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Potato Candy Recipe

DEC 23 @ 05:27

by Kaitlyn

Allergen Alert: This recipe contains sugar and peanuts.

wave This is a family favorite at this time of the year.  I've only tried making it with peanut butter--maybe I'll try it with some other nut butter, just to see what happens.


1 medium potato
Creamy peanut butter
Powdered (confectioner's) sugar

Boil unpeeled potato till fork-tender, then peel while still warm.  Mix potato with powdered sugar until a dough is formed.  Roll dough out flat and spread peanut butter (but not quite to the edges).  Take one side and roll (like a jellyroll).  Slice with thread.
ALTERNATE: Roll dough into small balls and make an indentation with your thumb (as you would for filled cookies).  Fill indentations with peanut butter.

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