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It should be easy to shape, like a soft yet dry dough. If it is very soft—too soft to shape, add additional powdered sugar a tablespoon at a time until it forms the correct texture. Place on the lined tray. Refrigerate while you melt the chocolate according to package instructions. Meanwhile, stir together the chips and cereal in a shallow bowl or platter. Roll each log in the chocolate and then immediately into the chip mixture to coat. Refrigerate minutes or until the coating is firm. Slice the ends off to expose the peanut butter filling for maximum accuracy.
Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate. Remove from fridge 5 minutes before serving at room temperature. For the best shelf-life store in an air-tight container in the refrigerator. Boppers should not, however, melt if kept at room temperature. For some reason, Peanut Butter Boppers, a snack rarely discussed that disappeared from the shelves in the s has haunted me for decades.
Growing up we did not eat much in the way of packaged snack food at all. For some reason, Boppers must have made it into the cart because I can still remember how they taste today. When the internet became a thing I tried to look them up to see if they were still regionally available or discontinued entirely. Boppers also made a cameo in The Lost Boys , they were on the shelf the boys were not allowed to touch in the refrigerator along with the root beer and Oreos.
So someone out there was eating them besides me! Remember to use actual melting chocolate though so it sets up properly. Alternatively, you can melt and temper your own chocolate but this is much easier and for this, just as tasty. Also, use mini chips to coat, regular chips are just too big and will fall off. They really do taste like the Boppers I remember of course, I was about 6 back then so it has been a while but perhaps slightly better thanks to using better quality ingredients.
Satisfyingly peanut buttery, slightly crunchy and chocolatey. I just made these and they are surprisingly accurate. Thanks for sharing this recipe! They have haunted me for decades as well and I can still taste them when I think about them.
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