Glynda King Recipe

Easy Peanut Butter Balls

By Glynda King doodleandjimmy

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Glynda's Story

This is a great recipe for the kids to help!!! They are so yummy and fun!!! Makes about45-50 Peanut Butter balls.


3/4 jar(s)
creamy peanut butter (16. oz jar)
1 lb box
powdered sugar (approx 3 1/2 cups)
1 stick
unsalted butter
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1 tsp
pure vanilla extract
8 oz
chocolate almond bark

Directions Step-By-Step

Line large cookie sheet with “wax paper”
Mix all ingredients (except Chocolate) together in large bowl with your hands (This is messy, but the best way)
After the mixture comes together, start rolling 1 inch balls and place on cookie sheet and put in freezer for about 20 min. ( Makes about 45-55)
After 20 mins take out peanut butter balls, in a medium glass bowl melt chocolate in microwave. (I use 25 second intervals until chocolate is melted) Usually about 1- 1 1/2mins. Give it a quick stir and start dipping P/B Balls “using a toothpick” working at a fast pace, as the chocolate will cool off fast. Place back on cookie sheet a let cool for about 25 mins. Enjoy!!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Candies, Chocolate
Main Ingredient: Nuts
Regional Style: American

  • Comments

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    Shannon Morrison Brattyshay - Nov 16, 2011
    this is the recipe i have used for yrs they are so good.. i put rice krispies in them yummy gives it a extra crunch try a small bit u will love it...
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    gail moore porfilycousin - Dec 6, 2011
    what size jar peanut butter?
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    Angela Gray angiemath - Dec 6, 2011
    It is not necessary to leave a poor rating simply because someone is at work and cannot get back to you at your whim. JAP is a nice friendly community, rudeness doesn't have a place here. There are many peanut butter ball recipes on JAP, if you don't like this one go to the next. Thank you
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    Tina Trippel Evangelho TinaE - Dec 7, 2011
    Well said Angela!
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    Angela Gray angiemath - Dec 7, 2011
    Hey Tina, Come join us over on my page called "Preferred Products Past and Present". Would love to have you and Glynda !