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Butterfinger Bites

When I saw this recipe over at Talented Terrace Girls, I was immediately intrigued.  I love Butterfinger candy bars. The list of ingredients in this recipe truly surprised me, so you all know I just had to try it out for myself.  They were so delicious!! Took a little bit of time to make, but so worth it.
Butterfinger Bites
From Talented Terrace Girls
Box of Cheezits or any other box of cheese crackers
peanut butter
chocolate chips (I used milk chocolate)

Spread some peanut butter on one side of a cracker. Grab another cracker and place on top.
Dip in melted chocolate and cover completely.
 Set on waxed paper on a cookie sheet. Then put them in the freezer for
 5-10 minutes to get the chocolate to set up.
Oh YUM!!
The only issue I had with this recipe is my family ate half the box of Cheezits before I could get these made, but now they are begging for more!!
Thanks for a great recipe; Talented Terrace Girls. Make sure you chekc them out they have lotsof  great and creative things.  They are truly talented!  

Comments

  1. This sounds so strange that I have to make it. How could it not be delicious covered in chocolate?!?! Happy Friday!

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  2. These look good! and with Cheese Its??? Yummy!

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  3. Wow, this sounds awesome! I have cheezits and PB, I might have Hubs pick chocolate up from the store and make these tonight for the kids. Does the milk chocolate harden enough or were they gooey?

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  4. Oh this recipe is GREAT Tiffanee. I'll be sending it off to my daughter. They are Cheezit nuts over at her house. I'm not surprised there were some missing before you got to them. The same thing happens at her house!

    Thanks for sharing AND, Happy Buttercrunch Day!!!

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  5. Oh my goodness... how good these sound. I am trying to figure out a way I can make them on my diet.

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  6. Those sound so easy and good. I need to remember these for a holiday goodie plate!

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  7. No way, what a neat recipe. Do they really taste like Butterfingers? If so, I'm totally intrigued.

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  8. Oooh, yum! Butterfingers are my favorite. The Cheezits surprise me, but I can see how that would work.

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  9. Awww shucks thanks for trying our recipe! I was shocked when Tiffany posted this too. but when i went to grab my Chezits my kids had eaten them ALL so i am still waiting to try them :( Thanks again and you are amazing

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  10. i haven't seen this before, but i'm up for anything that tastes like a butterfinger! what a clever idea. i knew those cheezit crackers were good for something. :)

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  11. We tried these and they were fantastic!! Thanks!

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