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Reviews of Chocolate Peanut Butter Crispy Balls

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  Renee in MN  Dec 11, 2009
Would make this again.
Tasted wonderful; mixture was rather sticky, but i found it i molded the mixture into a ball rather than rolling it, it was easier. I am not a fan of using parifin wax in food, but it will help smooth out the chocolate so it will dip easier, rather than being globby. 3 stars

  gavin's mom in Canada  Dec 9, 2009
Would not make this again.
I've made these a million times from a different recipe and they've always turned out fine. But I won't make them again from this recipe -- there's definitely something wrong with it. They're too sticky, hard to roll, and they don't freeze well or harden up like they should after being chilled. Keep searching for a better recipe than this! 2 stars

  Alisha in Canada  Dec 6, 2009
Would make this again.
I really liked how easy they were to make and I got about 5 1/2 dozen out of the recipe for a baking exchange.
The only thing I would note is that the peanut butter starts to melt at room temperature and that makes it more sticky, so I would just keep adding more icing sugar to keep it like dough.
Also I used little paper candy cups, easy to transport, give as gifts, and sprinkled the finished balls with ground almonds to hide the imperfections. :)
5 stars

  Katrina in Louisiana  Nov 25, 2009
Would make this again.
These are such a favorite around our house and family....I actually put the cereal in a bag and roll it with a rolling pin until it is fine.... I will be making these for an up coming cookie/candy exchange! 5 stars

  amanda in MN  Nov 25, 2009
Would make this again.
Try crushing the rice cereal in a bag with a rolling pin. the smaller chunks should make it easier to mold into a ball 5 stars

  Nancy in StL, MO  Nov 13, 2009
Would make this again.
I've made this recipe for years and everyone loves it. I rub oleo on my hands to keep my hands from getting sticky and ease in rolling the balls. It does not ruin the taste or texture of the ball. 5 stars

  Baker Bob in Rockford MI  Nov 4, 2009
Would make this again.
I use Jif extra cruncy peanut butter and an extra 2/3 cup of Rice Krispies. Also use Giradelli semi sweet chocolate chips for coating. The balls disappear very quickly. 5 stars

  Carolyn in Texas  Feb 22, 2009
Would make this again.
My parents get me to make these all the time. The first time i made these I did it to get extra credit for a class, now I make them all the time. But they are still good. I change the recipe up a bit, I add half a cup of milk and a little bit of oatmeal. They taste great! 5 stars

  Gina in Texas  Feb 19, 2009
Would make this again.
I brought these to the office Christmas party and everyone hated them!
I got fired!
1 star

  Nicole in Stamford, CT  Dec 26, 2008
Would make this again.
I LOVE THESE and so does everyone else! I am asked to make them every year! They are easy and quick... one batch makes about 40 depending on how big or small you roll them. 5 stars

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