White Chocolate Butterfinger Cups

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You may have seen my recent recipe for homemade peanut butter cups.  They were eaten up so fast in this house… that I had to make more!  But I wanted to try something a little different so I went with white chocolate on the outside and Butterfinger filling on the inside.  Yum!

I found the recipe for the Butterfinger filling from Tasty Kitchen, and used the same method as when I made the peanut butter cups.

I had these cute silicone cupcake / muffin liners that I decided to use, but you could use paper liners just the same.  Melted down the white chocolate and coated the cups.  Once the chocolate set, put a nice portion of Butterfinger filling in each one.  Finally, top with more melted chocolate to cover the filling.

I let them sit in the freezer overnight since I made them later in the evening.  The next day I popped them out of the liners.  I love the shape the liners gave the sides.

I did some plain….

And some with sprinkles!

They really do taste like the Butterfinger candy bar.  So if you are a fan, you just might want to give this a try.  As my husband said (after trying one), ‘they are just a little bit awesome’.  Lol.

*Store finished Butterfinger Cups in a cool place / in the refrigerator.

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  1. Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust says

    YUM! These are so pretty. I love that you used the silicone liners. I have some of those. Must try them next time I make chocolate dipped stuff.

  2. says

    Hi,Amber,
    These cakes look delicious. And tutorial is easy to follow. Could I summarize your post in my blog http://www.procraftideas.com? I will link to your website.
    Besides, if you have some great tutorial about crafts or cooking in the future, could you send one email to me? I will also summarize it and link to your posts. Thank you. My email is procraftideas (at) gmail (dot) com

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