I’m a fan of all-things-making but especially anything involving peanut butter! It’s consistency, it’s texture, and no doubt it’s flavor make it my favorite candy ingredient. (Dark chocolate is a close second!) And it is definitely always confusing how they make the texture of the interior of candy bars so wildly different than the outer shells; this video will show you one possible process, and it’s pretty amazing to watch (plus how often do you get to hear “stretch the peanut butter candy into a rope” with a straight face!).
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