Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls

Servings: 18-24 pieces
Prep Time: 45 min
Cook Time: 30 min
Difficulty: Easy

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1 cup peanut butter
1 cup honey
2 cup powdered milk
1 cup confectioners’ sugar
1 cup melted chocolate
1 1/2 cup crushed sweetened corn cereal (recommended: Corn Flakes)





Mix peanut butter, honey, and milk together to form very thick mixture. Roll out into small balls about the size of a walnut. Roll in confectioners’ sugar. Dip in melted chocolate. Roll in crushed cereal. Place on waxed paper and refrigerate until set.

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Looking good . Got to try these .

By susan on February 08, 2014


Thanks for encouraging home canning. I have been doing it for 48 years. I really admire you. Keep up your enthuseasiam.

By Sue spencer on July 20, 2012


Dear Paula i love your recipes you help women and men who do not know to cook to be able to make a wonderful dishes thank you for allowing people to be able to look up recipes like chicken and dumplings something that i been wantint to make for my family for a long time. Once again Thank you

By Edwina Bragg on January 20, 2012


Frosted Flakes??? Awesome idea!!! Thank you so much for the great idea.

By Chris Esquivel on December 24, 2011


I tried making these and it made a huge mess. I made it for my dad for fathers day. I tried melting the chocolate in a glass cup in the microwave and it burned the i remember watching a episode of her having to melt chocolate and then i remembered that u have to have boiling water then put the chocolate in the bowl and put the bowl over the boiling water. it was a HUGE mess.

By Raine Reeves on June 21, 2011


I love your recipes and I hope to try them one day one thing how do you cook so great?

By sarah richards on May 11, 2011


I have a very silly question, on your chocolate peanut butter balls, do you use the dry milk powder. The recipe says the mixture is very thick, so I am assuming the powder, but just want to check!!! Love your show!! Thanks alot. Judy

By judy lyle on May 05, 2011


I really liked that it really sounds good i love all ur recipes

By Lisa Bowyer on April 25, 2011


Every first Wednesday of the month we celebrate the staff's birthday. One of the staff made your Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls and it was delicious. She had it refrigerated, but I love it at room temperature. I am always on the market for fast, and simple recipies. I am sure this will be a hit on my next church potluck.

By Pamela Peak on April 18, 2011


For Easter, make these in egg shapes, and after dipping in chocolate, dip in sprinkles.

By Anonymous on March 28, 2011


Ok, so I want to make these this evening but I don't have powdered milk. Do you have to use that kind?

By Anonymous on December 23, 2010


keep up those simple southern recipies doing a fine job I would love to have a simple deermeat recipe from you my husband and I eat alot of deermeat thanks!

By donna gray on December 14, 2010


These are good BUT is there an easy way to "dip" these in chocolate?

By Anonymous on December 08, 2010


When Christmas rolles around, it is the most requested candy I have for my fruit/cookies baskets. I make at least 4-5 batches and dip them in melted chocolate. I freeze them till baskets are made. Well if they are not stolen from the freezer first.

By Anonymous on December 02, 2010


Peanut butter and chocolate. A match made in heaven. Easy, fun recipe to makes with the kids. One question though... Can anything be substituted for the honey?

By Anonymous on August 26, 2010


this is the best reicpe ever. yah'll

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By Anonymous on December 24, 2009


These are wonderful!!

By Anonymous on December 15, 2009


By Anonymous on November 25, 2009


Because of the powdered milk, I wasn't sure how these would taste, but if Paula likes em, I had to try them. They were a HUGE hit. Paula, my son's love em every bit as much as you!

By ladyscorpion_2000 on February 08, 2009

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