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Onna 7 months ago
Soooo good! Definitely not a Reese’s but for a healthy alternative they’re pretty addictive when frozen
SharpSousChef 8 months ago
Pretty good. Used preroasted peanuts and I think that threw off the consistency as they were more dry. Will try again.
Shawn F. 9 months ago
Amazing! Made Allman butter recipe also and was just as good
Lisa a year ago
This rating is for the recipe as written, not something altered. My mom makes a very fattening, very unhealthy, and very delicious version of these. But these are just as good.
Annah M. a year ago
Delicious and easy, loved it
Peggy a year ago
These are addictive! I used 1/2 cup store-bought crunchy peanut butter that has no sugar and added a couple teaspoons of honey. This halved the recipe so I used 2 T of almond meal (I made this with whole almonds in my food processor) and 2 oz of an 85% dark chocolate bar. I omitted the coconut oil.
Heather Carr a year ago
Perfect ♥️ fiancé loves them and so do I!
Hana a year ago
Yummy. Definitely making again
Katarína Makarová a year ago
Loved it. I added some dark chocolate in it for crunch and roped with fresh cherries and mango. Yummmmm
AwesomeFoodLover a year ago
The peanut butter balls are amazing and so easy to make but ocean state is the spot to get almond flour (thats a substitute) but so good and so easy and I love them
Mateusz Kaczmarek 2 years ago
It’s really delicious and easy
Magestro 2 years ago
Yummy! Turned out great. Need to keep them cold.
C H. 3 years ago
What is not to love??? These are glorious! My only changes. . . I used PB2 cause I didn't have almond meal. . . And I added an extra Tablespoon of PB2 to make it dryer and easier to work with. . . Remember to refrigerate the filling after mixing it with the honey and almond meal, after scooping it onto a lined sheet pan, and after rolling into a ball and before coating with chocolate . . . Refrigerating or freezing definitely makes the PB so much easier to use. . . I didn't see the need for the oil with the melted chocolate so I have skipped that step each additional time I made these. Also creamy peanut butter works just fine if you don't have peanuts.
Yit Olivia Tisoni 3 years ago
Quick and easy to make! Simple whole food ingredients. Love the fact that it is not too sweet, you can also substitute almond meal for coconut flour