Chocolate Peanut Butter Bites

 

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Add the peanut butter, maple syrup, vanilla and water to the oat mixture. Mix until well combined (it will eventually form into a batter that resembles stiff cookie dough). 3. Shape into 25 balls. No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Energy Bites. Loaded with old fashioned oats, peanut butter, protein powder and flax seed.

A healthy on the go protein packed snack!4 Ingredient Chocolate Peanut Butter No Bake Energy Bites Recipe (V, GF): an easy, one bowl recipe for irresistible no bake bites packed with peanut butter and chocolate flavor! They taste like Reese’s Peanut Butter. No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Coconut Bites Melt the peanut butter, honey, and coconut oil in a medium-size saucepan over medium-low heat. Stir frequently as the mixture melts.

When it has melted, remove from the heat and add the chocolate. Add the peanut butter, coconut flakes and cocoa powder, and mix until incorporated and the mixture begins to turn into a dough. It should be slightly sticky and very thick.

Roll the mixture into round balls using the help of saran wrap (wrap it around the bites to form a circle), until all the mixture is finished. A few tips and variations: Choose a banana that’s ripe but still firm. If it’s not ripe enough, it will be tasteless.

If it’s too ripe, it will be Coconut oil is optional but it makes the chocolate a lot easier to melt, work with and set. Use unrefined coconut oil to If the chocolate starts to. In a small pan over medium-high heat, add the almond butter, mashed banana, honey, and vanilla extract, stirring until smooth and fully combined. Bring the mixture to a boil before removing from heat. Stir in oats and chopped nuts, mixing well.

Set aside and allow the mixture to cool before adding the chocolate chips. In a small bowl, beat the milk, peanut butter and vanilla until smooth. Add biscuit mix just until blended. Fold in chocolate chips.

Drop by rounded tablespoonfuls 2 in. apart onto ungreased baking sheets. Bake at 375° for 10-12 minutes or until edges are lightly browned. Cool for 2 minutes before removing to wire racks. Try making these delicious Frozen Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter Banana Bites!

They are super easy to make, only require 3 ingredients, and can be. Combine WW protein booster, 7 Tbsp powdered peanut butter, banana, water, and salt in a large food processor; process until combined. Add oats and flour; pulse until mixture forms a ball.

Using a Tbsp measure, scoop dough into 20 balls. Place remaining 1 Tbsp powdered peanut butter.

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

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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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In a microwave-safe bowl, heat the peanut butter and butter on high in 30-second increments, stirring in between, until 3 tablespoons creamy natural peanut butter 2 tablespoons unsalted butter melted and smooth.

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Place the peanut butter chips and remaining ½ tablespoon shortening in a small microwave-safe bowl; microwave on HIGH until melted and smooth, about 45 seconds to 1 minute, stirring after 30 seconds.

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I make these with crunchy peanut butter, but you can use a smooth butter if that’s your preference.

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2 medium fresh bananas Combine chocolate and peanut butter in glass bowl and microwave for 30-second increments stirring each time until chocolate is melted and blended with peanut butter.

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In addition to chocolate chips and peanut butter, they contain relatively few ingredients: just oats, corn syrup, brown sugar, butter or margarine, vanilla, and salt.

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Beat the cream cheese, brown sugar, peanut butter, and 1 tablespoon of the heavy cream with an electric mixer on medium speed until light and fluffy, 2 to 3 minutes.

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  • Peanut butter is not very good at all even if it’s “all natural.” Peanuts contain a mold in them and other nut butters are much better. Oats contain gluten if they don’t say gluten free, and gluten is bad for you. Plus, it depends on the chocolate chips

  • How about food grade cocoa butter. But not knocking coconut oil for it makes fried potatoes and fried eggs better than vegetable oil.

  • Hi, I love your recipe but I have a question my melted chocolate and peanut butter are creamy and slightly thick, how to make them like yours that is a bit liquid? Thank you.

