Sweet and Simple Yummy Cups
by Jocelyn Tackett
(Pikeville, KY, USA)
I make these a lot with my 9 year old. It is so simple, cheap, and delicious. It also gives us a few minutes to step back from our busy lives and spend a little time together. This costs us less than $10.00. It takes less than 15 minutes to melt and then pop them in the fridge as long as you need to. They sell really good at bake sales too. After they are chilled the first time they don't have to be chilled again.
1 jar creamy peanut butter
1 bag butterscotch chips
1 20 ounce package almond bark
Pour chips, peanut butter, and almond bark into a saucepan all together. Melt on low heat. When the mixture is completely melted together pour into lined muffin pan.
Place in fridge for 20 minutes or until the outside is firm. Take them out of fridge and eat them right away or you can store in baggies and eat later. They will be fine out of fridge in baggie. They are very good kind of like a smoothie.