No Bake Nutter Butter Butterfinger Bars and DIY 3 Tier Stand

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Hello Everyone! I really do not have an excuse for why I haven’t been posting…but I am back! I am super excited to get back in the swing of blogging!

This morning I made 2 pies for St. Dominics chicken dinner. My go to pie for chicken dinners is Oatmeal Pie. It is so good and easy!

After getting the pies in the oven, I decided to try a recipe that I pinned on pinterest, No Bake Nutter Butter Butterfinger Bars  from Domestic Rebels Blog. They are super easy and very tasty! I know this is Peanut Butter Square country around here…but I think you will love these!

No Bake Nutter Butter Butterfinger Bars

  •  30 Nutter Butter cookies, finely crushed*
  • 1 pkg peanut butter chips
  • 1 (14oz) can sweetened condensed milk
  •   12 mini (or 2 regular) Butterfinger candy bars, roughly chopped*
  • 1 small pkg Nutter Butter minis, optional (You can see on Domestic Rebels recipe that she has them on top. I could not find them in the local grocery store. Totally not necessary, they are still delish. It makes the bars look pretty)
  1. Line an 8×8 inch baking pan with foil, extending the sides of the foil over the edges of the pan. Lightly spray foil with cooking spray & set aside.
  2. In a bowl melt the peanut butter chips in the microwave for 45 seconds, stir and microwave 20 seconds and stir until smooth. It might take a little longer. Stir in the Sweetened condensed milk to combine.
  3. Combine the crushed cookies into the melted peanut butter chips/ sweetened condensed milk mixture; gently fold in the crushed candy bars to incorporate.
  4. Using a greased rubber spatula, spread the mixture evenly into the prepared pan. I put plastic wrap on top and press the mixture into the pan so it was nice and tight. Top with miniature Nutter Butter cookies, if desired.
  5. Place the pan in the fridge to set, about 20 minutes. Cut into squares and serve. Store leftovers airtight, at room temperature, for 3-4 days.

* I used my food processor to finely grind the cookies. It worked great.  I also used the processor to roughly chop the candy bars. When doing this do not process them as fine as you grind the cookies.

Update: I had a wonderful suggestion from Toots, dip them in chocolate or I thought it would be good to just dip half of it in chocolate :p

No Bake Nutter Butter Butterfinger Bars

No Bake Nutter Butter Butterfinger Bars

Grace was super excited to see I was making them. She is addicted to Pinterest as much as I am ;) They  got her approval!

Here is another Pinterest pin:

DYI 3 Tier Stand

To make this stand: you will need E6000 glue, 3 plates in 3 different sizes, 2 clear candlesticks.

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You can find the candlesticks at a Dollar store. I found these plates at Target. They are not glass, but a hard plastic.

Find center and glue the bottom of candlestick to the 2 smallest plates.

Find center and glue the bottom of candlestick to the 2 smallest plates.

Here is a closer photo so you can see what end of the candlestick.

Here is a closer photo so you can see what end of the candlestick.

After you let the glue set for at least 5 hours. Glue the medium plate with candlestick to the center of the large plate. Then glue the small plate with candlestick to the center of the medium plate. Let it sit for at least 24 hours.

After you let the glue set for at least 5 hours, glue the medium plate with candlestick to the center of the large plate. Then glue the small plate with candlestick to the center of the medium plate. Let it sit for at least 24 hours.

Look how cute this is and so easy!

Look how cute this is and so easy!

The ideas are endless using E6000 to glue plates, glasses, bowls etc. together.

~Relish Food & Life!

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