When you were a kid, what candy in the trick or treat bag made your day? For me, it was chocolate, of course. And it couldn't be just any chocolate, either. It had to be the good stuff - the name brand chocolate. You name it..Snickers, Reese's, and of course, Butterfinger.
We don't have any trick or treaters of our own yet, and we're the type to eat any candy we buy for the trick or treaters a week before Halloween. So,...we typically don't buy any (until after Halloween, that is). But, the past few weeks, I've been seeing pins on Pinterest for homemade butterfinger candy bars. One recipe has lots of ingredients, and the other so simple you don't believe it could possibly work.
|The "real" butterfinger is on the right. Doppelganger on the left.|
16 oz candy corn