I have a question for you all. Who all are addicted to Pinterest? Lately, I have been so addicted to it that I have to unwillingly close it in order to avoid cravings for all things delicious because it starts making me ‘hangry’ after some time. Can anyone relate or am I the only one?
So just the other day, I came across several peanut butter chocolate chip ball recipes on Pinterest and well, I couldn’t resist making them. You see, peanut butter & chocolate cravings, especially on weekends is a deadly combination.
Warning – If you are a peanut butter + chocolate lover, you will want to leave everything and make them right now! 💕 This is one of the easiest recipes that is sure to satisfy those sudden sweet cravings.
“There’s nothing that a little peanut butter & chocolate can’t fix!”
Made from just 4 ingredients (ok make it 5 if you count the coconut garnish on top) this is a perfect treat or even as a gift for that special loved one.
Here’s what you’ll have to do –
Ingredients Instructions Notes If you find that the mixture is a little sticky and you are finding it difficult to roll them in balls, try placing it in the fridge for 15 minutes before shaping them into balls.
If you find that the mixture is a little sticky and you are finding it difficult to roll them in balls, try placing it in the fridge for 15 minutes before shaping them into balls.
And if there are any left, (which I highly doubt since they are so addicting) store in an airtight container at room temperature or keep them in the fridge if you like them chilled.
So I say, ditch that cookie with loads of butter and flour in it and try making these fun no-bake chocolate peanut butter balls for a change. At least, you won’t feel as guilty while eating them 😇
I have used less sugar just like the time I made the Mango Muffins since I prefer things to not be overly sweet. But you can always adjust the sweetness as per your liking.
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