Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

My youngest DD brought this recipe home from school. It was on one her worksheets. She is making them for our Easter dinner this year. I have guessed at the preparation time and it is not including the time needed to chill the dough.


  1. In a bowl, mix together the graham cracker crumbs, sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg.
  2. Add the peanut butter and corn syrup. Stir well.
  3. Roll heaping teaspoons of the mixture into balls. Place them on a large plate covered with waxpaper. Put the plate in the refrigerator for about an hour.
  4. Take peanut butter balls out of refrigerator. Put powdered sugar in small bowl. Roll each ball in the powdered sugar until it is covered.
  5. Enjoy.


Most Helpful

These go together in a snap! Other than the chilling time, you can have these done really fast. They are perfect when you want that little bite of peanut butter with a slight crunch. I figured it out and they only have 1 Weight Watchers point per ball. That's enough to satisfy a sweet tooth. I love the taste of cinnamon and nutmeg in these as well. My balls held together just fine. Also, I only needed 1/2 cup of the powdered sugar and that was still too much. Perhaps the added cocoa had something to do with the previous reviewer's problem with them not holding together well. I made these for Pick A Chef Spring 2009.

Lainey6605 March 24, 2009

These are very tasty! I accidentally used too much cinnamon but they are still good! I did find the mixture to be a bit crumbly but once pressed together firmly, the balls stayed together without any problem. I didn't measure the powdered sugar, just kept adding until I had rolled them all, but I'm sure it was well under 1 cup's worth. I ended up with 18 balls from one batch. Thanks for the recipe Beverly!

flower7 December 06, 2009

Quick and easy, but with the corn syrup, I think I'll keep the added 2 T.s of plain sugar out of my next batch. They're certainly sweet enough already.

Rivergal9 August 21, 2013

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