I also photographed it all with my Evos camera so Im sure the quality will be lacking for those photo snobs out there. No apologies.
Its the most simple thing you can make
1 half of a baked potato (unless you need to make a whole lot)
about 2 boxes of powdered sugar
gnarly arm muscles
Get the potato and mash it up really good so its almost liquid, if there are lumps you might want to pull them out cause they dont taste really good. Then just start slowly pouring powdered sugar in until you get a dough texture. I cant give you an exact measurement because it seems to change every time you make it. Also it will blow your mind how much powdered sugar it takes. Its crazy really.
When you have the correct consistency, put some more powdered sugar on the wax paper and pour out the mixture.
Get a rolling pin, cover that in more powdered sugar (hey I never said this was low cal) and start rolling out. This is where the patience comes in, it gets really sticky and annoying and kinda hard to do but persevere. Also those hands are my dads hands and what hes pouring out is the second round in which my arms were too tired to roll out so I manned the camera.
Once you have it rolled out all nice and pretty apply liberal amounts of Peanut Butter, however much you want but prolly not too much.
Roll it up like so, being careful not to rip the dough, its really easy to do. Also the patience is needed here.
When its all done it should look something like this. Mine are usually alot thinner but this one ended up looking like a bureet. I dont care too much about how it looks as it all tastes the same in the end right?!
I know maybe it sounds gross but yall have to try this at least once! Its surprising how good it is.