My husband and I try whenever possible, to celebrate Valentine’s Day the weekend before to beat all the lines and wait times. Everyone is typically saving their out-to-eat dinners and movies for Valentine’s Day, so we are usually seated right away and have no problem doing what we wanted to do.
On Valentine’s Day, I make a nice meal at home and he usually plans the activity. We usually include our kids on Valentine’s Day because we had our “Date-night” before hand. For dessert this year, I made Homemade Butterfingers because it is one of my husbands favorite candy bars. They were a hit! Both my hubby and my daughter enjoyed them!
Best part of all…They only have 3 INGREDIENTS!
recipe from: Plain Chicken
1 lb. candy corn
16oz jar peanut butter
16oz pkg. chocolate candy coating
Melt candy corn in microwave on high 1 minute. Stir and continue cooking in 15-second intervals til melted, stirring after each interval. Stir in peanut butter.
Spread mixture in an 8×8 pan lined with parchment.
Cut into squares.
Dip in melted chocolate candy coating.
Lay on waxed paper to set.
yummy.. they look delicious..
They do look delicious but where can you find candy corn this time of year?
Chef in Training
I just found it down the candy aisle. I think most stores with have some.
I have seen these all over pinterest and wondered if they really taste like butterfingers because those are Matt's favorite candy bar too. Glad too know that they do. I will definitely have to try them now. PS Your food photography is awesome!
Candy Corn...REALLY!I might have to go ahead and try them.
Jen @ Peanut Butter and Peppers
Your recipe is posted all over facebook and I looked, thought and debated about making these. I actually have candycorn leftover from thanksgiving. But I said, no, be good, then,I open my e-mails this morning and saw your recipe. Ok, I'm making them, I can't resist, it must be meant to be!! Yum, yum!!
Awesome! I just had to try it, but didn't have the candy corn.. I had some candy pumpkins that had the same consistency as candy corn, but more orange and pumpkin shaped. They turned out really good!
wow, i can't believe how easy making homemade butterfingers are!! that's crazy candy corns are used. i'll have to try this!!
Cool I can't wait to try these. I just found your pin on pinterest. Thanks so much for sharing.
Megan and Emily@Whimsically Homemade
Butterfingers are my favorite but I usually won't eat them because they stick to my teeth. These look like the solution. If I can find the candy corn I will have to make these. Thanks! Visiting from Whimsically Homemade!
The Cooking Actress
I love butterfingers. Even if they do get stuck in my teeth :P
I just wrote a post about these as well. Eventually I want to come up with a real food version.http://www.suzyhomemaker.net/2012/02/3-ingredient-butterfinger.html
Allison @ Alli 'n Son
Brilliant! I have a bag of candy corn just waiting for this recipe.
Gwen @ The Bold Abode
Those look amazing!
iI found some in the Easter isle.the were pink yellow purple
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