Easy Potato Candy
The potato candy delivers the nutritional goodness of savory potatoes but adds a unique twist by transforming the vegetable into a delicate dessert.
Although you can certainly use any
peanut butter, you are going to get a better flavor by using
natural ingredients as possible.
Fun in the Kitchen
Making potato candy is one of the easiest recipes in the world and you can even assign most of the tasks to your kid, niece or nephew, etc. Even children who are 4 years old can help you roll the dough (with a plastic dough roller or something similar) and cover the potato mixture with peanut butter.
The versatile nature of this food means that there are unlimited tweaks that can be added to the basic recipe.
Customize the Candy
For instance you can use blue potatoes (also called purple potatoes) for a more unusual color into the mix. Chopped peanuts, pecans, walnuts or almonds make nice additions to candy and you can blend the nuts into the peanut butter coating. You can ramp up the flavors in your potato candy with the addition of some spices, cinnamon for example. These ingredients can be added at the same time you mix in the powdered sugar.
Originally the first potato candy was created as a less expensive alternative to the costly treats.
Potato Candy Recipe
The recipe can be doubled or you can use half quantities
how many pieces you want to make.
Preparation Time: 30 minutes
Cooking Time: 45 minutes
Servings: more than 40 slices
Tip: Practice it and customize the recipe depending on your preferences (a few times) before serving it on a reunion.
To save time read some tips for leaving them already set up.
The purple color can give a twist in the appearance of many dishes.
New potatoes are mostly used for the delicate look they bring to a plate.
The term whipped potatoes can make many wonder what exactly it entails.
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