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Grease a 9 ... mixture over 1st layer. Add salted peanuts to remaining chocolate mixture. Spread on top of maple layer. Refrigerate and cut into pieces.
Melt chocolate and peanuts in microwave or double boiler. Mix sugar, milk, and flavoring in separate bowl. Make mixture into little balls and flatten ...
Melt in top of double boiler and put 1/2 of this mixture into a 9x13 inch pan. Set in refrigerator. Beat butter, milk, pudding mix, sugar and ...
Melt chocolate and ... powdered sugar and maple flavoring; mix well. ... in double boiler. Spread on top. Refrigerate. Cut into small squares when firm.
Melt chocolate chips, ... evaporated milk. Add maple flavoring, stir constantly. ... on top. Freeze and cut before it freezes solid. Yield 6 pounds candy.
Melt and blend ... evaporated milk and maple flavoring. Boil 1 ... peanuts to remaining chocolate and spread on as a third layer. Store in the refrigerator.
Melt chips (both ... powdered sugar and maple flavor. Pour this ... the remaining melted chips and spread over second layer. Chill and cut into squares.
1. Melt chips and peanut butter. 2. Spread 1/2 in jelly roll pan 15 x 10 1/2. In another pan 8x8. (Line pans with wax paper.) Put peanuts in ...
In top of ... powdered sugar and maple flavoring. Mixture will ... refrigerator. Tastes just like a Nut Goodie candy bar! Can add additional layers, too.
Melt together the ... evaporated milk, and maple flavoring. Spread on ... layer. Spread on the second layer. Freeze until solid. Cut in squares when frozen.
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