Potato Candy60 Reviews
“The potatoes in this recipe provide starch and don't add flavor. You won't even know there are potatoes in it. You will only taste a sweet confection. When adding the confectioners' sugar and peanut butter, be aware that the amounts are approximate. You may add more or less, depending on your tastes.” - by Rhonda
Original recipe yields 1 roll
- Mix together potatoes, butter or margarine, and milk. Add enough confectioners' sugar to make a stiff dough.
- Roll out on a flat surface sprinkled with powdered sugar. Spread on a layer of peanut butter and roll up. Chill and slice.
Amount Per Serving (6 total)
- 313 cal
- 23.6 g
- 19.2 g
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Reviews (60)Rate This Recipe
"For fans of sweets and peanut butter, you can't go wrong with a modified version of this candy. There's an art to making it, as attested by all the advice. My family's rule of thumb: one very small po..." See moretato, boiled in skin until falling apart, pureed (sans skin) and mixed with one pound of powdered sugar (more if a very "wet" potato). Needs plenty of sugar and patience when rolling out. Best served a bit aged (let cut pieces rest a day or two to dry)."
"It does take a considerable amount more or conf.sugar for this recipe. I also chill the dough before rolling it and I make sure there is plenty of conf.sugar on rolling pin and surface. I loved this ..." See morecandy as a child and was so glad to find the recipe here. My family loves it and it was a hit at work."
"This was pretty good when I added more sugar.I microwaved a very small potato ( less watery that way) and mashed it up and let it get really cold. Then I added the butter and vanilla. I sprinkled powd..." See moreered sugar on it and rolled it up. I think microwaving the potato and adding more sugar is the trick to it."
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