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  • bonjour pouvez vous écrire vos recettes en français ( les ingrédients ) comme ça tout le monde peux essayer vos recettes
    merci ��✍��

  • Has anyone here made this recipe with butter? What proportions did you use? Butter has less saturated fats than coconut oil and is also solid at room temperature, so is a decent substitute. Also, where do you store these? Fridge or freezer, or my food cupboard? Thanks ����

  • You guys should do a Harry Potter series in the time leading up to “Fantastic Beasts” release. Maybe make butterbeer, cockroach clusters (typically some variant of chocolate covered peanuts), etc. Just an idea.:)

    Anyway, love the show!:)

  • I heard somewhere that if you melt half the chocolate then after add the rest to melt it hardens better in the end. Do you know anything about this?

  • Hi my friend!!! Your recipe looke very nice!!!! Great video cake recipe… And music too!!!! This is a real video!!! I love it!!!!! Hello from FRANCE!!!! ������������������������

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

  • Just found this. I’m a hazard in the kitchen but I made these for my girlfriend for Valentines Day. I had to try one ☝️ and they are awesome. Hopefully I can save a few to give her ��

    Thank you ��

  • Has anyone tried this? I added one cup of powdered sugar and thought it was so sweet so I didn’t add the other 3/4 cup. Did anyone else try this?

  • This is a terrible way to make them a better way is to melt the chocolate by itself and melt the peanut butter with white chocolate

  • For all of you asking about the oil substitutes, I’m sure you don’t need oil. Store bought chocolate already has oil and doesn’t need oil for it to melt and the peanut butter doesn’t need oil either since it’s mostly fat as well. For the peanut butter I would add agave or some liquid sweetener since this has basically no sugar and I need my sugar.

  • 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!

  • Made these yesterday. They taste like flapjacks with an ungodly amount of peanut butter added. Nice but could use more sweetness imo

  • These do look good, but if you want to wait almost 2 hours for them to harden even a little. I took them out after 30 minutes and they were still warm and soft. After waiting for a long time, they tasted awesome. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Peanuts are Not Kosher for Passover! So how do you make peanut butter cups? They are legumes, not nuts. Legumes are not allowed during Passover??

  • Was really tasty
    THANKS FOR THE RECIPE
    this one is way better than the other recipes. Plus, i also LOVEEEEEEE coconut so………..=-)
    =)
    ^ω^

  • if you don’t grins the flax seeds there’s no point in putting them in at all bc they go straight through your digestive system without getting broken down or giving you any nutritional value because of the hard slick coating

  • I love your videos! You are so natural and down to earth. I never fail to smile or laugh. Great recipes also! Keep them coming!

  • Chocolate, vegan? You do know that about 90% of cocoa grown in the world involves child labor? Or is it just cruelty against animals that is not accepted and humans are fare game?

  • 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 + �������� ♥ ️ ♥ ️��‍♂️��‍♂️��‍♂️��‍♂️

  • Wow never been so amazed of this keto diet… i been changing my lifestyle recently and i watch my diet but i sometimes crave peanut butter chocolate etc etc and i really cut sugar out my diet i have no problem makinng a compromit on it i eat fruits but when i make dessert i use honey but if i can make these chocolate bars full of pb and cut bread i can its so easy my only problem is that one of my fav foods for healthy recipe is oats and its carb.. can i still eat it and in what interval? I wanna be lean i dont know the math so please if u do

  • 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 ��

  • Hey your banana pops looks amazing! I am only 9 and tried my own recipe please check it here and let me know if you like it:) http://bit.ly/2gPRLmE

  • Oof i have a EASIER/LAZY way >:D (i think) just crab cupcake liners and put chocolate and peanutbutter and chocolate on top of pb and freeze AND DONE AHAHHA oh and you have to melt the chocolate. I have chocolate chips so you melt

  • I tried making pb cups last weekend however they didn’t do well being out of the fridge for a 35 min ride home the peanut butter became runny. Why is that?

  • 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. ��

  • Hi Laura!,
    In the past, I’ve added about 1/4 cup of milk powder, it seems to hold it together a bit more.
    I am making these tomorrow, using your recipe just to see if yours is better!
    Yum! Either way, thank you!

  • Your videos make my day every time! Very well done ��

    How is the final product? I’ve tried a similar recipe and found the chocolate to hard/brittle while the peanut butter was too goopy unless i added powdered sugar. Anything like that here? Thanks again!

