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Ohio Buckeyes
  • 1 LB. Butter, Soft
  • 3 LBS Powder Sugar
  • 4 Cups Peanut Butter
  • 1 Tsp. Vanilla

  • 12 Oz. Bag of Choc. Morsels
  • 1/2 Bar Parafan wax

Mix all above ingredients, until soft and smooth, roll into small balls. In a Double Boiler, placing wax in first, then chocolate morsels, melt until smooth. Placing toothpick into balls, (TO HOLD FOR DIPPING ONLY) Dip ball partially (3/4) into chocolate, wax mixture. Place onto foil to cool, removing toothpick.

Submitted by Kym Smith

Peanut Butter Fudge
  • 3 Cups Sugar
  • 3/4 Cups Butter
  • 3/4 Cups Can Milk (Evaporated)
  • 7 oz. jar Marshmellow Creme

  • 1 Cup Peanut Butter
  • 1 Teas. Vanilla
  • Nuts Optional

Mix Sugar, Butter, Milk. Cook to rolling Boil, Stirring Constantly. Cook at rolling boil for 5 Minutes, Remove from heat, add Vanilla, Marshmellow Creme and Peanut Butter, Mix Well. With Electric mixer, Mix this Hot mixture until it starts to cool, or set. About 2 to 3 minutes, Pour mixture into Buttered pan, let cool. If properly done, this recipe should be No Fail.

Submitted by Kym Smith

Potato Candy
  • 1 Potato (Size of your fist)
  • 5 lbs. of powdered sugar
  • Vanilla Extract or Flavor of choice
  • 1 Jar of Crunchy or Crunchy Peanut Butter

    Note: Extract will help cut down on the sweet taste of the candy.
    Note: Remember the bigger the potato the more sugar you will need.

Peel and dice potato, then boil until done. Drain the water. While potato is still hot (it must be done while it is hot, or it will not work) put potato in large mixing bowl. Start adding powdered sugar and Extract to flavor desired. The potato will start to liquify. Keep adding until it is in dough form. Once you have it to dough consistancy, take out of bowl and put on table. Be sure to keep powdered sugar on the area you are working. Roll out the dough. You might have to powder it with sugar as you've got to keep it from sticking. Once you have it rolled out, take and spread peanut butter on it as thick or thin as you want it. Once that is completed, roll it up like you would a jelly roll or a cinnamin roll. After that is done, cut into slices as thick or thin as you want. You can also cut the slices in half if you want. You can even dust them again with the powdered sugar, if so desired. I like mine served with coffee, or just as a holiday treat.

Submitted by Douglas Oster

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