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Bacon-Wrapped Sweet Peppers

Tonight was family night with my girls and wonderful husband, so I wanted to whip up something easy, fun and delicious for all of us. I had the privilege  of trying this recipe last week with the in-laws and loved it!

Since the hubby wasn’t present when I first had these, I thought I would treat him to this salty-sweet and creamy bite-sized recipe.

I guess you could call this more of an appetizer, but these were perfect as a side as well.

So, here’s the recipe and a nice big picture to drool over. Yum.

Buterfinger Crunch Bats
 
Ingredients
  • 1 Fun Sized Butterfinger Candy Bar
  • 1 Fun Sized Crunch Bar
  • Pretzels
  • Sugar Eyes (found in the cake decorating area)

Instructions
  1. Lay the Crunch Bar, unwrapped on a microwave-safe plate.
  2. Break up your pretzels into a piece that looks like a bat wing-- this will be the bottom section of the pretzel.
  3. Lay two pretzel "bat wings" on top of the Crunch Bar, in the middle.
  4. Place an unwrapped Butterfinger on top of the Crunch Bar and Pretzels.
  5. Microwave on high for 20 seconds.
  6. Remove Plate from microwave and gently press Butterfinger down to meld with the crunch bar.
  7. Add 2 sugar eyes to the top of the Butterfinger bar while it's still a little melty.
  8. Chill in refrigerator or freezer until Chocolate has firmed up again and all of the ingredients have "glued" together.

Hey! Meet Vanessa


A foodie, crafty, homeschooling mom of 3, who loves her Happy Planner and all things Mid Century Modern!

Vanessa

A foodie, crafty, homeschooling mom of 3, who loves her Happy Planner and all things Mid Century Modern!

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2 Comments

  1. These look so good… our minds must think alike because I made something similair on our camping trip, but I used pineapple cream cheese and gouda and mixed in bacon bits! 😛

    1. The Rookie Seamstress says:

      Ouch yummy… That sounds so good!!

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