I love the textures of this candy bar. The creaminess of the marshmallow and butter mixed with the crunch of the peanuts. Makes for the perfect salty and sweet snack!
When I make these, they honestly do not last long AT ALL! I have to make them up a day before if I am bringing them to an event or they will all disappear. My kids say it’s magic, but we all know better, though I may be a culprit as well. 😉
While we have so many wonderful copycat recipes, some of my favorite treat copycat recipes are our Toll House copycat chocolate chip cookies, copycat Zupa’s caramel rockslide brownies and of course our copycat tagalong bars.
Here is what you need to make the big hunk copycat recipe:
BIG HUNK INGREDIENTS:
- Peanuts (we used lightly salted just like THESE)
- Kraft Marshmallow Creme (like THIS)
- Light corn syrup
- Vanilla extract
If you’d prefer to make your very own marshmallow creme try out this homemade marshmallow recipe from Allrecipes.com.
Everything else you’ll need for this copycat candy bar recipe:
- Cookie sheet
- Large saucepan
- Wooden spoon
- Candy thermometer
- Wax paper
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Time to make our homemade candy recipe!
Start by greasing a large cookie sheet with either butter or shortening. Then open the jar of peanuts and spread them over the whole greased cookie sheet evenly.
Then in a large mixing bowl scoop out all of the marshmallow creme and set that aside until a while later.
Next, in a large saucepan, combine together the corn syrup and sugar over medium heat. Make sure to stir it constantly with a wooden spoon until the mixture begins to boil.
Now, clip the candy thermometer to the side of the saucepan and continue to heat up the sugar mixture until it reaches 290 degrees Fahrenheit (the soft crack stage).
PRO TIP: Be sure to not stir the mix while it is rising to the 290 degrees otherwise they will not turn out properly!
After it reaches 290 degrees, remove it from the heat and let it sit for 2 minutes. Again, DO NOT stir it during this time as well.
Now, without scraping the side of the pan, pour the sugar and corn syrup mixture into the bowl with the marshmallow cream. Then, add in the melted butter, vanilla, and salt and continue to stir everything together with the wooden spoon until the butter is completely incorporated.
Then, after everything is mixed together, pour the mixture into the prepared pan and spread it evenly over the peanuts that are spread out on the cookie sheet.
Now, just let it sit out at room temperature until it sets up completely. It should be about 3 hours or so. If you need them to set up faster, just pop the cookie sheet into the fridge and that should do the trick.
Then after they are have set up, you can cut them and serve. If you flip them upside down, you will be able to see the peanuts even better!
You can also wrap them individually in waxed paper for serving or gift giving.
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Recipe adapted from Just Get Off Your Butt and Bake
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