One Word ! AWESOME !!! I make these every year and they are the first to go ! Great recipe !
I make these every year for our Christmas gathering and they are the most popular treat on the table! Thanks for posting, I will use this recipe again!!
A Christmas favorite in our house but we add 3 cups of Rice Krispies to this recipe and it adds a light crunch!
These turned out perfectly! I didn't decorate with different colored chocolates, but they were still delicious, although probably not as pretty. This will be a repeat treat at Christmas!
These are fantastic! I made these as part of my Christmas baking and everyone raved about the 'things' with peanut butter in them that melted in their mouths. These will be on my bake list every year going forward!
These are wonderful. I made these a couple of weeks ago. There are none left for Christmas so I am making more of them tonight. I was a little shy on the creamy peanut butter and used a litlle crunchy to make up the difference. I think I liked the fact that there were some peanuts in them. These are always a winner
After looking at the picture of these, who could resist them? I know I couldn't! I made them over the weekend to add to my cookie trays. They look so pretty done like Lavender Lynn did them, and I did mine just like them. These are rich, delicious and will be a pretty addition to my Christmas trays. We love them!
I can never make these Peanut Butter Balls in a consistent size. My dear sister had the knack, hers were always perfect. I'm wondering if maybe I should roll the peanut butter, powdered sugar mix into smaller balls. Anyone? Regardless of the odd sizes, the final taste result is absolutely yummy. I did add a bit of vanilla and used 3 cups of powdered sugar. Thanks so much for posting!
These were so very easy to do. I was alittle scared to try melting chocolate after my fiasco last year with making chocolate covered pretzel sticks but these were a breeze!! They tasted great too. My kids decided we should top them with white chocolate chips since i said they were buck"eyes". I am putting them in little christmas baggies and letting my daughters give them to teachers. Thanks for the great recipe. Will be making them every christmas!!