Wednesday, October 29, 2008

No-Oven Peanut Butter Squares

Yes, you have died and gone to heaven. These decadent, finger-licking, almost-like-a-Reeses-Peanut-Butter-Cup bars can be made MSPI-friendly!

The recipe comes from Kraft Foods. The trick is to just make sure you are using MSPI-friendly versions of the ingredients.

If you can't find semi-sweet chocolate that's safe, go ahead and use 12 ounces of safe chocolate chips.

Now you won't feel completely deprived on Halloween when everyone else is diving in to the chocolate!


Anonymous said...

Looks good, but sadly enough, my little guy has problems even with soy lecithin. So, no chocolate chips for me. :( It's really weird how different kids react to different things. It's not that he's super fussy when I've had the lecithin; he just will not sleep. He will still be smiling and laughing, but he'll fight sleep like crazy. I discovered yesterday that the lecithin in my non-stick cooking spray was the culprit behind only sleeping half an hour in the afternoon (when he normally takes a two-three hour nap.

Andrea said...

That truly stinks, Elaine! Soy lecithin is in so many food items. Hopefully, your son's system will mature enough soon so that he can handle lecithin!

Have you tried Enjoy Life brand chocolate chips? There's absolutely no soy or dairy in them. Their website is Good luck!