Wednesday, January 20, 2010


from the Natural babyfood cookbook
The book was well used
1/2 cup honey
( Cedar Pond Honey would have been nice)
1/2 cup Natural Peanut Butter
( the kind you have to mix to blend the oil)
1-2 cups instant nonfat dry milk powder
If you use the other kind of peanut butter it will be different I never have used it so I am not sure of the consistency but you could probably adjust the other ingredients
Mix together until well blended
start with 1 cup milk powder
add more until rolling consistency
1/4 cup at a time
( you may not use all of the second cup)

It will be a bit gooey but not too sticky
It will be oily because of the natural peanut butter

Then you just roll it into balls
and wrap in wax paper.
you can use a cookie scoop if you like

or roll it into a log, cut with a knife
and roll into balls then wrap in wax paper

I put them in a ziploc bag and keep them in the refrigerator. They are great for camping, hiking fishing trips or hunting trips or if you are running low on energy and need a quick pick me up. I used them for my kids because two of them were effected by sugar. I even had them fooled into thinking they were "real" candy but they grew up and eat what ever they like now. My son still has very fond memories of coming home from school and having these for a special snack

This is sort of a test to see if I could do it. I am not very smart when it comes to the computer and am learning very slowly. The memory isn't as good as it use to be but it looks like a success to me. I am hoping to post KRUMKAKE next but i will need a weekend to do that, it is time consuming and with the babies this week I won't have time. Hope you enjoy these...WE ARE!!!


  1. Oh Goody, you're posting your candy recipes!!!! Yum~

  2. KN will be soooo excited to see a peanut butter candy recipe! I wonder if I could use non dairy powdered creamer instead of the milk powder???

  3. I think you could but you would have to maybe use less..creamer is stronger than non-fat milk so you would have to experiment