Ready in 2 hours
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"These are the easiest, no-fail candies that everyone will beg for year after year!! People of all ages can help in making them. I've made these with my mom since I was a little kid. A great tradition! The recipe makes a ton, but they are so good they will be eaten before you know it! Be sure to save some for yourself before handing them out to guests!"- enjelle79
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soften butter, mix peanut butter and butter together well, add powdered sugar by hand and mix well. roll into walnut size balls, chill.
melt chocolate chips, oil and wax over double boiler, dipp peanut butter balls into melted chocolate chips and wax (for shine)
makes appox. 250-300 balls
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evabuto 4 months agoPlz post more resipies
Amanda0xox 11 month agoI have not made this yet but I am looking to make it today. One question... What is the wax that it calls for? And is this actually needed or can we substitute something for it? Thank you!
joannescipper 12 months ago
Deluxx 1 year agoThank U So Much For This! Great For Peanut Butter Lovers!
hightea57 1 year agoThis is for Amanda~Thank you so much for the tip/hint, I think I will try that this year. I already have request and usually end up making at least 2 batches. Time consuming but well worth the happy smiles when given out! Have a great year! Debbie/
amandajoya 1 year agoI haven't actually made these yet, but my aunt makes about 300 dozen a year for Christmas baskets. She adds rice crispy cereal to the PB mix to add texture and I make myself sick on them every year. Just thought I would added that suggest for others. :)
jenn040977 1 year agoThis buck eye recipe has been in my family for probably 70 years or more we love the Buckeyes we have them every year at Christmas and Thanksgiving
hightea57 1 year agoThank you everyone for your comments! Yes, you are right, i forgot to mention to refridge OR freeze for easier dipping. Adding vanilla is always good, do you think adding maple would make them NON peanut buttery? Will have to try that some time :) TY 2 all of you!
Gret41 1 year agoAbsolutely Delicious! But it makes to many, I was giving them out to friends and family. Everyone loved them! Very easy to make if you refrigerate the balls before you dip them inchocolate
rangerwife 1 year agoMade these by request from my husband who is from Ohio. These were easy to make and fantastic. Very rich so you can only eat 2 or 3 at a time.
brittenyjudah 1 year agoI make these every christmas, by adding vanilla extract and maple it will give it a nice flavor.
mom2bentayandkiya 1 year agoThese were great! Tip for a previous poster: freeze the peanut butter ball prior to dipping. That worked for me! :-)
MzMitchy 1 year agoThey're yummy, but I had a rough time with them!!! What's the trick to dipping them without them falling off & getting all funky?? lol
foolishbaker 2 years agoThese turned out great!
Rykey 3 years agoMy grandma always makes these and gives them out to the family. They're fantastic and I can never get enough!
enjelle79 3 years agoThese are the easiest, no-fail candies that everyone will beg for year after year!! People of all ages can help in making them. I've made these with my mom since I was a little kid. A great tradition! The recipe makes a ton, but they are so good they will be eaten before you know it! Be sure to save some for yourself before handing them out to guests!
hightea57 3 years ago[I posted this recipe.]