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I followed the recipe exactly as is but the peanut butter mixture turned out to be very soft and runny. i couldn't rolls them into balls. i think it was too much butter and not enough graham crackers. and, when i did manage to roll them into ball, they would melt and become more like a cookie. but the worst part is when i tried to coat them with the chocolate, they meleted and it became a mess. i don't know why it didn't work, can someone please troubleshoot, cuz i love them so much and i want to make them again but i can't figure out why they turned out so gooey

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Chef Amira June 02, 2011

Absolutely wonderful. I make treat filled tins for guests and party hosts around Christmas, and these are a great addition. My husband grew up eating them, and though these are different from the recipe his grandmother made, he still loves them. Thank you for posting, happy holidays!

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oldbern December 15, 2008

This is the same recipe I have used for years and it is always one of first items to disappear on my holiday trays. I also add a little parafin to the chocolate chips. Great recipe.

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carolinafan January 03, 2007

Tasty! Two of my friends and I made these and decided to turn it into a party. We had LOTS of left over chocolate, but strawberries and some wine took care of that!!! I put these in the fridge to cool because they seemed to take a while to harden on the counter...

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Emily C July 15, 2006

These were so easy and wonderful- I had to stop myself from eating the peanut butter mixture. The only thing I did differently was use corn flake crumbs instead of grahm cracker crumbs. Some of the grocery stores here don't carry them and I didn't feel like making my own. I figured they were for crunch, so the corn flake crumbs worked perfectly, personally I think they probably provide more crunch then the graham cracker crumbs, but I never had it the other way. Anyway, thank you these are going in my Christmas gift boxes.

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HeidiSue December 16, 2005

deliciuos & easy the kids love helping making these... sometimes i make extra graham cracker crumbs & cover the balls in it, chill then cover in chocolate to give it that extra something..

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Littlemomma August 30, 2005

THANK YOU!I have been looking for this recipe for two years! Its not easy finding the one that uses graham crackers. thanks again.

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momof2tots December 18, 2004

I am quite addicted to these as is the rest of my family and the little kids I share these with. Very yummy and nice treats these make!!

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Charishma_Ramchandani November 04, 2004
Peanut Butter Balls