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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Mr. Goodbar Bites


This recipe is from my parents neighbors, The Sharpless'.   They gave my parents a tin of these peanuts for Christmas.  There were still a few left when we got down there, and we quickly devoured them.  I made my Mom call Karen to get the recipe so we could make more ASAP. (It was a real crisis)

This recipe is SUPER complicated.  Are you ready?  One package of chocolate almond bark and a jar of dry roasted peanuts.  That is it?  Yep.  Karen made sure to point out that this should be made with good, cheap almond bark from Walmart - Plymouth Pantry is the brand.  I think it is the only kind they sell.  I use it all the time.

We are totally addicted to these peanuts.  I can't believe something SO simple tastes SO good.  We thought they tasted just like a Mr. Goodbar (Chicken Legs' favorite candy bar).   You must make these!!



Mr. Goodbar Bites
(Printable Recipe)


1 (24oz) package chocolate almond bark (Plymouth Pantry)
1 (16oz) jar dry roasted peanuts

Melt almond bark according to package directions.  Stir in peanuts.  Drop rounded tablespoons on wax paper.  Allow to set up.



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12 comments:

  1. I make these every year at Christmas. They are peanut clusters.

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  2. I love when something so simple tastes so good!

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  3. Wow, that is simple. The hubby is gonna love this.

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  4. Chocolate and peanuts--the perfect combo!! These look delicious.

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  5. Love these easy recipes that I'm sure tastes AMAZING! Sweet and salty go so well together :)

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  6. Suppose you could sneak some caramel in there somewhere?

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  7. Susan - I bet you could throw in some of those caramel bits and they would taste great.

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  8. I have made these, but you can also add the crunchy chow mein noodles for a twist on it. Enjoy!

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  9. I am making this FOR SURE and then breaking it up into homemade vanilla ice cream.

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  10. I make these with honey roasted peanuts. Salty and sweet combination is awesome!

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