Peanut butter, peppermint and Nutella potato candy are easy potato candy recipes. These recipes use various methods for shaping the candy, including rolling the candy into a log, spreading it in a pan and pressing it int... More »

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To make potato candy, roll out a dough of sugared mashed potatoes, cover it with peanut butter, roll the dough into a log, freeze it and slice it. Store leftover candy in the refrigerator for up to seven days. More »

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To make Paula Deen's chocolate-covered potato eggs, combine 2 cups mashed potatoes, 1 stick butter, 2 pounds powdered sugar and 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract. Refrigerate the mixture, then divide into 16 pieces. Freeze... More »

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One type of Irish potato candy is Needham candy, which uses mashed potatoes along with butter, sugar, coconut and chocolate. Another recipe uses neither potatoes or chocolate instead calls for butter, cream cheese, cocon... More »

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Fruit jellies, peppermint candies and caramels are all easy recipes for homemade candy. Peppermint candies and caramels have a chewy consistency due to the corn syrup in them, whereas fruit jellies are gummy in texture d... More »

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Make a baked potato casserole using pre-baked potatoes, chicken soup, sour cream, cheddar cheese, butter and potato chips. The ingredients are combined and baked for approximately one hour. More »

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Peanut butter is the key ingredient in a wide variety of recipes, ranging from sweet to savory. Its flavor pairs well with many foods, and peanut butter can be found in cuisines around the world, including Thai, Chinese,... More »

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