Peanut Butter Balls with Rice Krispies
These peanut butter balls are a huge hit! They're no bake, easy to make, and require only 5 ingredients!
Best Buckeyes (Peanut Butter and Chocolate Candies) Recipe - Food.com
I make about 30 varieties of cookies and candies during the holidays and these are the most requested. They are fairly easy and delicious. I serve them on a tray in miniature muffin liners. I have tried many different buckeye recipes, but this one, given to me years ago, is the best one I have used. ADDED 12/17/06: Instead of chips and paraffin wax, this year I used chocolate bark coating and it worked really well. You will need about Five - 2 oz. blocks of bark.
Best Ever Buckeyes Recipe - Food.com
Small peanut butter balls that taste even better than Reese's Cups. The taste so good- be careful, they are addictive!
2-Ingredient Peanut Butter-Chocolate Truffles
This two-ingredient take on “Buckeyes” is so easy, your friends and family won’t believe it. A great one to add to your holiday cookie list.
Chocolate-Covered Cherry Mice Recipe - Food.com
These chocolate-covered cherry mice are fun to create and make an adorable presentation for parties, bake sales, and of course, Halloween. Let the kids help by setting up a production line, and they will have a ball. These candy mice are almost too cute to eat. Check out the step-by-step instructions with photos before you begin. Here's the link: http://homecooking.about.com/od/dessertrecipes/r/blcandy25.htm The recipe calls for chocolate chips but I find they are very small.
Who doesn't love a confection inspired by nature? In this case, it's a peanut butter truffle dipped in chocolate, which resembles the nut from Ohio's state tree, the buckeye.
Christmas Eve Mice
These are the cutest things ever! I make them every year for parties and co-workers! They make cute favors and place settings. The only thing I do different is, I make the eyes green, the nose red, and make a red bow on top next to one ear. I use the decorator's writing gel for this, but be careful. That stuff never really dries...
Christmas Eve Mice
Assembling these merry mice is so much fun that the kids will definitely want to help. My daughter gave me the recipe, along with a warning...your guests just might think these treats are too cute to eat! —Margene Pons, West Valley City, Utah
These adorable little mice will be the talk of the party. Make sure to bring 2 for each person, one to eat and one they will want to take home!
Delicious Food Science: Candy Stages & Caramelization
We've been watching Top Chef: Just Desserts together as a family. We tend to watch quite a few competition cooking shows together as a family, but this one seems to be a top favorite. The