This one is easy enough to even let the kids do much of it for themselves. In fact, it's one that my mother used to make with her mother when she was a little girl. I have fond memories of making this peanut butter candy with my mother as a small child, and now I make it with my own children. It's been tried and tested for multiple generations!
Some treats just taste sweeter because of the memories behind them. And this candy with peanut butter spirals surrounded by sugary sweetness is one of them! Each bite just tastes like childhood and brings back a flood of memories!
These peanut butter pinwheels are my great grandmother's version of the old fashioned potato candy--minus the potatoes that are found in many traditional variations of the recipe. Up until a few years ago, we didn't have the recipe in writing. It is one that my mother and my great grandmother before her just knew how to make. Watching my mother make it with my daughter one afternoon, I was able to write down everything she did to make this scrumptious treat.
Today I'm sharing that recipe with you! Keep reading to see how to make this delicious candy.
Peanut Butter Pinwheels
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