Peanut Butter Balls

Peanut Butter Balls…what an awesome snack. Healthy too. They are better the second day but good luck keeping them in the fridge that long to find out!

And, Peanut Butter Balls are so simple to make…

  • Peanut Butter Balls
    • 1 C creamy peanut butter
    • 3 C powdered milk
    • 1 C honey
    • toppings: crushed corn flakes, wheat germ or coconut
    • Mix all ingredients in a large bowl until well blended. (No mixer necessary, clean hands work great)
    • Roll mixture into 1 inch balls.
    • Roll balls into topping; coat well.
    • Eat right away or chill in a covered container for at least 2 hours.
    • *makes about 30 balls

With a little arm work, you’ll be amazed how these come together and like I mentioned Peanut Butter Balls get better with time so try to wait awhile to let them get cold.

Starting out…

And then the arm work part begins.

Start stirring, swiveling, jabbing, mashing, and any other motion that accomplishes blending. You may feel intimidated at first, but keep with it. Remember The Little Engine That Could? Same concept totally applies here.

Pretty soon you will get this…

Looks kind of crumbly right?

Well I guarantee if you squeeze the mixture up a bit as the balls are rolled, it really forms nicely.

Crushed corn flakes, wheat germ or coconut are great candidates for rolling the Peanut Butter Balls in.

Personally, I’d say the crushed corn flakes are the way to go. Yum!

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