Grannys Peanut Thingys!
Butterscotch Chow Mein Peanut Treats
Ok, this recipe for butterscotch chow mein peanut treats is so easy. I remember granny making these every holiday. They are good, sweet, and perfect!
I am not sure what they are called, but we call them peanut thingys!
First, Melt 2 bags of butterscotch morsels in a pot. Then add Chow Mein noodles. Enough to be coated fully. (you might need 2 bags if they are small bags) Then add peanuts. You don't have to add peanuts, but they are good in them.
Once you finish mixing it all so its all covered, spoon it out in teaspoon sizes onto wax paper. You can use your dining room table. That's the best place. Put a few towels down, then wax paper on top, tape down. This way you can bring the hot pot to the table and just spoon out. Smaller is better when spooning out.
Wait about an hour for them to cool. Then when putting them in containers don't just throw them all in, make layers separated by the wax paper so they don't stick together!
Mmmm Yummy! Thanks, Charr, for sharing the recipe for your Granny's Peanut Thingys with us. :-)
I've heard this recipe called by a number of different names over the years, but never that. Smile.
No matter what you call it, it really is simple and delicious.