  • Try those with a can of vanilla, or chocolate, icing, melt it down and coconut, refregerate it, then coat that baby! Or vanilla icing with mint extract, and make patties you may need extra powdered sugar,then put chocolate on them, ” shoot I’m getting hungry,” but the idea is use your imagination! (Just don’t forget to refrigerate your icings after the meltdown,) and a mellon baller works great for the balls.

  • Or you can take a can of vanilla icing, one small jar of peanut butter, and your butter, melt it down and then stir in your crispys!I use my fondue thingy and the forks, they work great, and you can light the candles as needed! LOVE

  • These are so yummy �� I need to make a double or triple batch for the holidays. I decreased the sugar a bit and still were delicious.

  • Laura I love your cooking, but watch temptation ( licking fingers) I Know I can’t tell you what to do but your people are watching.

  • Way too sweet. I went exactly by the directions, but I guess I don’t have the taste buds for too much sweet. I guess I could skip the vanilla extract next time to see if that takes a little of the sweetness away.

  • IM PROBABLY GONNA MESS IT UP SOMEHOW LMAOOO
    edit: while putting the vanilla extract in the teaspoon a bunch splashed into my bowl���� oh well i’ll still carry on hopefully it doesn’t ruin it-
    edit 2: IDK WHAT POWDERED SUGAR IS HAHAHHAHA im putting icing sugar and hoping its the same thing
    edit 3: i microwaves some chocolate chips instead because i would of probably burnt the chocolate on the stove, all looks decent i made 11 balls and they’re currently in the freezer hehe THIS WAS SO FUN AND IM HOPING THEYRE GOOD

  • This is the most “lad” way of non baking������ can’t wait to try this recipe. Literally just started keto (TODAY) and i’m already looking for something sweet��

  • Laura, Laura,Laura,those are OHIO BUCKEYES, WE LEAVE THE END OPEN, AND IT BECOMES A BUCKEYE, BIG HIT IN OHIO BUCKEYE TERRITORY! (YOU JUST CLOSE THE HOLE TO DISGUISE IT!���� Love you anyway!)

  • 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 away.lol.

  • going to make this for healthy snacking:). my mom used to make a version of this that had protein powder? going to skip on the flax seeds since i don’t have any:). i also will use crunch peanut butter! yum! thanks tasty!

  • I made these the other day….. let me correct myself….I TRIED making this the other day but I forgot them in freezer and took them out and put them in the fridge overnight euuuuurk they were so slimy and watery ����

  • Lmao, you said a lb of sugar and I went into an instant diabetic coma. But it looks like it’s totally worth it!! Thanks for sharing, gonna try it!!!

  • I intend to make this recipe for Christmas. Can you tell me if in this video you doubled the recipe or did you make it as is? Thank you.

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

  • KELLOGG’S “Brown Rice Crispies” cereal, is the tastiest, crispiest (most hardy) rice crisp cereal to use for this kind of recipe. (Not to mention, cereal w/milk in a bowl for breakfast…..or just dry, out of the box, so tasty)!

  • I like your method the best; I had a feeling some extra oats..etc should be scattered when doing final roll. I plan to use some Multi-Grain Cheerios within that final step, because if I mix in bowl, it wont fill up the holes right

  • These look so delicious!! I love peanut butter & I love CHOCOLATE!! I’m going to be making some for my boys & I. Thanks for another great recipe.

  • The key to making these balls is using Walden farms maple syrup and this amazing Krisda sugar free chocolate. You literally can’t tell the difference! I have linked the syrup here!! https://amzn.to/2Df1AZb enjoy Squadies!

  • Thank you so much for this, I am WFH, Library Assistant, and am filming lots of videos for our patrons. I will leave out the smooches, but definitely share this healthy tasty recipe with my youngest patrons! You two are adorable and thank you for the wonderful idea!!! Going to try it with white chocolate, strawberry jam and sprinkles too…

  • 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

  • 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!

  • Wish I would’ve seen ur video before I tried making these tonight off of a pintrest blog lol they look so ugly! But they taste delish! I will just have to make more tomorrow night! Thanks for the tips! ��

  • oh my gosh! year ago i was in healthy diet, but didnt continue it somehow, and nowadays, i was looking for healthy recipes for weeks, then suddenly i found ur page on insta, so here i am! thank You so much. im gonna download all if ur videos and start eating healthy againnnn yuhuuu ������❤��