Homemade Chockate and PB truffles

Alright REESE’S, it took me 5 years to perrrrrfect this recipe and I think I have it down pat?? I am a HUGE lovahh of Peanut butter cups and spent years trying to re-create them. Now, this is NOT a healthy recipe!! It’s got tons of sugar and butter but, occasionally I do indulge. As of the last 3 years I have lost over 80lbs do, indulging is something that I do enjoy from time to time. Like I have said before I am NOT a baker but, these I can absolutely DO!!


4 cups granulated sugar
2 cups confectionary sugar
1 cup flour
2 cups peanut butter
1 1/2 bags semi sweet chocolate chips
1 teaspoon salt
1 stick butter.

In a med sized pot melt 1 stick of butter and 2 cups peanut butter on med low heat. Stir till mixture is fully combined. Remove from heat. Add your sugar ( granulated and confection), flour and salt and combine. Mixture should be very stiff almost like cookie dough batter but a little bit thicker. Take you peanut butter mix and start rolling into a small ice cream scoop sized ball. Grab a cookie sheet and lay a piece of wax paper down. After rolling each PB ball place them all on your wax paper. Place PB balls in your freezer and freeze for 20 mins.

In a med sized microwaveable bowl add add your bag and a half of chocolate chips. Microwave on high for 1 min stirring chocolate every 10 sec. Once chocolate is fully melted, remove and ENJOY!!

Note: a lot of times I buy a bag of peanut butter chips , melt them and drizzle them over my Truffles. Kind of makes them look all fancy!! But this is optional ..

Cooking time: 2 mins

Makes 12 Truffles


4 Comments Add yours

  1. Why must you tease me!?!?!


  2. Afie says:

    Thank you for stopping by and your like on my post! This look delicious!


  3. Megan Alyse says:

    Oh, these sound delicious! I usually don’t leave the house much to fetch some Reese’s, so this is perfect! Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe!


    1. Thank you!! Took me years but, it was well worth it!! 😃


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