Salted Peanut Bars
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 15 min. + chilling
Very good IF you like peanuts and very sweet treats. Because of COVID-19 I was only able to find large marshmallows and it's not easy to measure them out. I used the entire bag which is maybe why mine were extra sweet. I didn't mind it, I just could only eat a small portion at a time. I probably won't make it again because only myself and one of my kids enjoyed it but it's still a good recipe and worth a try if it suits your taste.
Keeper! Very similar to brownie mallow bars on this site-which have chocolate & PB that I have made a million times. Love the peanutty, salty, sweet, crunchy, gooey flavor-like an upscale fluffernutter. Keeps well in the fridge, freezable & easy to take along. Thumbs up from everyone that tried them. If you like a Payday candy bar, this is your recipe. I can't believe I am making this again for Labor Day so many years later (2017), so good, so easy. Also, the tip on leaving it out to warm up a bit before cutting is right on!
Everyone loved these! They are pretty hard to cut when you first take them out of the refrigerator. I let them sit out for about a half an hour and then cut them into the bars. Excellent recipe!!!!!
Very good alternative to traditional Rice Krispy treats.
These are delicious - a bit hit at my son-in-law's B-day party.
Keeper recipe, I'm not a big marshmallow person but, these are truly delicious. I have made them twice now, the last time I added a few chocolate chips to the top after I spread the peanut butter mixture on.
great reciepe....not time consuming
This recipe is a family favorite. When giving recipes to new brides I always include this one and have given it out many times. If you take it to a party or picnic, plan on coming home with an empty plate.
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These were great and very easy to make. Everyone just loved them. One additional perk, they freeze beautifully.