1. Pimp That Snack has changed my life forever. I can now say “Have you ever made a giant candy bar?” and most people are like “No.” and now NOW I can be like “No, I didn’t think so!” So NutRageous is one of the coolest and best candy bar. No one has done it. So my friend Moses and I were like let’s do it. At 10 at night and with me having to write an 10 page paper we set off to the store.
2 Lbs Dry Roasted Unsalted Peanuts
1 – 2 Lbs 4oz Jar of Peanut Butter
3 cups Sugar
2 – 8oz Chocolate Bars
5 – 4.5oz Better Tasting Chocolate Bars
1 – 14oz Bag of Caramel
1 – 10oz Box of Corn Starch
1/4 Roll of Tape
1/4 Roll of Double Sided Tape
1 Sheet of Poster Board
1 Roll of Wax Paper
1 Piece of Cardboard
1 Large Knife
Access to a large printer & computer
2.This is a diagram of what we had to do.
3.The peanut butter was way too thin and mushy so we add a lot of cornstarch and sugar.
4.That made the peanut butter a device of torture. Putting this in your mouth was like trying to eat… well EVIL peanut butter.
5. We then rolled it into an amazing tube peanutty goodness and wax paper! Freeze until frozen.
6. Next layer, we screwed up the first time, and it wasn’t what we were looking for, so the next best thing was to just get caramel already made and melt it in a ghetto double boiler.
7. So lay melty caramel on wax paper and roll around peanutty goodness. Freeze until frozen.
8. Slather peanuts on caramel, which won’t work but I’ll tell you to do this anyways, just because I want you to suffer.
9. Melt chocolate in ghetto double boiler. Mix in the rest of the peanuts.
10. Again with the slathering on to the tube of amazing wonder!
11.This is how it fit in my freezer after all the chocolate and peanuts were added. One of my roomates thought it was a dead animal. I told him that it was. He was pleasently surprised when we gave some to him.
12. It’s an eight pound bouncing baby boy!
13.As we are near our college getting the wrapper printed was easy in the digital imaging studio. The cardboard insert is poster board, for that authentic look.
14. We made it six inches to small but the second time around was fine. Comparison in size! It was taped together with double sided tape, and the ends we cut with scissors.
15. Detail Shot!!! So here’s the math: 8 (lb) x 16 (oz) = 128 (oz) / 1.5 (original size) = 85.33 Candy Bars in one!
16. The cooks at the eating party!
17. Open wrapper
18. WE managed to get the proportions correct, and the taste as well.
19. Oh how the mighty have fallen. THE END…or is it?