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What do stop-motion and cooking have in common? We’ve combined these two creative forces to make the most adorable step-by-step cooking video of all time: delicious, no-bake peanut butter honeybees. Are you buzzing with excitement?
Find the full recipe and directions below, or gather your ingredients and push play! Either way, these bees will make your (and everyone else’s) day hum with “Mmmms” and “Ahhhs.”
No-Bake Peanut Butter Honeybees
From Taste of Home’s 1999 Quick-Cooking Annual Recipes. Makes four dozen.
1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
2 tablespoons butter or margarine, softened
1/2 cup powdered sugar
3/4 cup graham cracker crumbs (about 12 squares)
1/4 cup semisweet chocolate
1/3 cup sliced almonds, toasted
Plastic sandwich bag for chocolate striping
1. In a bowl, cream peanut butter, butter, and sugar until smooth. Add crumbs and mix well.
2. Shape teaspoonfulls of dough into 1-1/4-inch ovals, and place on a baking sheet or tray.
3. Place chocolate in a small, microwave safe bowl; microwave on high for 1 minute or until melted. Transfer melted chocolate to plastic sandwich bag. Cut a small hole in the corner of the bag to create your piping tool.
4. Pipe stripes (three’s a charm!) on each bee.
5. Insert two almonds into each bee for wings.
6. Use a toothpick to insert to poke holes for the eyes.
7. Store in the refrigerator, or land them to their final destination!
Even if you’re a busy bee, these are so simple that you’ll never have to arrive empty handed at a bbq or potluck again! And for extra cool points, when someone asks how to make them, show off the snazzy stop-motion cooking video. You can take credit for it, we won’t tell. 🙂
Awwwww! This adorable stop-motion video and yummy recipe have me abuzz about how incredibly awesome and innovative my coworkers are! I give a virtual ‘hive’ five to Julie and the Video Team for ‘bee-ing’ so talented.
love it! i’m going to make these and take them into work 🙂
These are adorable! I plan on making these for sure, just one question: the typed ingredients say 1/2 cup peanut butter, and the video says 1 cup, so which is the correct amount?
I noticed that too! Same with the powdered sugar… clarification please!
I’ve watched the video a couple times now, and I’m pretty sure that the measuring cup is filled to the 1 Cup mark with peanut butter.
Am I the only one slightly disappointed that there isn’t any honey in these honeybees? Well, screw it, I’m adding some to mine!
This is the most adorable cooking video I’ve ever seen!!
Amazing video, I just got up and it made my day 🙂 love the honeybees!! 😉
This is the cutest video ever! What a great idea/great way to demonstrate a recipe or any step-by-step instructions. Reminds me of old Sesame Street episodes — my fave!
lovin’ this, julie! adorable!
hehehe that was so so cute and I loved the music to go along with it. I would love to try this (but tend to hide the peanut butter stuff in the house because my 2.5 year old is allergic to it. wah!)
I made these tonight with my best friend. They’re really good 🙂
Okay, turning off the computer, and saying “Hello Kitchen! You ready for some bee’s?” 😀
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