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Peanut Butter Confetti Squares

 A mixture of peanut butter and butterscotch chips, coat colourful marshmallows, for a simple, fun and easy holiday treat!

My family calls these Galettes Froides, but most people know these as confetti squares. My grandmothers would make these for Christmas, and Mom has been making these desserts at Christmas time, since I can remember. They've always been my favourite because of the use of the rainbow marshmallows. There's just something about the colours that make these looks so yummy.

These squares couldn't be more simple to make and I love that they are no bake as well. Some people use regular white marshmallows, some people use chunky peanut butter and some people add coconut. I like them each and every way I can get them. It wouldn't be Christmas without these confetti squares making an appearance.

Peanut Butter Confetti Squares

1 bag butterscotch chips
1/2 C smooth peanut butter
1/2 C flakes sweetened coconut
1/2 C unsalted butter (not margarine)
4 C rainbow colour mini marshmallows

In a sauce pot over medium low heat, melt the butter, peanut butter and butterscotch chips, stirring occasionally until smooth. Remove from heat and stir in coconut. Evenly spread out the marshmallows in a parchment lined 9x13 pan. Pour peanut butter mixture over the marshmallows gently folding the marshmallows over to get most of them covered and the peanut butter mixture to reach the bottom of the pan. Refrigerate at least 30 minutes before cutting into squares. Once cut, keep in an air tight container in a cool dry place. Can be frozen, in an air tight container, for several weeks.


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  1. OMG It looks so fun! My kids will love it! Thanks for the recipe!
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  2. Oh wow! I haven't seen these in years! We had a neighbor growing up that would always drop a plate of these delicious rainbow like candies for us at Christmas. So neat to see them again!

    1. I love when food brings back memories! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas!

  3. I love peanut butters, sometimes all we need is no bake fun to do desserts. Thanks for sharing

  4. Ooo, these look great! And they look simple enough to make... I’m terrible at making cookies. But I might be able to pull these off, Thanks for sharing


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