- 8 ounces unsalted peanuts (organic, raw)
- 1 tablespoon honey (or maple syrup or agave nectar)
- salt (to taste)
- 4 tablespoons almond meal
- 4 ounces chocolate (semi-sweet or bittersweet)
- 1 teaspoon coconut oil
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Lisa 20 days ago
This rating is for the recipe as written, not something altered. My mom makes a very fattening, very unhealthy, and very delicious version of these. But these are just as good.
Annah M. 23 days ago
Delicious and easy, loved it
Peggy 28 days ago
These are addictive! I used 1/2 cup store-bought crunchy peanut butter that has no sugar and added a couple teaspoons of honey. This halved the recipe so I used 2 T of almond meal (I made this with whole almonds in my food processor) and 2 oz of an 85% dark chocolate bar. I omitted the coconut oil.
Heather Carr 8 Oct
Perfect ♥️ fiancé loves them and so do I!
Hana 7 Oct
Yummy. Definitely making again
Katarína Makarová 18 Jul
Loved it. I added some dark chocolate in it for crunch and roped with fresh cherries and mango. Yummmmm
AwesomeFoodLover 22 Apr
The peanut butter balls are amazing and so easy to make but ocean state is the spot to get almond flour (thats a substitute) but so good and so easy and I love them
Mateusz Kaczmarek 17 Jan
It’s really delicious and easy
Magestro 27 Dec 2017
Yummy! Turned out great. Need to keep them cold.
C H. 17 Mar 2017
What is not to love??? These are glorious! My only changes. . . I used PB2 cause I didn't have almond meal. . . And I added an extra Tablespoon of PB2 to make it dryer and easier to work with. . . Remember to refrigerate the filling after mixing it with the honey and almond meal, after scooping it onto a lined sheet pan, and after rolling into a ball and before coating with chocolate . . . Refrigerating or freezing definitely makes the PB so much easier to use. . . I didn't see the need for the oil with the melted chocolate so I have skipped that step each additional time I made these. Also creamy peanut butter works just fine if you don't have peanuts.
Yit Olivia Tisoni 31 Jan 2017
Quick and easy to make! Simple whole food ingredients. Love the fact that it is not too sweet, you can also substitute almond meal for coconut flour