Homemade Butterfingers

I hope everyone everyone is having a wonderful Fall and a happy Halloween. I can’t believe how neglected my blog has been this year. I definitely can’t let the season pass by without sharing a few of my favorite Fall treats. You can see the links to all of my Fall posts on the menu to the right. I will highlight a couple of my favorites in the upcoming days.

Butterfingers are one of my favorite candy bars. You can bet that I will sneak one or two out of my kids baskets tonight. If you like butterfingers, you should definitely give these Homemade Butterfingers a try! I made these ones last year and never got around to posting about it. This year you can find them all over Pinterest and the blogging world. 

They are so easy to make and only require three ingredients: candy corn, peanut butter, and chocolate. The texture is different than the original candy bar, but they taste very similar. I have read comments on other blog posts that you can cook the candy corn longer to achieve a crispier texture.

I found the recipe at Plain Chicken. The original recipe is from the Taste of Homes Forum. Stock up on some candy corn tomorrow (after it goes on sale) and give these a try! Be sure to come back and let me know what you think if you make them!

If you don’t feel like making them into candy bars, you should try making this Homemade Butterfinger Bark from Cookies and Cups!

I will leave you with a few spooky cookies from last year. Have a fun and safe Halloween! What candy will you be sneaking from your kids trick-or-treating stash tonight?

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3 Responses to Homemade Butterfingers

  1. These sound awesome – I’ll have to pick up some candy corn tomorrow + give this a try!

  2. Ooooh, I’ve wanted to try making my own Butterfingers forever–they are one of my all-time fave candy bars! Yours look great!

  3. Oh what a great idea! These look wonderful!

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