Buckeye Cookies- General Recipes

1 1/2 c peanut butter 5-6 c powdered sugar (enough to keep it smooth without lumps) 1 c melted butter 1 tsp vanilla 1 lg package semi sweet chocolate chips 1/4 parriffin bar mix first 4 ingredients. then roll 1 tsp of each mixture into balls until mixture is used up. makes about 100.

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    Lightbulb Buckeye Cookies

    1 1/2 c peanut butter
    5-6 c powdered sugar (enough to keep it smooth without lumps)
    1 c melted butter
    1 tsp vanilla
    1 lg package semi sweet chocolate chips
    1/4 parriffin bar

    mix first 4 ingredients. then roll 1 tsp of each mixture into balls until mixture is used up. makes about 100. melt the chocolate chips and parraffin in a double boiler. keep warm. hold each ball with a toothpick and idp into the mixture partway. freeze. serve frozen.

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    I love these I keep a batch stashed in freezer all the time.

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    I can't keep a batch in the freezer! My kids and dh have them ate before i know it... same iwth the chocolate brittle surprise i put on here!

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    [These are soo good-and easy to make. Thanks again for posting and reminding me ummmmm.

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    not a problem. we love them too.

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    Can you do these without the wax? Or will that change the taste or texture?

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    These would be great for anyone who is an Ohio State (Buckeyes) fan! Great to make to watch the football game! : )

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    without the wax, the chocolate doesn't stay firm enough... It isn't much wax and it makes the chocolate texture perfect.

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