Chocolate Peanut Butter Candy Recipe
- 1 pound white candy coating, coarsely chopped
- 1-1/2 cups creamy peanut butter
- 2 cups (12 ounces) semisweet chocolate chips
- 1. In a large microwave-safe bowl, melt candy coating; stir until smooth. Stir in peanut butter; thinly spread onto a waxed paper-lined baking sheet.
- 2. In another microwave-safe bowl, melt chocolate chips; stir until smooth. Drizzle over candy coating mixture; cut through mixture with a knife to swirl the chocolate. Chill until firm.
- 3. Break into pieces. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Yield: about 2-1/2 pounds.
Reviews for Chocolate Peanut Butter Candy
"So simple and soooo good!!!"
"Really simple and tastes great."
"Great simple recipe to make with kids. We enjoyed it!"
"Wow! This is so delicious!! And it could not be easier to make. I made it exactly as written and I have had nothing but raves from family and friends. I will be making this every Christmas from now on as my signature homemade treat gift for co-workers, friends and family. Thanks so much for an awesome, delicious, super easy recipe. :)"
"Love this candy, easy and everyone loves it."
"made this used melted caramels instead of peanut butter, yummy!!!"
"Truly so easy and yummy!"
"What is white candy coating?? Almond Bark?"
"So easy and everyone loved it!! I handed out the recipe when I served it."
"I made this last December for a cookie/candy exchange. It is excellent. Everyone loved it.Thanks for sharing this recipe, Sandy"
"very simple to make candy, makes a good amount as well so great for gifts or holiday parties."
"This is so good!!"
"OMG, these treats are to die for. I mixed the two chocolates together in a double boiler and melted until smooth, then I melted the peanutbutter in the microwave and lightly blended it into the chocolate mixture, leaving swirls of peanutbutter. Next I put about 1 Tbsp. into candy papers and put in the fridge to harden. It was a little extra work, but very pretty on a tray. I took them to work and everyone wanted the recipe. Thanks for sharing TOH!."
"I have made something very similar, and it is delicious! If you can't find the candy discs or Almond Bark, I have also made it with white chocolate chips."
"This is so yummy and easy to make. I will definately make it again!"
"This came out way to soft so i just made it into fudge."
"This is the most wonderful, creamy, delicious candy EVER!!!! It was so easy to make too. This will definitely be added to my holiday candy making list =)"
"Everyone loves this!!"
"What is White candy coating? Can someone even give me a brand name - I have no idea what this is. thanks"
"This recipe was so easy and the kids enjoyed helping make it. It provides a chance for children to learn to cook."
"Like Janet47720 on Dec 8 2009 asked...Why would this need to be refrigerated??? I have made and enjoy buckeye balls. To be honest I have not tried this yet...would like to see answer to the question...Please feel free to send private message..I have a problem getting back to a site much less the exact spot on it.Thank you"
"These taste just like buckeyes, but without all the work. I make these every Christmas now!"
"I just made this for some gifts this morning. I put in a little extra peanut butter for my personal taste and it is divine! My taste testers each gave it five stars. As simple as this is to make and as delicious as the results are, this is definitely a keeper in my candy making rotation."
"Everyone loved this candy!! I made a lot of gift food this year, an out of everything this simple piece got the loudest praise. There wasn't a person that didn't like it an ask for more!!"
"Geat Tasting!!! easy to Make!! Only 3 ingredients. Took to family party. Everyone loved them. Wouldn't change a thing"
"So simple and easy to make and so good!"
"Made these for family and friends over the holidays and they loved them. I am still get requests a work for another batch."
"I made these at Christmas and everyone loved them. They were also the most requested treat to have at New Year's too. My family member's raved about how good these were."
"Does anyone know where this recipe was first published? I can't find it in the November/December 2007 issue of Simple and Delicious."
"I gave this as gifts and my family eat most! They love it. I will make this again."
"This recipe is delicious. It melts easily though, so definitely keep the candy refrigerated. So easy and a great gift!"
"I have a very similar recipe called "Tiger Butter". Melt 1 pound of white chocolate with 1 pound of smooth peanut butter over low heat. Pour into 9 x 13 pan. Melt 1 pound of semi-sweet chocolate morsels over low heat and pour over white chocolate and peanut butter. Swirl together with a knife. Chill and cut into pieces. It disappears at church dinners!"
"Why would this need to be refrigerated?"
"What is the 'white candy coating' ingredient mentioned in the recipe and where would you get it?sher.p"
"I have made this recipes multiple times and everytime I have someone knew asks me for the recipe. It is easy and pretty and tastes marvelous!!"
"I live in the Netherlands where we do not have Reese's candy at all so I was glad to see this easy recipe-tastes the same to me just a lot fresher than what you buy in the store! Made it for the 2nd time today. Thanks."
"i made for the first and i found it to be very easy and very good. thanks for the recipe, chris from iowa"
"I could not read it either but I highlighted the print on the picture and I could read it fine hope this helps sounds good and easy"
"can't see ingredient list"