Peanut Butter Balls

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Peanut Butter Balls Peanut Butter Balls


Prep Time: 20 min
Difficulty: Easy

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1 cup peanut butter
1 cup honey
2 cups powdered milk
1 1/2 cups crushed cornflakes
1 1/2 cups finely chopped walnuts or pecans
1 cup powdered sugar

Directions

Mix peanut butter, honey, and milk together in a large bowl to form very thick mixture. Roll mixture in small balls about the size of a walnut. Roll the balls in either the crushed cornflakes, finely chopped nuts, or powdered sugar. Place on waxed paper and refrigerate for 20 minutes.

Prep Time 20 min
Level Easy
Yield 18 to 24 pieces

Show: Paula's Home Cooking
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By diane lester on August 05, 2013

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Our school cafeterias, back in the early 60s, used to serve these with lunch several times a month. Some kids didn't like them and I'd end up with theirs...often I got 5 or 6. Loved 'em. Thanks for the memories.

By Jacque P. on June 27, 2013

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HI PAULA THIS IS MINDY I LOVE WATCHING U...I WOULD LOVE TO MEET U IN PERSON AND COOK WITH U.U ARE MY FAVORITE PERSON....I HOPE U CAN MAKE MY DREAMS COME TRUE SINCERLY MINDY REYNOLDS

By mindy on January 19, 2013

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roll in crushed frosted flakes or honey nut cheerios! yum!

By Cyndi P. on August 31, 2012

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R. Flint, these are recipes that kids will like. These are a treat, sometimes people do give their kids a special treat once in awhile, for special occasions. If you need healthy, maybe try carrot and celery sticks. Not sure if your child will like that though.

By latrav on July 15, 2012

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On the Peanut Butter Balls recipe....it calls for powdered milk - do you use the dry milk powder or do you make the milk mix and use that way?

By Arlene on July 03, 2012

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Well, R Flint, here's a novel concept. If you don't like the recipe then don't prepare it. It's no different than many other treats, and it's not something you eat everyday. They are delicious!!!

By Linda k on July 01, 2012

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But these confections are indeed kid friendly! When I was in 6th grade (60 years ago) our teacher let us make these every Friday. the boys one week and the girls next! They were wonderful and I forgot about them, going to the kitchen as soon as I write this..................one thing, we always pt a walnut or pecan in the center. anyway you make them --delicious and good for you. yummmm

By PK Wood on March 10, 2012

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If you think that recipe is "kid friendly" you are insane. It couldn't be more high in fat and sugar if you tried.

By R Flint on January 22, 2012

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These are delicious and very simple. Thank you!

By P.B. on January 20, 2012

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Thank you for sharing this one. I used to eat these as a child and have for this recipe for years! I roll mine in crushed cornflakes and peanuts. Brings back some wonderful childhood memories.

By Tracy Smith on November 20, 2011

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MY HUSBAND AND I HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO GRILL BABY BACK RIBS, BUT WE NEVER TRIED IT MAINLY BECAUSE WE FIGURED THEY WOULD BE HIDEOUS!! NOW I FINALLY SEE THIS RECIPE THAT SEEMS DOABLE.....SO WE'RE GONNA GIVE IT A SHOT!! THANKS GUYS AND WISH US LUCK!! PLEASE TELL PAULA THAT I'LL BE SURE AND CUT THE MEMBRANE OFF THE BACK!!!! THANK YOU, AMY OGLETREE

By adcoogle on September 04, 2011

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hope someday i meet you in person... your great cooking mentor...GOD bless

By ma. jennifer lopez tulalian on August 29, 2011

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God bless you Paula and her sons.

By mercedes fayad posadas on August 01, 2011

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this recipe is very funny and wonderfull.thanks.

By mercedes on August 01, 2011

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This recipe reminded me of something simular to what I made when I was young in 4-h ,But I had lost the recipe. It used quaker oats instead of cornflakes.It is so wonderful when memories of my childhood days are something I can share with my girls. Thanks Anissa Thompson

By Anissa Thompson on May 19, 2011

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By Mary Church on March 30, 2011

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My sister made these and left them in the kitchen one day. Thats all it took for me to eat them all... one day. Absolutely amazing.

By Anonymous on March 27, 2011

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I have made these since I was a little girl, 25 years ago. I was so excited to see Paula making these on TV one day. I love them rolled in Corn Flakes. I think they are a great protien packed sweet treat. Thanks Paula!

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