Largest peanut butter cup: Northwest Fudge Factory breaks Guinness World Records record (VIDEO)
Levack, ON, Canada -- Chantelle Gorham from the Northwest Fudge Factory in Levack, Ont., created a giant peanut butter cup in an afternoon; it's almost 80 inches in diameter and it's a blend of half chocolate and half peanut butter filling; the 600 pound treat is 17,768 times bigger than a normal peanut butter cup, thus setting the new world record for the Largest peanut butter cup, according to the World Record Academy.
Photo: Northwest Fudge Factory has successfully created the world's largest peanut butter cup, weighing in at 600 pounds. The previous world record, made by a chocolate shop in Los Angeles, was 440 pounds. (enlarge photo)
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The 600 pound treat was cut up and sold at Canada Day celebrations.
The dessert, which was bigger than a kiddie pool, was created by Chantelle Gorham from the Northwest Fudge Factory in Levack, Ont.
The finished creation is 17,768 times bigger than a normal peanut butter cup.
Gorham was trying to break a Guinness World Record, which currently sits at a modest 440 pounds.
"It's almost 80 inches in diameter. It's a blend of half chocolate and half peanut butter filling," she said.