Monday, November 7, 2011

Homemade Butter-Fingers

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Do you have left over candy corn from halloween?  I know I do.  At a loss as to what to do with it?  Well, whatever you do don't toss it.  Make this yummy version of a classic candy instead.  That's right, you can make butter-fingers right from your own kitchen in a matter of minutes!

What you will need:

  • 1 cup candy corn (I had a cup of the autumn mix left from when I made chocolate covered candy corn)
  • 1/3 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 1 graham cracker sheet, crumbled
  • 1/2 cup bitter-sweet chocolate chips
How to make butter-fingers:

Grease a cake pan with a generous amount of cooking spray.

Spray the inside of a microwave safe bowl generously with cooking spray.

Pour the candy corn into the bowl.


Microwave for 30 seconds, then stir.

Repeat the cycle of heating for 30 seconds then stirring until the candy has melted.

For me, this took 3 times.

Be careful not to over heat the candy.

It should be slightly puffy when it is ready.

When the candy is melted, immediately add the graham cracker crumbles and the peanut butter.

Stir until completely combined.

Pour the candy mixture out into the cake pan.

Using a spoon, press the candy into a sheet that is about 1/4" thick.


In a microwave-safe bowl, heat the chocolate chips for 30 seconds, remove and stir, then heat for an additional 40-45 seconds or until chocolate has melted.

Pour the chocolate over the candy sheet, and evenly spread to cover the candy.


Place the cake pan into the refrigerator and allow the chocolate to set.

This took about 20 minutes.

Once chilled, peel the candy sheet from the cake pan, and cut into bite-sized pieces using a pizza cutter.

Yum!  Homemade butter-fingers from you left over candy corn.  

12 comments:

  1. Thanks Dude! It came out better than we expected. You gotta try! Peace!
    Matt

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  2. It seems like pretty addictive treat :)

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  3. Whoa...that's an impressive use of candy corn! I don't have any around the house but now I'm tempted to go buy a bag so I can make this.

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  4. This looks fantastic. Seeing the candy corn made me realize that I don't think I saw (or tasted) a single one this Halloween. What's up with that? Now I have to go find a bag.

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  5. How creative is this, now I have a much better use for all that candy corn! This is a must try and a must hide once I make it or it will disappear quickly.

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  6. This makes for a quick and yummy candy! And yes, it is quite addictive. If you don't have any candy corn on hand, definitely go buy some and give this a try!

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  7. That's a good way to get rid of those things!

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  8. Um, yes please. Using candy to make more candy is genius!

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  9. These would make my husband 1 very happy man :)! Such a great idea! Thanks for sharing!

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