I love your blog and will visit it often. They’ll still satisfy the sweet tooth! I just found your recipe for peanut butter balls YUM! I love my disher. In a small bowl, mix peanut butter with about 3 tbsp. In heavy saucepan, over low heat, melt peanut butter chips, 1 cup condensed milk ... small saucepan, melt chocolate morsels, remaining milk and butter. And thanks not just for reading, but for coming by and commenting. I will try your recipe,(especially the healthier version) and will let you know how my family likes them. For the first 3 years my kids didn’t like pizza. Can’t wait to make the recipe! Thank you! Tell me what you’d make using one of these. - From: McCormick. They were worth it then and they are worth it now. Making peanut butter fudge with sweetened condensed milk gives you a great payoff in flavor without too much work. I see no one has said anything this year. Dip into melted candy coating, coating completely. Why, I would make those peanut butter balls with that handy gagdet! I can’t believe I found your peanut butter ball receipe! Repeat with the remaining peanut butter mixture until you have used it all. It’s a must-read! Aside from peanut butter balls, I would use the scoop for cake balls, melon balls and peanut butter cookies! Mix in egg and ½ teaspoon vanilla. I have signed up to do a bake sale table in October so your handy little gadget will be a big saving time tool. Of course my mom saw me and followed me outside. For a healthier version of the recipe, use the honey and non-fat instant dry milk. Hi, this looks delicious! I do a lot of fruit and this would make beautiful fruit balls as well! In large bowl, beat peanut butter, butter, vanilla and salt until fluffy. Can be left out at room temperature for several hours without problems! I don’t know how I’d do without one of these little beauties now! Keep working and rolling the dough in your hands until the peanut butter balls come together. Chill until firm. I could remember ingredients, but not amounts. Now our kids are grown and wanting some, and I lost the recipe. ISO: Peanut butter balls made with Eaglebrand milk???? The ingredients consisted of peanut butter, dry instant milk, honey. Unfortunately, I missed the date deadline. You should have about 32-35 balls total. 2 boxes (1 lb each) confectioners' sugar. A friend of mine (very health conscious) made these for my son last spring and I had been searching for a recipe since. I, being a dummy, threw them in the sparse bushes, and promptly got caught!! Add in the … Oh my gosh! Today. I hope I have a chance in the next couple of weeks to settle back into a regular blogging routine. Drop pieces of the rest of the dough all over the top. It’s a fun little critter to have around. They never knew it…chocolate chips can hide alot!! BTW I substituted almond butter in one batch for my husband and daughter who are both alergic to peanuts. This is one of the foods that we take camping with us every single time without fail. Mary Bunker- What a cute idea. Place on baking sheets. No harm, no foul! Roll peanut butter dough into 1-inch balls (about 1 scant Tablespoon of dough each) and place on the baking sheet. (I kid. I remember making these in 3rd grade back in the late 70s. I would love to have had one of those dishers. The peanut butter sweetened condensed milk gets drizzled over the top, then add the peanut butter cups. Your recipe was just what I needed to get going. The last two additions are peanuts and sweetened condensed milk. For a photo-free, printer friendly version of this recipe, click here! The sweetened condensed milk, however, is necessary. Once you’re outnumbered it just doesn’t matter how many are outnumbering you. 1 (14 oz) can sweetened condensed milk. Oh baby. Use both hands to roll lightly until it forms a ball. Scoop the peanut butter mixture into individual balls with a 1 tablespoon cookie scoop and place on the parchment lined baking sheet. It won’t be solid but it’ll bake together in the oven. They are the perfect camping snack fare since they are high-protein and easily transportable. Your email address will not be published. Would be really handy in making the balls. Read on! Now I am in business and ready to hit the kitchen. I try to leave a few streaks of peanut butter showing but you can stir it completely in if you want. April- I think love you. And thanks