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Marshmallow Candy

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Ingredients

2 pounds white vanilla flavor bark
1 cup crunchy peanut butter
2 cups dry roasted peanuts
3 cups crisp rice cereal
2 cups miniature marshmallows

Instructions

Add white bark and peanut butter to double boiler; melt over medium heat, stir as needed. Remove from heat. Combine nuts and crisp rice cereal in a bowl. Pour melted bark and peanut butter over mixture; stir in marshmallows. Drop a teaspoon full of candy onto wax paper and let cool. Variation: Substitute chocolate flavor bark for white bark. Makes 60-72 candies, depending on size of portion.

(My grandson loves it.)

Lou Campbell 6105 50th Avenue

Lou Campbell
Moline



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