1 small potato 1 pound confectioner's sugar (you may need more) 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract peanut butter
Boil the potato. Drain well and mash thoroughly. Mix in a small amount of vanilla. Add small amounts of confectioner's sugar until the mixture forms a rollable dough. Roll out on wax paper covered in confectioner's sugar. Spread peanut butter over the top of the dough,
mom of 2 December 6, 2012 COMMENT: While I appreciate the positive reviews, I must note that I thought I was a good baker. lol...this for me, turned out to be one huge hot mess. My potato was small, so I thought, I ended up using over 2 lbs of confectioner sugar (after the first 2 lbs, I quit counting)and it would still not form into a "rollable dough". So I tried to let it "set up", then spread the peanut butter and rolled it...sort of, lol. I ended up having to throw it all away. So I now had to throw it away and am concerned that I have burnt up my cuisinart stand mixer. It has stunk up the whole house.
Guest Foodie December 18, 2010 REVIEW:
Great recipe thank you for posting, just like Grandma used to make.
Annie December 14, 2010 COMMENT: I looked for my moms receipe after she died, but couldnt find it. I remember helping her make this when I was a child, it sounds like what we did. Cant wait to try it.
Guest Foodie April 18, 2010 REVIEW:
My mother used to make this potato candy when I was a child. It was always delicious. Thanks for sharing it. Now I can make it too!
Cindy October 26, 2008 REVIEW:
I love potato candy, I eaten it since I was old enough to chew! So yummy!!!!
Guest Foodie December 8, 2007 REVIEW:
Best potato recipe that I have found. Very good!!!!!
Guest Foodie September 3, 2007 REVIEW:
My great-grandmother made a version of this recipie since she was a child. We do not use the vanilla but the rest is exactly the same. After spreading the peanut butter we roll it up like a jelly roll, slice it, and place in layers on a plate (with wax paper between) to refrigerate. It tastes much better cold.
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