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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Patty W. 3 months ago
These are excellent!
Phillips 6 months ago
My whole family loves these!
Keri B. 6 months ago
Small, but delicious.
Elizabeth 7 months ago
These are AMAZING, just very small. Still they taste great! I’m very happy to have found this recipe
Yummly User 9 months ago
Keto fat/carb ratio should be around 10/1 this is not a true Keto recipe
Stacy 10 months ago
They turned out great! I will make these again.
Debra 10 months ago
My boyfriend is a peanut butter fiend but he doesn't care for dark chocolate. The first time I made this simple recipe, I had read in the comments that someone only half-dipped the balls in the chocolate mix to cut out even more calories. I did this with regular chips. It was delicious but the second time I made them, I left the chocolate out completely. I have made them this way for him ever since. I've also tried them with natural almond butter and those are good too.
shelly s. 10 months ago
Amazing recipe! I do have to say that melting the chocolate chips in the microwave didn't work for me. The chocolate became lumpy. Instead I used a makeshift double boiler with a pyrex bowl over a pot of simmering water. Using the tooth picks to pop the peanut butter balls into the melted chocolate also helped. Making again and again and again!!
gl 10 months ago
so far this is the best keto dessert and I have tried them all!
carol p. 10 months ago
Loved them! Made as instructed and will definitely make them again.
J Z a year ago
Turned out great! This was my second batch, cut back a little on the sweetener and added +1 tbs of almond flour and +1 cup of peanut butter...spot on for my taste.
McGuire a year ago
Turned out perfectly ! Such a great nighttime treat!
Brenna Fair a year ago
Taste ridiculously good
Candace Thompson a year ago
I made as recommended and used a toothpick inserted into the balls to swirl them into the chocolate covering just half of the ball and saving some calories too. They are delicious. Be careful not to overheat the chocolate because it clumps if you do.
Angie a year ago
Amaz-balls! Used Camino baking chocolate and omitted the MCT oil
Chuck G. a year ago
Made these little Peanut butter balls and its actually pretty easy and they are good!
Jennifer Carlile a year ago
These are awesome! I couldn’t find stevia chocolate chips so I had to use organic dark chocolate chips. These are better than Reese’s cups. I’m glad I made these!