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    Looking for a recipe

    I'm hoping someone can help me. I'm trying to find a recipe for a no bake chocolate peanut butter ball that is made with instant chocolate pudding, peanut butter , powdered sugar and I don't remember what else (I think butter). It is rolled in powdered sugar when done and then is kept in the refrigerator. It aost takes like a fudge. I lost my recipe and don't even remember the real name of it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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    Never heard of it but it sounds wonderful. If you find it would you share?

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    You can simply type into your search engine No Bake Peanut Butter Balls and come up with the recipe. Or look at www.justapinch.com and or www.joyofbaking.om/candy/PeanutButteralls. Hope this helps.

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    I think what you are looking for are called 'buckeyes'. My daughters teacher made them as a class project.



    Paula Deen has a recipe for them I believe.
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    This is one I use at Christmas.
    In a small bowl mix together 1 cup milk and 1 small box instant chocolate pudding. Set aside. Cream together 1/3 c chunky peanut butter and 4 oz cream cheese in a medium bowl. Add the pudding mixture and blend until mixed. Roll into balls. Roll the balls in powdered sugar, about 1/2 cup. Also works to place the powdered sugar in a bag and add a few balls at a time, shaking to coat the balls. Option to roll the coated balls in crushed nuts. Place the balls on a wax paper lined cookie sheet or in a lined plastic storage container and refrigerate.

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    Oh!!! These look good. Might have to try before Easter. Thanks for requesting this recipe.

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    Could you use pistasio pudding and make green ones?

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    Wouldn't be Buckeyes, they use no pudding, just peanut butter, xxsugar, vanilla, mixed together. rolled in balls. Then the balls are dipped 3/4 of the way in melted chocolate. They end up looking like the nuts from the Buckeye trees in Ohio.

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    Would the peanut butter go with the pistasio?
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    Search Google for "chocolate peanut butter balls" and you will many there.

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