Healthy Peanut Butter Balls

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14 Responses

  1. Karissa says:

    Corinne starts school next week. Must try these for an after school snack!

  2. Kurt N. says:

    These sound like you could adapt them to a grain-free diet pretty easily. Perhaps substitute almond or flax meal for the oats.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I can't wait to try these! Where do you find dry milk? Is there a brand to look for?


    • PlayEat Grow says:

      I found dry milk at my regular grocery store. It was by the evaporated milk and condensed milk in the baking aisle. I am no connoisseur of dry milk, so I can't recommend a brand, but my store's brand tasted just fine. I hope you find it!

  4. Katie Mar says:

    i always needed a snack, too!! now i just constantly need a snack haha! these are such a good idea!!

  5. Tori Wallace says:

    Do these need to be kept in the fridge or will an air tight container suffice? Being powdered milk, and really no other dairy, would they be ok in say a sealed bag?

    • PlayEat Grow says:

      I keep them in the fridge because I personally like to eat them cold, but I'm pretty sure that they would keep fine at room temperature. They just might stick together a little, but they should taste just fine.

  6. The Rivera's says:

    Just made these with a tweak.. used blue agave instead of honey 1/3rd of a cup. Turned out so well!

  7. Zoe says:

    Could you freeze these peanut butter balls

  8. Malene says:

    Very good, and super easy! I replaced half the oats with müsli as an easy way of adding crunch and a bit of dried fruit. Addictive

  9. Breanna says:

    Does anyone know about how many calories are these? so yummy!

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