Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Bliss Balls


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Meanwhile heat the chocolate in a double broiler over medium heat. Stir till melted and reduce heat to low. Let the chocolate cool for a few minutes before you dip the balls. Once it has cooled enough, dip and roll peanut butter balls in the melted chocolate to cover them.

Then transfer balls back to parchment paper. Peanut Butter Bliss Balls. 1 cup peanut butter OR allergy-friendly alternative.

1/4 cup applesauce, plus scant 2 tbsp if needed. 1 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract. Combine dates, oats and peanut butter in a food processor and process until very finely chopped.

Roll into 9 balls. Melt chocolate and drop balls one at a time into a saucepan. Use a spoon to coat ball with chocolate and remove it from saucepan. Ingredients.

220g / about 12 medjool dates, pitted. 70g / 1/2 cup pecans. 2 tbsp peanut butter.

2 tbsp cocoa powder. 2 tbsp maple syrup. Place all ingredients except the honey/maple syrup in a food processor and blend until it forms clumps (add more coconut oil if the mixture is too dry).

Continue blending and slowly pour in the honey/maple syrup. The mixture will be slightly sticky. Roll into snack sized balls and refrigerate.

Place peanut butter, vanilla extract and maple syrup in a bowl. Mix until smooth and well combined. Add chia seeds, coconut and chocolate powder of choice. Directions. Step 1. Mix corn flakes cereal, confectioners’ sugar, peanut butter, and butter together in a bowl.

Scoop mixture using a melon baller into balls Step 2. Melt chocolate chips. Ingredients: 1-1/2 cup creamy peanut butter. 1/2 cup butter, softened. 1 teaspoon vanilla.

3 cups powdered sugar. 12 oz bag of chocolate chips. 2 tablespoons shortening. Roll the peanut butter filling into 1 inch balls and line the baking sheet with rows of the balls.

Set the baking sheet in the freezer for 5-7 minutes to chill the peanut butter balls for easier dipping. Step 3 While the peanut butter balls are chilling, melt the chocolate in the microwave in a microwave safe bowl that is deep enough for dipping. Melt the chocolate according to the package directions. Dip the peanut butter balls one at a time into the melted chocolate. Let the excess chocolate drip off, as the chocolate will pool a little when you set it down.

Place the dipped peanut butter chocolate ball onto.

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Combine 1 cup semisweet chocolate chips and ½ cup crunchy peanut butter in large bowl; microwave, stirring occasionally, until melted, 1 to 3 minutes.

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While the chocolate bases are freezing, make the peanut butter filling by mixing the peanut butter, coconut oil, and salt in a medium bowl.

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Combine 4 tablespoons each butter, creamy peanut butter and chocolate chips in a small microwave-safe bowl and microwave until melted.

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Pour the chocolate over the peanut butter mixture, and spread to cover evenly.

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You can also make these with cashew butter instead of peanut butter and add some mint extract for a chocolate mint truffle!

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The crust is made from crushed Oreos; the filling is a cream cheese and peanut butter mousse; the crunchies in the mousse are a spiced mix of peanuts and chocolate; the shiny glaze is bittersweet chocolate ganache; and it’s all topped off with a dusting of salted peanuts.

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Spoon the mixture into a ziplock plastic bag; snip 1 corner of the bag, and squeeze to drizzle the peanut butter mixture over the pretzels.

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Melt 2 (2-ounce) chocolate bark coating squares; dip peanut brittle pieces into melted chocolate.

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Make the topping: Melt the bittersweet chocolate and peanut butter in a heatproof bowl set over a pan of simmering water (or in the microwave on high in 25-second increments, stirring aftereach, about 1½ minutes total).

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Remove the peanut butter balls from the freezer and submerge them in the chocolate mixture to coat evenly.

