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This recipe for Buckeyes, by Sarah Bagley, is from The Pace Family Cookbook ,
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1-2 c. powder sugar 1 cube margarine 1/2 c. peanut butter 1 c. chocolate chips
Mix powder sugar, margarine and peanut butter - be careful not to make too dry with powder sugar. Roll into 1 inch balls and place on wax paper with a toothpick in each. Freeze a couple hours. Melt chocolate chips 2 min in microwave blend completely. Dip balls using toothpicks until 2/3 covered. they should look like a buckeye. Remove toothpick press hole out gently.
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