Peanut Butter Balls

These No Bake Peanut Butter Balls are a new favorite at our house. They are a healthy and delicious snack, that everyone is going to love. We also add some M & M's, to make it a little sweet. I love making this recipe with the kids. You are going to love this recipe.

Our kids are back in the kitchen sharing this fun and easy snack idea: Peanut Butter Balls.

To our kids, taking pictures of your food and talking about each step as you make it is normal to them haha.

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They are pretty hilarious and way cuter than we are, so we hope you enjoy.

So if you have little ones of your own, this is a great recipe to get them involved with. They are also delicious, so everyone benefits from it.

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What could i replace the peanut butter with?

This recipe calls for peanut butter, but if you have an allergy, or don’t particularly love it, you could easily swap it out for something else.

We highly recommend using almond or cashew butter in place of peanut butter. You could also make your own butter using PB2. Mix it with a little olive oil and honey, and you have a lower calorie peanut butter.

Any of these options would be a great substitute for this recipe.

what could i use in place of M & M’s?

I understand the M & M’s aren’t the healthiest option, but my kids love the mini  M & M’s. Let’s be honest, I also love them.

However, if you are looking for a healthier alternative, I have a few ideas for you:

-Raisins
-Craisins
-Dark chocolate chips
-Peanuts
-Almonds
-Coconut shreds
-Dried apple pieces
-Dried banana pieces

the perfect recipe to get to know your kids:

Being a parent in a technological world can be a little tricky. However, I have found that cooking and eating dinner with my kids, is a great way for them to open up and talk.

There are no phones or distractions around, and my kids will tell my about their day, friends, school, problems, good things and bad.

I love the little moments we have together, cooking in the kitchen, growing closer together.

This is a great recipe to make when you need a snack. It also teaches them about nutrition and eating healthy.

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looking for more peanut butter recipes? Here are a few of our favorite:

Copycat Disney Land Peanut Butter Cookies
Buttermilk Brownies with Peanut Butter Frosting
Triple Peanut Butter Muddy Buddies
Chocolate Peanut Butter Mug Cake
Frozen Peanut Butter Cloud Pie

Serves: 24

Peanut Butter Balls

8 minPrep Time

8 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 2 cups quick cook oats
  • 1 cup creamy natural peanut butter (no added sugar)
  • ¼ cup honey
  • ½ cup mini M and M candies

Instructions

  1. In a large bowl, mix together oats, peanut butter, and honey. The dough will be tough to stir and kind of sticky.
  2. Add in candies and mix well.
  3. Roll into 1" balls.
  4. Store in an air-tight container and keep in the fridge for up to one week.
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