Monday, December 23, 2013

T.T.D.S. "Virginia Albright's Peanut Butter & White Chocolate Pretzel Brittle"

Okay....stuff like this is what Christmas memories are made of. This extremely simple recipe will absolutely astound you.  The flavor notes: salty & sweet; the texture: soft & creamy meets crunchy; the results: great joy! well, antiphonally speaking: (f) JOY! JOY! JOY! (mp) joy, joy, joy.  I am entering Ms. Albright's to my "T.T.D.S." category (which stands for Tasted & Tried Deputation Splendor - as I am working through my deputation ministry I am collecting a series of recipes that meet and exceed my standards for good eats.  Let's face it, if the ministry doesn't work out for me, I will at least have a cook book done from many people that we have crossed paths with during our deputation ministry...well, don't take me to serious here.  ALL right onto Albright's delectable and simple treat! (it is surprisingly easy).


1. Peanut butter chips (1 bag) (good start)
2. White chocolate chips (1 bag)
3. Peanut Butter (2 tbsp.) - (use JIF, get it right people, there is only one!)
4. Broken pretzel pieces (2 cups) (I prefer the big sized pretzels - but this is completely subjective, but not the JIF, no way).


In a large glass microwave bowl, melt the chips & peanut butter at 50-55 sec. intervals, stirring in between until melted then add pretzels & mix till well coated. Spread onto cookie sheet & chill for 1 hr. then break into chunks. Eat with delight in the mouth and thankfulness in the heart.

Merry Christmas!

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