for clicking through! They also work nice for individual servings of butter when entertaining. Just wish I could still find my original copy that I brought home and made so many times growing up! Bake in a preheated 375°F oven for 6-8 minutes. Here’s what you do. Thanks for posting it. Going from one to two was great because the baby had someone to play with. And melon balls. It will be great and I can’t wait till later Thank you! Copyright ©2020, Foodie With Family. Step 1 BEAT sweetened condensed milk, peanut butter, egg and vanilla in large bowl until smooth. Place … Store uneaten peanut butter balls in a tightly lidded container in the refrigerator. Step 2: Wash Your Hands. I remembered the ingredients, just not the amounts. I have three. Pour the mixture into the prepared pan and smooth it out evenly. If I didn’t actually experience the birthing process, I would say she was adopted. Roll into 1 inch balls and place on a waxed paper-lined cookie sheet Recipe(tried): Chicken Crepes Mornay (Seventeen magazine, 1970's), ISO: Nordic Bundt Pan recipe 60's or early 70's lemon, Recipe(tried): Tortilla Pie (using chicken), Spring Herb Rice (with onion, celery, and mushrooms), Home-Smoked Chipotles in Adobo (or plain) (smoker), "A frightfully fun decoration for cupcakes. We used to make these when I was a kid, then we just got out of the habit somehow and about 20 years ago the recipe was lost in a house fire. With that disher, I would make more White Chocolate Pudding Chocolate Chip Cookies for my family. Because after Peanut Butter Balls and dishers, haikus are my favorite. She might spontaneously change…). I have seen this contrption, this new kitchen toy, but I did not know the name of it! I mentioned a giveaway, right? Thanks for a sweet giveaway. Must steal it now. Lori on Little Traverse Bay- That wasn’t a half bad haiku at all! Please tell me, once you’re outnumbered, does it feel the same having 3 or having 5? They are probably my all time favorites. 14 oz Sweetened condensed milk, Jif creamy peanut butter, 18.4 oz Chocolate Fudge brownie mix (Pillsbury), 8 oz Cream cheese, softened, 8 oz Heath toffee bits, … I think that would work like a treat, Tamara!!! I did issue you an invite to my blog, but that was not the purpose of my comment. Were you one of those kindly souls who voted for me? I could also see where it would be very useful for making cookies, meatballs, and truffles. I’m a yooper too so the Michigan references are always fun too! peanut butter, butter, vanilla and confectioners' sugar. Warm regards! Once ready, scoop 1 inch sized balls, roll them to shape and place them on a cookie sheet. I love these cookies too! Wow. Then all of a sudden they loved it. Oh Well, now that I have your blog on my favorite list, you will see more of me. And then make another batch to fill the bowl since you hid in the broom closet so you could eat the entire first batch by yourself. May drizzle with white chocolate or … 1 cup creamy or crunchy style peanut butter (I prefer all-natural peanut butter), 1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk or honey, 1/2 cup powdered sugar or non-fat instant dry milk. If you wouldn’t use it but would give it as a gift, let me know that, too. Does she possibly like almonds or almond butter? Thank You! Amy- Um. They are always a hit. Roll or shake balls in granulated sugar. All Rights Reserved. I am going to make the pnut butter balls, but right now. Since it’s made with peanut butter it’s healthy, right? So just because I’m feeling full of beans today and also because my birthday is this week I’m giving away a small scoop disher like the one I used above. But wait! I am a grandmother of 5, so far…and I have been wanting to make a recipe I made for my own 4 kids back in the 70’s. MICROWAVE sweetened condensed milk in medium microwave-safe bowl on HIGH 1 to 1 1/2 minutes or until very warm. Deanna- Agony! Kudos to you! Paul and I, however, would like a batch of these, pleeaassse. This sounds wonderful! Chocolate coating (recipe below) Combine milk, sugar, margarine and peanut butter; chill. and the dry milk combo? Cover and chill the shaped peanut butter balls … I use it all the time. My daughter tried to make some of these with a more complicated recipe the other day. Stir in peanut butter. i love both peanut butter and cheeze as the filling of my morning sandwhich.’