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Peter

Plymouth, MA

#1 Nov 10, 2006
Does anyone remember these things we would get in school back in the late 70's? They were maybe a 1/2 inch thick and very good. Well, I wanted to know if anyone knows how to make them.
Mish

United States

#2 Nov 20, 2006
Peter wrote:
Does anyone remember these things we would get in school back in the late 70's? They were maybe a 1/2 inch thick and very good. Well, I wanted to know if anyone knows how to make them.
OMG, Was it the ones they had in the early 80's with the chocolate on top??? mmmmmm my mouth waters just thinking about them. For some reason alot of kids at my elementary school didnt like them. We had a table for students to put any unopenned, unwanted food on and anyone else could help themselves (excellent idea) and I would gather as many of them as I could. My mother would have had an aneurysm if she knew.
sherry

Brockton, MA

#3 May 4, 2007
I remember those. They were delicious
AmbientGirl

UK

#4 May 18, 2007
HI there -

try this recipe - good luck

http://www.recipezaar.com/53056
Kathy

Fall River, MA

#5 May 18, 2007
are you talking about the peanut butter squares that always came with the pizza on Friday's? If you are talking about them I have the recipe that I got from one of the people that used work in one of the cafeterias. I made them once and they were great!

MKM

Since: Apr 07

Brockton, MA

#7 May 31, 2007
Kathy wrote:
are you talking about the peanut butter squares that always came with the pizza on Friday's? If you are talking about them I have the recipe that I got from one of the people that used work in one of the cafeterias. I made them once and they were great!
Could you share the recipe?
Caferteria Babe

Brockton, MA

#8 Jun 5, 2007
Box of Corn Flakes, 1-2 cups peanut butter, Karo Corn Syrup. Heat up in pan, press into cookie sheet. Just like rice crispy treats.
yourladyk

Powder Springs, GA

#9 Jun 6, 2007
I was in elementary in the early 70's and loved these peanut butter bars, I will be making them tonight!
Caferteria Babe wrote:
Box of Corn Flakes, 1-2 cups peanut butter, Karo Corn Syrup. Heat up in pan, press into cookie sheet. Just like rice crispy treats.
maryland

Palm Desert, CA

#10 Jun 8, 2007
yes i am trying to find the recipe myself i have been looking for the recipe for a very long time the peanut butter squares that we use to have at school was really good.

MKM

Since: Apr 07

Brockton, MA

#11 Jun 9, 2007
Caferteria Babe wrote:
Box of Corn Flakes, 1-2 cups peanut butter, Karo Corn Syrup. Heat up in pan, press into cookie sheet. Just like rice crispy treats.
What recipe is this?
Nimby Cow

Brockton, MA

#12 Jun 11, 2007
It looks like the recipe for the peanut butter squares. make it just like the rice crispy treats but instead of rice crispy's use corn flakes and instead of marshmallows use Karo & PB.

MKM

Since: Apr 07

Brockton, MA

#13 Jun 11, 2007
Didn't the peanut butter squares have chocolate on them? I think we're talking about a few different recipes here. They're probably all good but the peanut butter squares I remember had chocolate on them. Does anyone have that recipe?
Becky

Monessen, PA

#14 Jul 27, 2007
I think I have the one you want MKM. 32oz peanut butter, 4oz butter, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 16oz confectioner's sugar, 1/3 cup brown sugar (mix that all up) it is really thick so use a good mixer and have your butter and pb softened. You also need 8oz of chocolate (bakers chocolate not the chips) and melt that on the stove top. Press the peanut butter into a 9x13 glass pan, pour on the melted chocolate. Put in the fridge and let it set overnight. I find it best to keep in the fridge till about an hour before serving. I cut that into 12 squares (Because were big now lol we get bigger squares no more trading) Only catch from my math it's about 800 calories a square Hope you enjoy its really simple and is so worth the memories from our childhood to have every now and again !!!
Karrie

Pittsboro, NC

#19 Jun 3, 2009
The ones i want are 1/2 inch thick and the shape of a brownie and have mini chocolate chips on top they were not hard they were soft and kinda thick
Karrie

Pittsboro, NC

#20 Jun 3, 2009
Kathy wrote:
are you talking about the peanut butter squares that always came with the pizza on Friday's? If you are talking about them I have the recipe that I got from one of the people that used work in one of the cafeterias. I made them once and they were great!
I believe these are it to they came on the little whits paper thing?
Karrie

Spring Lake, NC

#22 Jun 16, 2009
Karrie wrote:
<quoted text> I believe these are it to they came on the little whits paper thing?
can i have the recipe?
Bella

South Easton, MA

#23 Jun 17, 2009
Hi Wizard

Since: Jun 09

Nashua, NH

#24 Jun 17, 2009
testing
Sweet Tooth

Salt Lake City, UT

#26 Jul 27, 2009
Debbie

Mattoon, IL

#28 Oct 30, 2009
looking for the recipe for peanut butter bars we had in school. they were my favorite. this was back in the late 70,s i would have graduated in 1983 I remember them in jr high.

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