I have found that these are bigger than regular kit kat bars and they are also cheaper to make. They are more healthy then those store bought ones too. You can get 2 dozen wafer bars at the dollar store.
Melt the Hershey's bars on the stove in a sauce pan on medium. After it is melted, immediately remove from stove and dip wafer bars in the chocolate. Then lay them on wax paper to harden.
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7 Minutes Cooking Time
Source: I came up with this idea from when i got the recipe to make 'Take 5 bars'
This sounds so easy and I love Kit Kat Bars! Will give it a try :-)
Thank you for sharing. I will try this for the holidays.
Oh yum, I will make these for holidays. Thank you.
These taste really great, the only thing is I could not get the chocolate to harden like regular kit kat bars. Was the chocolate to be cooked for so many minutes? I just waited till it was melted. Thanks was very good though.
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Cover the bottom of a 9x13 inch pan with 1/3 of crackers. Add remaining ingredients to saucepan and boil for 5 minutes, stirring often. Pour half of this mixture over crackers. Put another layer of crackers. Pour remaining boiled mixture over top of this. Another layer of crackers.
Spread melted chips and peanut butter mixture on top. Refrigerate for at least 3 hours before cutting. This will make about 30 bars. These do taste a lot like the Kit Kat candy bar. Good but rich.
By Trudy from Springfield, IL