A holiday staple, these butterscotch haystacks are made with crunchy Chinese chow mein noodles, sweet butterscotch chips, creamy peanut butter and salty peanuts.
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College football has arrived again and my guys couldn’t be any happier! Ryan is a college graduate and he still proudly cheers for his alma mater during every game. We’re happy to be a #DOVEPARTNER and Ryan has agreed to share his best game day tips with us today, which all starts with his grooming routine with an arsenal of…
We love these old-fashioned peanut butter no bake cookies. Rich, creamy peanut butter is mixed with vanilla, butter, sugar, milk and a dash of salt before being combined with crunchy oatmeal. You’ll be rewarded with a quick, delicious cookie that doesn’t require baking.