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Homemade Snickers Candy Bar Recipe

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Step 9: Dip edges (optional)

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This step doesn't really change the flavor, but will cover the cut edges and make your candy bars look properly finished.

- Melt 7 oz milk chocolate, 1.75 oz butterscotch chips, and 64g peanut butter as described in Step 4.
- Grab a square (or rectangle) of candy bar block, and dip each edge in the melted chocolate mixture. 
- If you want to get really fancy, drizzle a bit of chocolate on top to even out the coating.
- Set on waxed paper to dry and set - as usual, this will be much faster and more effective in the fridge or freeer.

Notes:
I also tried applying the chocolate to the edges with a knife, just as if I were frosting a cake.  This was both annoying and messy!  Just dip, it's much easier.

 
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lezed15 years ago
 step 4 again