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  • Hello dear friend. Your recipe is wonderful. I was pleased to see him. I really like it. Hello to you and your channel followers from my kitchen. The recipe is for 10 + �������� ♥ ️ ♥ ️��‍♂️��‍♂️��‍♂️��‍♂️

  • A couple days ago I made chocolate date balls and also PB ones (not mixed) for a whole NONVEGAN class because we were having a potluck, and they were gone within 5 MINUTES

  • Could u make a video about intuitive eating? I am too focussed on intuitive eating that I overthink it and then I do not eat intuitive.

  • Looks yummy and easy to make thank you but just remember if you touch your phone wash your hands before you handle food very important!

  • Any ideas for substituting peanut butter? I am allergic to all nuts and their butters? Peanuts are technically legumes, but are guilty by association in other words cross-contaminated with other nuts and nut butters.

  • The rice cereal is that Rice Krispies? I don’t recall hear any measurements? Perhaps I missed it. I will look over it again. Thank you. ��

  • Thanks for uploading Hannah despite being under the weather. I didn’t receive a new video notification from you yesterday and I felt lost. Hahaha Hope you’re feeling better!

  • These came out greatthank you for this awesome recipe. The only thing I did different was replace the peanut butter for powdered PB. It’s a lot less fat. ♥️

  • Just made these and they are AWESOME! I’ve made the ones with dates and walnuts in the past and my kids thought they were okay, but they loved these! I think they taste a lot like the no bake cookies are used to make. Thanks for a great recipe!

  • Oh. My. Goodness!!!! AMAZING!!!! I made these last night and they turned out fantastic!!! My kids loved them and I know what I can have for treats at Christmas time now without feeling deprived of all the goodies. I love Nutracelle!!!! I’m 50 lbs down and NEVER going back��

  • You can insert a toothpick into the candy, freeze the candy and then dip the candy into chocolate. It seems to me more convenient.

  • Looks delicious! It’s funny that the longer I’m vegan the more yummy recipe I come across and don’t feel like I’m missing out on things!

  • If you put those on a cake cooling rack, the chocolate goes on better, then put a little curly q on top, I will make these for xmas! I’m the candy maker, don’t tell everybody how easy it is to make candy, they think I work hours on it ��

  • Just found you today! I have a small scoop so was only able to make 13 from my batch, but that’s ok by me as I can easily make another batch. I freeze all nuts and seeds; I then grind them in batches and put the ground items in the freezer too. I ended up with a mixture of ground chia and flax seeds along with a few tablespoons of hemp seeds to make the 1/2 cup needed. Delicious; I will make again! Now I’m off to look at more of your recipes!

  • Just posted a video for a vegan breakfast idea! It is short, please come to my channel to watch it and leave comments of things I could improve!

  • Why wouldn’t you mix the powdered sugar into the peanut butter/butter mixture? Seems like it would mix in easier. Just a thought….

  • I can”t wait to make these with my ten year old son! he loves cooking with me in the kitchen and peanut butter and chocolate are right up his alley. Thanks so much for sharing this one, Laura!

  • Just made these. They were my first ever date balls. I’ve come to the conclusion that I’d much rather actually eat the date in it’s whole form instead of going through all of that fancy effort. Date balls tasted exactly like dates

  • Differently would also take a nice p.b bath.just laugh every time you” say just be patient”.then I think of how many people are actually cussing

  • I live in Ohio the Buckeye state! When we make these we make them look like Buckeyes,. It’s basically the same,but we leave one end open, they look just like Ohio Buckeyes,. So much fun, but I guess that is just our thing! We just use butter, confectionary sugar, a little vanilla, and peanut butter! The Buckeyes are a great hit especially during Football season, big hit at the games here at Ohio State Buckeyes Football! You also can use the feeling to make fast peanut butter fudge just spread it in a pan, and refrigerate to harden it up!

  • Looks good! It might be helpful to put the pb powder through a sieve before rolling the bliss balls in it. I think they will be more evenly coated and more peanut butter is always better right!?:)

  • Don’t add crisco shortening into the chocolate and it is not healthy since it has chemical in it it and should add butter or else not crisco