THE BEST CHOCOLATE RICE KRISPIE BALLS
Gluten Free! I rolled the peanut butter balls in the chocolate. Very good. I used the easy melt chocolate, which turned up nice, smooth chocolate with quick cleanup. Also, if you don’t like the peanut butter sticking, spray cooking spray in the bowl, measuring cup and on the mixing whisk. Came off clean and was easy to measure.
Good, excellence: Trying the recipe Change may be topped with sea salted caramel. Or: light taffy drizzle.
Made the recipe as-is. I don’t put them in the little paper cups though, just put them on parchment paper to set. Always delicious and perfect. They freeze well also up to a few months, so make a large batch!
I was looking for a recipe to make with ingredients I already had in the kitchen. I ran across this recipe and made. OMG, they are wonderful and easy. I used a small scoop to make balls and placed in tiny liner cups. Then I spooned chocolate on top like icing. Perfect, the best! The rice krispies add a nice little crunch when eating.
My mom used to make these when I was a kid, only she rolled them in icing sugar glaze, then in sweetened coconut. Brings back tasty memories!
Delicious. I put my mix in fridge for maybe 20 minutes to make rolling easier, but my butter was pretty runny to start.
These are tasty but very rich and sweet. They reminded me a lot of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, but with rice krispies added. I prefer desserts that have at least a little redeeming health value, so I probably won’t be making them again. Nothing against this recipe – that’s just my own issue. Everyone who tried them liked them.
½ cup peanut butter
3 tbsps soft butter
1 tsp vanilla
1 cup Rice Krispies
½ cup chopped pecans
1 cup shredded coconut
Mix together,refrigerate for a half hour or longer and then form into balls. Return to fridge and let chill at least an hour.
Melt the following together in a double –boiler:
1 package chocolate chips
1 square sweet chocolate …