Chocolate covered Peanut Butter Krispie Candy Recipe

Sunday, December 13, 2009

If you like Peanut Butter these are going to be a new candy on your Christmas baking list. These are my son Curt's favorite holiday cookie candy.

I make them every year. He always said that the dark chocolate is better than milk chocolate in the flavor.

I usually make a batch of both. The milk chocolate seems to be a little sweeter but I prefer the milk chocolate.


this is a peanut butter mixed with rice krispies , rolled into balls and dipped into milk or dark chocolate




this is a peanut butter mixed with rice krispies , rolled into balls and dipped into milk or dark chocolate


Easy to Make


I love no bake kinds of recipes like this one, they are so easy and really delicious.

The centers are rich with peanut butter and rice Krispies and dipped they become really decadent and a perfect combination together.


this is a peanut butter mixed with rice krispies , rolled into balls and dipped into milk or dark chocolate



this is a peanut butter mixed with rice krispies , rolled into balls and dipped into milk or dark chocolate




A crispy peanut butter candy. Great for a Christmas tray.




In a large bowl mix together:

2 cups peanut butter

1 stick butter melted and blend these two together.



Add to that butter mixture:

4 cups Rice Krispies

2 cups of powdered sugar

Make 1 inch balls and refrigerate until firm.



Melt a bag of dark or milk chocolate chips

Dip each ball into the melted chocolate and set on a wax papered cookie sheet or parchment paper. Refrigerate till chocolate is firm.

4 comments

  1. yum! those look simple and sweet!

    justine

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  2. I make nothing with rice krispies and my daughter adores those treats. I shall surprise her.

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  3. Looks really delicious, perfect treat for holidays.

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  4. is there any healthy alternative for confectioner's sugar?

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