Peanut Butter Balls

"This recipe is from an old recipe book I found. These are my grandsons's favorite recipe. I am required to bring these to holiday get togethers:) I have made these with chocolate and white chocolate. Time does not include refrigeration time. I am unsure of exact quantity as I always double or triple the recipe."
Peanut Butter Balls created by Jubes
Ready In:
1hr 10mins



  • Mix peanut butter and soft butter until well mixed.
  • Add Rice Krispies and mix well.
  • Add powdered sugar; mix well. (I found it easier to mix with my hands).
  • Mold into melon ball-sized balls.
  • Put in refrigerator until cold.
  • Melt chocolate as per instructions on package. I use coating chocolate bar squares that comes in the one pound or two pound packages and melt in microwave. I usually double the recipe. You can use a bag of chocloate chips and 1/2 bar paraffin, if desired, and cook in double boiler or microwave. I have fixed both ways and perfer the chocolate squares.
  • Dip balls into chocolate and drain on waxed paper. I store my in the refrigerator.
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  1. Cookalot
    These are the best ever. I've used the exact recipe for years and they alway get gobbled up when I Take them to parties.
  2. djmastermum
    I thought these were kind of average, kids loved them though more of a taste for children. I liked the crunch that the Rice Krispies gave them. Made for the AUS/NZ recipe swap #36.
  3. Lucky in Bayview
    These were a big hit here. I split the batch, using 1/2 dunked in white chocolate and 1/2 in semi-sweet. We liked the white choclate ones better. Next time I'll try milk chocolate. DH could not stop eating these. Thank you for posting this fun recipe!
  4. Jubes
    *Reviewed for Aussie Forum Recipe Swap July 09* My eldest daughter has happily taken these to a friends place. A whole group of friends are getting ready for the school dance and munching on your Peanut Butter Balls. Anyways...they've rung me and said they are wonderful. All six of them give you a BIG 5 STARS. I'm betting there wont be any come home either. I made half the recipe and got 44 balls. Using gluten-free ingredients these make a wonderful gluten-free celebration treat. I think that next time I make them I will place them on a wire cooling rack (over some paper) for the excess chocolate to drain off. Super easy to make> I melted the chocolate in the microwave. THese also would be a good recipe for kids to make as they are no bake and no cutting required. Photo also being posted. Thanks happynana- I'm sure that we will be using this recipe again
  5. Jubes
    Peanut Butter Balls Created by Jubes

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