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Peanut Butter Sauce for Ice Cream Sundaes??

butterballboy | Apr 20, 200506:49 PM     44

I used to live on the East Coast, where a rather reliable chain family restaurant and ice cream parlor known as Friendly's served up deliciously decadent ice cream concoctions. Among the best were their monstrous, sinfully good sundaes. My favorite was The Reeses Peices Sundae - a colossal ice cream trophy - drowned in whipped cream, hot fudge, and a lovely peanut butter sauce. Since I've moved to California, I've yet to find anything like it. Peanut Butter sundae sauce is not sold in any grocery store I've been to, and none of the local ice cream parlors I go to make anything similar.

Anyone know where to find it (or something akin to it) - either in the greater Los Angeles area or on the internet for ordering and shipping?

Would greatly appreciate any tips.. been dreaming about it for a while.

I've tried a few recipes for peanut butter sauce, but never comes out as good as what I've had.

Thanks for your help!

Link: http://www.friendlys.com/treats/menu/...

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