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@SouthernBee wrote:

@sharkky : Yum! I always put walnuts or pecans in my fudge and brownies. ❤️❤️Southern Bee


 

Back when I was selling my fudge, the one with pecans was one of my most popular varieties.   I like both pecans and walnuts, though.   Smiley Happy

 

Another popular one was one in which I swirled some peanut butter.   That one was a bit more of a pain than the others, but people loved it!  

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Husband's favorite, peanut butter anything , don't matter. 

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@sharkky wrote:

Husband's favorite, peanut butter anything , don't matter. 


 

I'm with him!  Smiley Happy   I probably eat some peanut butter almost every day.   Love a pb & jam sandwich with Smucker's Simply Fruit Strawberry Jam on a nice whole grain bread with seeds.   I also love peanut butter with milk chocolate.   I will just eat a couple of spoonfuls of pb every now and then.  Apple slices w/pb is another good one.  Always Jif Creamy.  

 

My husband, OTOH, doesn't seem to be terribly fond of it which surprises me.    Something must be wrong with that boy!  Smiley Very Happy

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@chickenbutt : I know all your special treats were delicious.❤️Southern Bee

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@chickenbutt : I know all your special treats were delicious.❤️Southern Bee


 

You know what's kind of funny?  Or, maybe silly.  Smiley Wink    Of all the recipes I've written and great ones I've found online over the years (don't have any familial hand me downs) one of my favorite treats is this silly No Bake Cookie recipe.  It has chocolate, pb, oats, butter & sugar (of course), vanilla, and I add raisins to mine.   Super easy and certainly not gourmet, but they are so tasty.

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@chickenbutt : The no bake cookie recipe sounds wonderful. Southern Bee

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@SouthernBee wrote:

@chickenbutt : I know all your special treats were delicious.❤️Southern Bee


 

You know what's kind of funny?  Or, maybe silly.  Smiley Wink    Of all the recipes I've written and great ones I've found online over the years (don't have any familial hand me downs) one of my favorite treats is this silly No Bake Cookie recipe.  It has chocolate, pb, oats, butter & sugar (of course), vanilla, and I add raisins to mine.   Super easy and certainly not gourmet, but they are so tasty.


Recipe I've had for yrs calls for coconut instead of raisins.