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Peanut Butter Balls

Peanut Butter Balls

Peanut Butter Balls

Peanut Butter Balls
4.6 rating based on 12,345 ratings
4.6/5 (13)
Course: No-Bake CookiesDifficulty: Easy
Servings

24

balls

A no-bake “energy ball”-type cookie with Rice Krispies and coconut.

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup peanut butter

  • 1/4 cup orange blossom honey

  • 1/2 cup date sugar

  • 1 cup crispy rice cereal

  • 1/2 cup shredded coconut


Directions

  • Mix together peanut butter, date sugar and honey. Fold in rice cereal. Form into walnut size balls and roll in shredded coconut to coat. Chill and eat.

Notes

Reviews

Name & Location
(example: Sue in LA)
Rating
Review

★★★★★
My mother has made the recipe for awhile. We make them every christmas. Their the best.
- Tiffany in Delaware Ohio

★★★★★
I loved them. aLthough i would suggest no cocunut.
- Justine Wilson in Mountain City TN

★★★★★
Made my day. Crunchy, soft, chewy, nice. hate penut butter, loved these.
- Felea in canada

★★★★☆
they where pretty good i mean i tasted better. i sugest less honey. this is the first time and carrie your peanut butter balls are difinitly in my recipey box. but on the recipe for my box i wrote to put in less honey. thankz
- clayton in hartford kentucky

★★★★★
These cookies are delicious and VERY easy to make! My girls loved helping me make them. They had a lot of fun helping in the kitchen making cookines for the family for Christmas. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all!
- Robert in Kansas City, Ks

★★★★★
I really enjoyed these cookies, and they were really easy to make too! All my friends came back asking for more.I give this recipe 5 stars. I absolutely loved them. Also if you add some nuts or something it gives it a scrumptious crunch. They're positively wonderful!!!
- A Baker

★★★★★
These are great. I used coco pebbles instead of rice cereal. They worked wonderfully. The chocolate and peanutbutter combination was very tasty.
- A Baker

★★★★★
These are great! I tried something different with second batch: I melted chocolate and dipped them. It was good. I'm a chocolate lover so I had to do.
- Jennifer Fritzler in Belhaven, North Carolina

★★★★★
I loved them I want some moree (:
- rachel in california

★★★★★
This is a great recipe!! i love them!!!
- A Baker

★★★★★
Just don't put the coconut in, that's what I always do. Just take out the things you dislike and substitute something you do. Don't just say the recipe is bad!
- A Baker

★☆☆☆☆
Would not make this again. This is an absolute disaster the coconut absolutely ruins the taste of the peanut butter. It also leaves a icky after taste in your mouth. This is not something I would recommend.
- Analeisa in Oklahoma

★★★★★
Because I was creating for a work party, I multiplied everything except the honey by 4. I only used half a cup of honey. But they turned out great and went so fast I nearly didn't get any myself. Great recipe!
- Sissy in Austin, TX
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