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KELLOGG'S* RICE KRISPIES* Peanut Butter Balls

"Filled with peanut butter and chocolate, this easy recipe is fun for the whole family."
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10 m servings 247 cals
Original recipe yields 24 servings

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  1. Line one baking sheet with waxed paper. In large bowl, mix icing sugar, peanut butter, coconut and 75 ml (1/3 cup) butter together until well blended. Gently fold in KELLOGG'S* RICE KRISPIES* cereal until well coated. Form into 2.5 cm (1-inch balls). To make the rolling of balls easier, use lightly dampened hands. Refrigerate on baking sheet 30 minutes.
  2. To make chocolate dip: In medium saucepan, over low heat melt chocolate chips, remaining butter and water together. If mixture is a bit thick for dipping add 1 to 2 tablespoons more hot water.
  3. Using two forks, drop a couple of peanut butter balls in chocolate mixture. Roll balls around in chocolate mixture to coat in chocolate. Chill on waxed paper-lined baking sheet until chocolate is set. Other serving suggestions: peanut butter balls can be served plain or lightly drizzled with chocolate dip. To decorate balls with chocolate, use tip of spoon to drizzle chocolate over balls.

Footnotes

  • In keeping with good allergy practices, we remind you to be aware of allergens and to check labels on any packaged goods used. This recipe has been tested using Kellogg's* products. Results with other products may vary.
  • *© 2010, Trademark of Kellogg Company used under licence by Kellogg Canada Inc.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 247 calories; 16.6 g fat; 25.2 g carbohydrates; 3.9 g protein; 12 mg cholesterol; 131 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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This was the best treat I have eaten with rice krispies thus far !!! Ther was a party in my tummy ....soooo YUMMY....sooo YUMMY! :0)

Most helpful critical review

Never, NEVER add water to chocolate chips when you're melting them. It's like mixing oil and water. It turns the chocolate into a fudge-like consistency and there is no way of re-liquifying it...

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Never, NEVER add water to chocolate chips when you're melting them. It's like mixing oil and water. It turns the chocolate into a fudge-like consistency and there is no way of re-liquifying it...

This was the best treat I have eaten with rice krispies thus far !!! Ther was a party in my tummy ....soooo YUMMY....sooo YUMMY! :0)

I did not care for this! I am not sure if I went wrong somewhere maybe because i used skippy peanut butter instead of kraft but it was not good, I just finished it and cant even stand the smell....

This was good, but not great. The flavor was kind of meh, and I used amazing peanut butter. I agree with everyone to not use water when melting the chocolate. I didn't attempt it with this recip...

I tried this recipe and it was pretty tasty. I did not put cold water in the chocolate and it worked well. But there was A LOT of rice krispies, so I added more of the other ingredients and it ...

This recipe is pretty good. Don't add cold water while heating chocolate or it congeals, as I found out. You can un-congeal it by adding boiling water to it in small amounts until it becomes liq...

I did not care for this.

I did everything on the ball part, the best one of PB balls I've tried....don't try the chocolate part, I just melt mine on a double boiler without adding anything and everything is awesome.

But I only use 2 cups of cereal or they are hard to form. Also just melt about 1/3 cup chocolate in microwave in 20 second increments until melted and put into a ziplock with snipped corner to ...