Tomorrow at work we’ve got a charity bake/candy/craft sale. Anyone who wants to can bring in items to donate, and then the entire floor can buy whatever piques their interest. All proceeds go to the American Heart Association. Yeah, I know, a little odd to promote cookies and candy to support healthy hearts, but I just viewed it as another opportunity to bake.
I pulled out my newest friend, Pillsbury Best of the Bake-Off Cookies & Bars, and began to browse. Almost immediately (pg. 14, to be exact), I found exactly what I was looking for – Salted Peanut Chews. Not too complicated, and hopefully a little different from the brownies and cookies that are bound to be there. These were easy to make, although it was a little messy spreading the peanut mixture on top of the hot marshmallows. When it all cooled, however, it looked perfect.
As part of my *ahem* ‘quality control program’ when making a recipe for the first time, I totally nabbed a piece to try. WOW. Completely amazing, don’t change a thing. It had some crispy crunchy, and some ooey gooey, some sweet and some salty. If a Payday bar and a Fluffernutter sandwich had an illegitimate love child, it would taste exactly like this. Yum.