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DIY Giant Reese cup

lots of chocolate chips
peanut butter
Reese shape pan

Step1~ Melt chocolate....we bought one big bag and used all of it, so for this step we melted half the bag...and to do that we put it in a pot on the stove and just mixed. 
Step 2~ Pour into the pan and place in freezer to cool
Step 3~ once cool add peanut butter to the place in fridge until the next step is complete 
Step 4~ Melt more chocolate and cover the peanut butter in fridge till frozen and done!
It is hard to break (I placed it on a uneven surface and hit it) but yummy and big enough for a family! :) 


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