. I am not questioning it. Or if you have no idea what you’d use it for just say something silly. They’re addictive. Mix and roll into 1 inch balls. Chill at least 1 hour. Thanks! I make PB balls with non fat dry milk and honey, but didn’t think to add the choc. ; I make my version of Peanut Butter balls mostly around the holidays. Thank you for being so generous and honest. HA! In a medium saucepan, combine the sugar, evaporated milk and salt. 2 sticks (1 cup) margarine, room temperature. 1 cup creamy or crunchy style peanut butter (I prefer all-natural peanut butter) OK, it’s a bad haiku, but possibly a divine tool. I’m going to bookmark this and let her give it another try this way, thanks. Did I remember that right? Shape into balls using 2 teaspoons of … Cream butter, peanut butter, and both sugars in the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment. Add egg, vanilla, milk, salt, and baking soda. That’s what I’m leaning towards for a smidge lower dose of sugar! Cream butter, peanut butter and white and brown sugars. Becky. Like they’ll last that long…. All the ones I’ve found have been super high in sugar but your recipe seems to be healthier than any others I’ve found. Just leave a comment below. I just made the peanut butter balls It took me about 10 mintues to make, roll, eat two peanut butter balls and lick the bowl clean! Recipe: Peanut Butter Balls (made with sweetened condensed milk) for Teressa Broken Bow. Stir the flour mixture into creamed mixture. And the sweet quick giveaway at the end. At first you might think it’ll never come together…. I would use one of those wonderful scoops for everything from candy to meatballs and cookies. I can’t wait to make these peanut butter balls. (Don’t you DARE tell me it’s not healthy. You guys are fabulous! Step 3: Measure Sweetened Condensed Milk. If you have willpower and only eat a couple of pieces, you’ll be fine. Give it a try if you think she’ll eat it. Once you make them it’s all over. I am the one who would join you in the closet sneaking the pb balls . The spooky ghosts are simply dollops of vanilla frosting." Bye. Long live the Yoop. This tool is very versatile. I would use it for uniformity in drop cookies. Remove the pan from the stove and stir in the peanut butter, butter and vanilla. Do you have a disher laying around? I substituted that since my daughter and husband are both alergic to peanuts. I would almost certainly make these peanut butter balls! It would make perfect even sized meat balls also. And these peanut butter balls, of course! Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk - Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk is the magic ingredient that bakers have used for over 150 years to create great desserts. Not even sure how I stumbled upon it today because I wasn’t even looking for it. It’s not just camp food, though. It scoops cookie dough, meatballs, peanut butter balls (washed between each use, of course) and anything else I can think of that I want in adorable little scoops. (So don’t enter me into the contest.) Add all ingredients together in a large mixing bowl. Hi there, They made a mess, but loved it and then got to My Aunt (who shall remain nameless unless she claims credit) once told me, “Going from zero to one kid was life changing. eat it. No-Bake Peanut Butter Cheesecakes Recipe - BettyCrocker.com Thank you so much! I made these for the family at Christmas for years. No. Hope you are still giving it away or maybe it’s to later 5yrs lol. A disher? To make Peanut Butter Blossoms, do not press the cookie dough balls to flatten. Bake and press and cold Hershey's kiss into the top of each baked cookie once you remove it from the oven. my mother-in-law use to make these for me and the kids….love them….glad i found your recipe cause i cant find mine….cant wait to make them for everyone to try….. It’s funny how nostalgic we can get for certain foods, isn’t it? I had one once and it broke, but I used it for everything, cookies, mini cupcakes, melon balls. Bring to a boil and boil for 3 minutes, stirring constantly. The last few weeks have been maddeningly busy. Have a great day,from the Heartland of America. Never knew what it was called. Place kisses on top as soon as they come out of the oven. No switching opportunities? I love it dearly. Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls 0 stars from 0 ratings With only five ingredients (six if you add the sprinkles), Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls are a simple, easy goodie that come together in no time at all and will undoubtedly disappear equally quickly. Thanks for your witty writing. That was me. Going from two to three I went crazy and from three on it didn’t matter anymore since I was already nuts.” She told me that when I was pregnant with my fourth. CHOCOLATE COATING. Chill Remove from heat and add milk and vanilla. chips. Ivanna- You remembered right. Can’t wait to try the almond butter with sweetened condensed milk and powdered sugar instead of powdered milk and honey. Thank you for the recipe and God bless! But too much milk? My mom made them for me when I was little, and I never knew the full ingredients to make them- she had past when I was 16, and I’m now 44. Hi friends! Peanut Butter Creams Step 1: Gather Materials and Ingredients. Chicken Crepes Mornay (Seventeen magazine, 1970's), This Week's Mix-and-Match Daily Menu Planner Is Online - November 29 - December 5, Nordic Bundt Pan recipe 60's or early 70's lemon, Sunset Magazine Fruitcake recipe (70s/80s), Recipe: Featured Recipe Collections: December 1-11. I’m a mom to 3 boys. I love this site btw! If I make these for my girls, I might just replace the chips with mini chips – better chocolate distribution ya know. hi, i’m 14 i’m bored, so i guess i’ll make some peanut butter balls . Add biscuit mix; mix well. Lisa- Oh. I panicked. I can’t wait to make these this weekend! Love your column in the R-E! Gradually add sugar mixture to milk mixture stirring until blended. If you want to have your peanut butter cookies coated with sugar, roll the dough balls into white sugar before placing on the baking sheet. I love peanut butter in anything, so I really have to make these balls one day! Roll into balls and dip in chocolate coating. Feed the hungry horde. Stir well until evenly combined. It’s like an inside-out Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup. Certainly not, but it definitely makes the process go a little quicker. Please don’t mess with my happy thoughts…) Even better, these little babies don’t melt in your hands! Excellent. lol I was just eating a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Mix the peanut butter, honey and dry milk together in a bowl. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F and prep your baking sheet with cooking spray. There’s just something about the salt and the sweet and the creamy and the crunchy all together that makes my heart go pitter pat. Tips to prevent sticking when rolling Peanut Butter Rolls/Pinwheel Candy, Creamy Caramels (or Hardened to Sugar Daddies), Mario Batali's Almond Brittle (Croccante), Featured Recipe Collections: December 1-11. Peanuts are optional, but I loved the extra crunchy texture they gave each bite. Shape the dough into 48 balls, 1 inch each. I saw one of your comments where you mentioned having 5 boys. Chocolate chips, peanut butter, condensed milk and confectioner’s sugar all in one happy little portable package? I think this is the recipe I copied from the chalk board when I was in 1st grade–hope so, anyway! Place peanut butter, sweetened condensed milk, and vanilla in a large bowl and stir to combine. Not only make the peanut b utter balls, but melon balls, and mini meatballs. I can think of many uses for the…I already forgot the name of it! Make these. (Why has it taken me so long to find your blog?). They are the reason I got spanked as a child, one of the only times I remember. Enjoy! Sorry, I didn’t mean to offend. Wait. Yum. I love my dishers too! Great recipe. Ranee- They’re very good that way! Thanks for posting this recipe. I bowl in a senior league and make a goodie or two for us every week. Just when you’ve decided that you measured wrong, (“I mean, really, how am I supposed to roll THIS stuff?”) it’ll come together and look like this! Scooped up with a divine tool Hi ! Stir in peanut butter until smooth. Thank you for enlightening me! Place each ball in one compartment of a mini muffin tin sprayed with cooking spray. When they bake up they become rich and gooey and so peanut buttery! It just wouldn’t be a family camping trip for us without the ubiquitous Peanut Butter Balls. Preferably in the form of a haiku. Peanut butter, to taste. Mix milk and