How to make it

  • Form crumbs, peanut butter, butter and sugar into balls and freeze.
  • Melt chips and paraffin in double boiler then dip balls into chocolate mixture.
  • Place on plate or cookie sheet and refrigerate for at least 1 hour to allow chocolate to harden.

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  • judykay 9 years ago
    I have a similar recipe, do you know if you can make the balls and freeze them? Or, perhaps make them, coat them and then freeze them? Thank you!!!!
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  • bluebell17 10 years ago
    ok, this recipe calls for 1 egg uncooked? Is this safe??? Sounds delicious, but I am leery of making this with the risks??? Could you cook the egg with some chocolate until it reached 160 degrees, then add it? Let me know what you think.
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  • dmlwhw2 10 years ago
    My sister makes theese every Christmas by the tons,and gives them to all the family.Truley great.
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  • bluewaterandsand 10 years ago
    They are very good! I tried them last night. Thanks
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  • achope246 10 years ago
    My family adds a little rum to these and we call them rum balls, lol.
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  • dpezold 11 years ago
    You could also use chocolate Almond Bark in place of the paraffin. These are my favorite during the holidays.
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    " It was excellent "
    zena824 ate it and said...
    These sound similar to a recipe i have...Mine are called peanut butter cups....Very yummy... Im going to try this version of the recipe..
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  • chefmeow 11 years ago
    I have made this recipe with and without the paraffin and the paraffin makes it really shiny and pretty but it's just as good without it, so I often make it without because I too have been concerned about eating the paraffin. My mother who is a fabulous cook suggested I melt 1 tablespoon shortening in with the chocolate and I have done that and it is very shiny and pretty. Either way they are yummylicious.
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  • imamunke 11 years ago
    Those sound great. I was curious about the paraffin and whether it is digestible or not. Did some Googling, yes was my answer. I did discover that there is Food Grade Paraffin. That seems worth mentioning, as non food grade paraffins may have other oils and crap that is toxic. Thanks for the recipe. I loves me some peanut butter.
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