If you’re like me, your school cafeteria served up the best no bake peanut butter bars you’ve ever had in your life. What if you could relive those moments and make peanut butter cups that Reese’s would envy? This recipe is inspired by those days.
80S PEANUT BUTTER BARS RECIPE
Going to school was a lot different back in the 1980s than it is today. Most of the food wasn’t very good but lunch was more about socializing with your friends anyway. The highlight of lunchtime was always the peanut butter bars.
I’VE ALWAYS BEEN A FAN OF PEANUT BUTTER CUPS
My favorite candy growing up was Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. I still love them today.
It’s currently October and we are getting ready to celebrate Halloween. Luckily for me, our daughter hates peanut butter so I will get all those delicious peanut butter cups that she will get from the neighbors.
TIPS FOR SUCCESSFUL PEANUT BUTTER BARS
PEANUT BUTTER BARS IN THE SCHOOL CAFETERIA
Back in the 80s, our lunch ladies would whip up batches of the best no bake peanut butter bars you’ve ever tasted. The only catch was that they only made them a few times a week. It was truly a random thing but my friends and I always looked forward to those days.
Whenever I think of a lunch lady, I always think of the late comedian Chris Farley and that silly song from Adam Sandler. I’m sure Adam remembers the peanut butter bars his lunch lady made.
FINISHED PEANUT BUTTER BARS RECIPE
We were very pleased with the final results of our peanut butter bars. For peanut butter lovers like myself, it’s hard to resist these delicious sweet treats. Unsurprisingly, we finished off this pan of peanut butter bars in one day.
FINAL THOUGHT ON PEANUT BUTTER BARS
If you would like to make your own peanut butter bars at home, you will be pleasantly surprised with how easy this recipe is. If you like this recipe, we would love to hear from you in the comment section below, We also encourage you to share this recipe on your social media platforms.
Peanut Butter Bars Recipe | Lunch Lady No Bake Bar
There is nothing better than this homemade peanut butter bars recipe. Just like the lunch lady used to make.
Add molasses, peanut butter, and butter into a microwave-safe dish. Cook until the butter is melted and then stir together.
Add oats, powdered sugar, and vanilla and hand mix together with a spatula. Form mixture into a ball.
Place wax paper into a 9 x 13 baking pan.
Flatten mixture and form an even layer in the baking pan.
Place chocolate in a microwave dish. Microwave in 30-second increments, stirring between each increment until completely melted.
Spread melted chocolate evenly over the baking dish with a spatula.
Cover dish and set inside the refrigerator. Once the chocolate has set (about an hour), cut into squares and return to the refrigerator for another hour but preferably overnight.