peanut butter. Mix until combined. Until then, please enjoy this short but sweet (har har. This tool would make my job of scooping those no-bake cookie dough out for the kids to see what size the balls should be, while also teaching them about the usefulness of tools in the kitchen. But see note above to Lisa…, Marilyn- I’m nothing if I’m not educational . How fun an idea! Add additional sweetened condensed milk if needed to thin. Scoop a teaspoon of the mixture into the palm of your hand. I would certainly use the scoop to make the peanut butter balls, because I think it would speed up the process, as well as making the balls uniform. Memories of school days. I volunteer to run a craft/cooking group for 20-50 kids once per week. December 2020 Recipe Swap - Happy Holidays! Vicki- Good ideas, all! Required fields are marked *, Notify me of follow-up comments via e-mail. And thought about peanut butter balls and found your recipe and the offer for the scoop. It is what will bind all of your other peanut butter … I would make mini dessert shots – could do super-small scoops of ice cream and squirt in whatever sauce I had on hand! I’ll be bringing the rest (if they make it) to a bbq tonight. recipe. i would love to use that to make peanut butter balls. Yum! If you’re concerned about the calories, don’t worry. I love hearing from R-E readers. 1 can Eagle Brand sweetened condensed milk 3/4 c. creamy peanut butter 2 c. Bisquick 1 tsp. Copyright© 1995-2020 The Kitchen Link, Inc. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. Bye. We use the sweetened condensed milk and powdered sugar. Don’t lose hope. I love how that stuff comes back to us from time to time. My mom made these for us over 40 years ago. Megan- Oh yes. Also, I wanted to mention that I ended up on your blog by way of Jaden’s Steamy Kitchen. Add Bisquick and vanilla. The dough will look dry. Step 2 STIR in white chocolate until melted. Pour 1 cup of sweetened condensed milk … And I want you to have one if you don’t already. I just plopped an amount in front of them on a plate and let them go to town. I would make mini dessert shots with super-small scoops of ice cream in shot glasses with a drizzle of whatever sauce I had on hand! Stop by my website if you like. Bringing a batch to a lucky group of kids on a school trip. I started typing something in the search bar and this popped up! Filed Under: Appetizers & Snacks, Breakfast, Desserts & Sweets, Giveaways!, Rebecca, Recipes Tagged With: camp food, giveaway, kid food, Snacks, Your email address will not be published. (In other words, a scoop.). And making Peanut Butter Balls is one of my favorite ways to get that peanut butter and chocolate fix. Thanks, and you are funnnnny!! Recipe: December 2020 Recipe Swap - Happy Holidays! Slowly add … Add chocolate to a medium-sized microwave-safe bow l. Add the remaining sweetened condensed milk … Is this crucial to the recipe? Sorry. ISO: Peanut butter balls made with Eaglebrand... Holiday Cooking and Baking at Recipelink.com. Set aside. With all the fresh produce hitting the markets, I have so many delicious recipes to share with you. Peanut Butter Balls hi, i’m 14 i’m bored, so i guess i’ll make some peanut butter balls . If I made these again, I’d add even more peanuts! I cannot think of a combination that makes me happier. We’ve done a lot of work on our house and property, camped, traveled, been visited, and had animal crises. ... until firm.Turn fudge onto cutting board; peel off ... Makes about 2 pounds. I would add chocolate chips and then wheat germ when kids weren’t looking. I live in south Australia , nearly everyone has to stay at home because of covid19 , I am 47 with 6kids 4 beautiful grand babies & 1 on the way , I was thinking instead of put choc chips in the balls I would make the balls into a little egg shapes & then coat them in melted chocolate & give them to my family as easter eggs , do you think this would work ?? Thank you so much! I think I have the only kid on the planet that doesn’t like peanut butter. Gradually beat in sweetened condensed milk, next powder sugar until smooth. Thank you for posting this! Sift sugar, cocoa and salt together. They didn’t knock you out? I will definitely try it with honey and powdered sugar today. PEANUT BUTTER BALLS. I love this site – lots of fun.
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