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    Looking for Mr. Goodbar Sundaes

    Vegetarian • 11 mins to make • Serves 4


    1 cup Peanuts, red salted


    1 jar Chocolate fudge sauce
    1/4 cup Honey

    Baking & Spices

    1 Whipped cream


    2 pints Vanilla ice cream


    8 Chocolate covered crunchy peanut bar, mini
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