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Here is another recipe from mom and aunt Marion. This is the crunchy peanut butter center for their hand-dipped chocolates.
Melt butter and stir in peanut butter, then fold in the cereal while the mixture is still warm. Add sugar and mix well with your hands. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Roll peanut butter into approximately 1-tablespoon sized balls and place them on the parchment. Allow them to set up on the parchment for at least 1 hour prior to dipping in chocolate.
You can also put these in the freezer and when you make cupcakes, drop one ball into the batter in each cup just prior to baking for a gooey peanut butter-filled cupcake.
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