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Advent Calendar Cookbook—Day 1: Buckeyes


Advent 2022 begins today (Sunday, Nov. 27) and ends Saturday, Dec. 24. The season is a time of preparation for the celebration of the Nativity of Christ. For more on Advent, read this blog by Darren Poley, Librarian for Theology & Religious Studies; Humanities & Classical Studies. Join Mission and Ministry for Advent reflections from the Villanova community. Sign up to receive seasonal reflections via a daily email, PDF booklet, or print booklet (limited quantity). Explore previous reflections here.

To celebrate the end-of-year tradition, Falvey Library staff are sharing their favorite holiday recipes. Enjoy these daily dishes, and maybe try making one (or two) of these recipes with your friends and loved ones. Happy Holidays, Wildcats!

Advent Calendar Cookbook—Day 1: Buckeyes

Recipe submitted by Kallie Stahl, Communication & Marketing Specialist

O-H! The (un)official dessert of the state of Ohio, Buckeyes (basically a homemade Reese’s peanut butter cup) are named after the nuts of the Buckeye tree (the state tree of Ohio). Though the actual nuts of the Buckeye tree are poisonous, their look-a-like peanut butter balls are a delicious delicacy! Served during every THE Ohio State University football game, many Ohioans expect these treats to be featured on holiday cookie trays. If you enjoy peanut butter and chocolate, check out the simple recipe below.

Mix:

  • 2½ cups creamy peanut butter (Jif if possible).
  • 4 cups powdered sugar.
  • 1 stick margarine.

Roll into balls (about a tablespoon of the mixture) and chill overnight.

The next day:

  • Melt Ghirardelli dark chocolate squares (bricks or pellets) in a double boiler or in small batches in the microwave.
  • Use toothpicks to dip the peanut butter balls into melted chocolate.
  • Chill overnight.

Kallie Stahl ’17 MA is Communication and Marketing Specialist at Falvey Memorial Library.

 

 


 


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