These creamy treats are a nice change from the usual milk chocolate and peanut butter combination. They can be made ahead and frozen.
Peanut Butter Snowballs(makes about 35)2 cups powdered sugar
1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
6 Tablespoons butter, softened
1 pound almond bark
In a bowl combine peanut butter and butter.
Stir in powdered sugar. It will look dry. Keep smushing into it and it will slowly combine.
All of the powdered sugar will work in.
Use a 1 inch cookie scoop and dip out balls. Place them on a cookie sheet covered with wax paper.
Roll smooth. Place in refrigerator for 30 minutes.
Melt almond bark in a double boiler. Poke cooled ball with a toothpick and dunk into the almond bark. Tap toothpick on the side of the bowl to knock off excess.
Place back on the wax paper. See that hole from the toothpick? Just use the toothpick to swirl the almond bark around or add a small dab before it hardens.
If this recipe look familiar is this the base I used for the Bloodshot Peanut Butter Eyeballs.
These look mighty tasty. Anything with peanut butter and I am there.ReplyDelete
Love the change from the traditional milk chocolate!!ReplyDelete
My isn't a chocolate person so these work great for her!Delete
My mouth is officially watering! Pinning and printing so I can make them (I'll probably take them to my mom's for our Christmas get together).ReplyDelete
These look wonderful! Thanks for the recipe! Pinning!ReplyDelete
Oh, this looks good. considering making since I have one can of peanut butter sitting in my shelf. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Yum! they turned out so nice and round... I think mine would never look that good, even if they tasted the same :o) Pinning! EmilyReplyDelete
Lots of practice!! ;)Delete
Thank you, appreciated!Delete
Yum! Those look amazing and easy too.ReplyDelete
Jenny these are AWESOME !!ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by Winnie!Delete
Yum! I love peanut butter desserts.ReplyDelete
Hi Jenny! I'm stopping in from Let's Get Real today. I have to say, that this post is going to change my life. I make candy each year and your techniques here are just what I need to make my life easier. Put the balls in the fridge for a bit.............Use a toothpick. Brilliant!ReplyDelete
Oh yeah! Firm them back up a little!Delete
I am featuring you on the Tasty Tuesday Blog Hop tomorrow... make sure you come grab a "featured button!"ReplyDelete
Julia @ Mom on the Run x2
Co-host of Tasty Tuesday Blog hop with Anyonita Nibbles
Thank you so much Julia!Delete
These are right up my alley!! Thanks so much for stopping by Munching Mondays Jenny. I adore peanut butter. Hope to see you next week :-) Warmest, NicReplyDelete
Thank for the party!Delete
These look amazing! I love anything with peanut butter and they ar so easy to make! Would love for you to come over and share at my partyReplyDelete
Thanks, I linked a few up!Delete
Jenny these look fantastic! Thanks for sharing on the weekend re-Treat link party! Hope to see you again Thurs at 7PM EST.ReplyDelete
Britni @ Play. Party. Pin.
Thank the invite, I did!Delete
I will be making this soon! A peanut free dairy free one! YUM Thanks for linking up at our Gluten Free Fridays party! I have tweeted and pinned your entry to our Gluten Free Fridays board on Pinterest! :)ReplyDelete
Hope your week is great!
Cindy from vegetarianmamma.com
Sounds good. We use sunbutter for my hubby for other dishes, but it's softer. I'd have to add more powdered sugar but I bet it would work!Delete
Hi Jenny! These look great! And your blog is beautiful. Stopping over from Vegetarian Mamma's link up!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much!Delete
Hi Jenny!!! Your Peanut Butter Snow Balls are featured this week on Munching Mondays at Nibbles By Nic!!! Thanks so much for sharing this DELICIOUS recipe and hope to you back again this week :-) Warmest, NicReplyDelete
Awesome, heading over to check it out!! THANKS!!Delete
Hi Jenny! Thank you so much for sharing your Peanut Butter Snow Balls at last week's Get Crafty Friday party. You've been featured this week! I hope you will stop by and share with us again. Happy holidays!ReplyDelete
Late with the comment here but pretty sure I did stop by the next linky and comment there. Thanks!Delete
Wow, these look really good. I'm heading into the kitchen right now to make some. I loooooove peanut butter anything. thanks for sharing. I found your recipe on Amys Link Party. I think I've followed all your avenues.
It's a nice change from chocolate and PB.Delete
Do these need refrigeration after being made?ReplyDelete
I do keep them in the fridge but they can sit out for a bit of time and be OK.Delete
G'day! They look terrific Jenny and could go for one right now!ReplyDelete
I bet these are delicious. I love the peanut butter and white chocolate combination! Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday.ReplyDelete
I'm having a great time co-hosting The Ultimate Virtual Cookie & Goodies Part & Giveaway. Thanks for linking up your tasty recipe! I have made Buckeyes before. These are a nice variation on that recipe. Stop back by the party and exchange more recipes. Pinned, Shared, and Tweeted... :)ReplyDelete
Life With Lorelai
Yum, can't wait to make this! Visiting from the #ultimatecookieparty. Pinning, thanks!ReplyDelete
OMG these look like such a delicious twist on a classic! Well done!ReplyDelete