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  1. Those who can't eat Reese's Cups you can always make your own! 1 1/2 cups peanut butter 1 cup butter, softened 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 6 cups confectioners' sugar 4 cups semisweet chocolate chips Directions 1. Mix together the butter, vanilla, and confectioners' sugar 2. Once that is all mixed, start making 1inch balls(or whatever size honestly. Place them on a wax paper 3. Once you are done with that put them in your refrigerator for 12hrs or so, I usually make them at night and then the next night do the dipping 4. Once they have cooled and are harder, melt your chocolate! and dip away! This is a recipe for buckeyes, so they usually look like this Some people like to put wax in their buckeyes to give them a glossy finish but I personally think this ruins the taste. I hope this is useful! I couldn't imagine not eating Reese's cups!! Just make sure to buy all gluten-free items and you should be okay!