Welcome Back! We missed you!

Quickly login with your social network or email:

Forgot Password?

Don't have an account? Register

Forgot Password

Don't have an account? Register

Become a Hip2Save Insider

Don't Miss Out! Join our large community of insiders - it's totally free! Once you join, you'll be able to save & share your favorite deals, rate posts and recipes and add items to your cookbook! What are ya waiting for?!

Already have an account? Login

Become a Hip2Save Insider

Don't Miss Out! Join our large community of insiders - it's totally free! Once you join, you'll be able to save & share your favorite deals, rate posts and recipes and add items to your cookbook! What are ya waiting for?!

Already have an account? Login

Black Friday 2018

Subscribe to our newsletter

Subscribe to our Collin's Favorites newsletter

Subscribe to our Today Only Deals newsletter

Subscribe to our Target Deals newsletter

Subscribe to our Baby Deals newsletter

Subscribe to our Recipes & DIY newsletter

3 Ingredient Homemade Butterfingers (So Good!)


I posted this yummy and super simple recipe last year (which got rave reviews!)… so I thought it was definitely worth a re-post for those of you who may have missed it (or those of you who are just in need of a chocolate fix!). This homemade recipe requires only 3 ingredients and is incredibly easy to whip up. You’ll just need candy corn, peanut butter, and chocolate candy coating.

Oh and before making this recipe, I want to warn you… so don’t say I didn’t. One word sums up this stuff – addicting. Very addicting. So addicting that it may become a problem. A serious problem.

3 Ingredient Homemade Butterfingers

You’ll need…
1 lb. candy corn
16 oz jar peanut butter
16 oz package of chocolate candy coating (in baking section)

Now just melt the candy corn in the microwave. You’ll want to do this gradually, in intervals, and stir occasionally as it continues to melt. After it’s melted, mix in the jar of peanut butter. You will get a fantastic arm workout. Spread this mixture of deliciousness in an 8×8 pan lined with parchment paper. Set aside and cool completely. Finally cut into squares or really whatever shape you like, then just dip in the melted chocolate candy coating. Lay on waxed paper to set. That’s it!

(Thanks so much for this highly addictive recipe, Plain Chicken!)

Join The Discussion

Comments 24

  1. Ashley

    I made these after you posted this recipe last year. SO yummy! I take the lazy route and just pour the chocolate over the candy/pb and cut them as bars. Thanks for the reminder about this…I’ll definitely be picking up some clearanced candy corn!

    • Coraly

      Just a quick note you can buy candy corn at dollar tree for $1 without having to wait for the after halloween clearance 🙂

  2. Allison

    I am on a diet right now and these look SOOOO good!!! Tempting!

  3. Danielle Jones

    That is wrong Collin!!! My daughters and I are drooling on the laptop right now!!! Thanks!

  4. Kelly

    Those look yummy! I will have to try making it with my boys this year. Thanks for reminding us about this Collin!

  5. zina

    My husband said he might have a sugar attack from this one! I will try it….. all by myself!

  6. Ambo

    I made these a couple times last year. I have the hardest time getting the candy corn to melt. This year I melted it a few minutes by itself and then added the peanut butter. I think it melted more evenly with the peanut butter. Also I used my electric mixer this time around too. Great recipe Collin. I’m in Love with it 😉

  7. Ashley

    Now, are these more addictive than regular butterfingers? Or are they just dangerouse because I’ll have a few pounds of them in my possesion? 😉

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Definitely because you’ll have a few pounds of them in your possession! 😉

  8. Melanie

    I made these last year & they are really good. I used a candy mold and it was so much easier than dipping the bars. You just put a thin coating of chocolate in your mold and put them in the fridge until hardened and press your butterfinger mixture in and top with more chocolate. They pop right out of the mold after a few min. in the fridge and look really pretty.

  9. judy jenkins

    We have a peanut allergy here. Do you think it would work w/ sesame seed butter? (I know it would change the taste a bit – although sesame seed butter tastes almost the same as peanut butter)

    • Mary

      Yea I’m thinking about trying it with dairy free chocolate for my dairy allergy… I haven’t had a butterfinger in a very long time

    • Savin Girl

      There’s a really yummy soy butter by I. M. Healthy I just found. Says peanut free on the label. Normally a little over $5 a jar, but I found some on clearance at Kroger and I think it tastes a lot like peanut butter.

  10. Betsy

    Thanks! My daughter’s favorite candy bar is Butterfinger. She will love making these at home!

  11. michelle

    Somehow I don’t think this would fly on my sugar free diet that I’m on right now, LOL. Looks good though.

  12. amy

    I love butterfingers! Bt because there an import here I have to pay mega bucks for them (around $3 in ur money) so happy to see this recipie bt we don’t get candy corn here 🙁 can I use something else?

  13. Dedra

    These are so easy….and so delicious! Really!!! Taste just like the real thing!!

  14. Loretta Basse

    Have you tried the homemade mounds candy bars?
    Sweetened condensed milk and coconut mixed together, shaped and dipped in chocolate.

  15. Sherri

    Just made them!!! Yum!!! You are right…great arm workout!

  16. Linda

    Are these crunchy like a butterfinger?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

It's not your Grandma's coupon site!

🍗 Looking for a new recipe to share for Thanksgiving? Look at these!