. This recipe is great for the holidays and can be given as homemade gifts during the holidays. You can also make it anytime of year! You can even decorate it with sprinkles! Make your kids happy with this tiger fudge recipe.
To make this tiger fudge, you will need three simple ingredients, such as peanut butter and chocolate chips. You can use dark chocolate chips if you prefer. Make sure to line your baking sheet with foil or parchment paper. The next step in the tiger fudge recipe is melting the chocolate chips in the microwave. You can use a glass bowl to place the chocolate chips in, but keep in mind that the chocolate should be microwaved in intervals to avoid burning.
Hazelnut cream peanut butter cup
If you love peanut butter, you’ll want to try this recipe for a classic Hazelnut Cream Peanut Butter Cup. These sweet treats are made with hazelnut butter and are made to be stored at room temperature. If you’re not a fan of peanut butter, you can substitute it with chocolate hazelnut spread, speculoos paste, almond butter, or white chocolate. It will be just as delicious!
To make this chocolate peanut butter cup recipe, simply add hazelnut butter to a food processor or blender. Add a teaspoon of the chocolate mixture and blend until almost smooth but still with a few crunchy crumbs. Scrape down the sides of the blender or food processor to remove any unincorporated bits. The chocolate should set before the peanut butter cups are ready to serve. If you want to add a little more flavor, add a dash of sea salt.
Reese’s Thins Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
Reese’s THiNS Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups are a delicious midday treat, after dinner dessert, or movie night treat. These chocolate-covered treats are now 40% thinner than the original Reese’s Candy. And, because they’re so thin, you can take them on the go too. And, they’re kosher-certified, making them perfect for parties or snacking on the go.
Reese’s Thins are a healthier version of the famous candy. Instead of a standard Reese’s with a thick and rich chocolate shell, they’re thinner and contain significantly less peanut butter. But the same great taste you expect from Reese’s can still be found in these chocolate treats without the calories or fat. They’re also significantly lower in sugar than the original, so you’ll still get a satisfying treat without the guilt.
Easy homemade peanut butter fudge
If you’re looking for an easy homemade peanut butter fudge recipe, you’ve come to the right place! This decadent treat doesn’t require an oven or stovetop, and you can create the perfect texture in just minutes! The peanut butter fudge recipe includes two cups of graduated sugar and half a cup of milk. The next ingredient, powdered sugar, can be either chunky or creamy.
Begin by adding the butter and peanut butter to a large microwave-safe bowl. Microwave them for two minutes on high, then stir until smooth and creamy. Remove from the microwave and add vanilla and powdered sugar, stirring well. The mixture should thicken and lose its sheen. Once thick, spoon it into the prepared pan and refrigerate for at least three hours. Once the fudge has cooled, cut it into squares and serve!