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Peanut Butter & Pretzel Truffles

January/February 2010

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These peanut butter-pretzel truffles satisfy your craving for something sweet and salty.



READER'S COMMENT:
"delicious! i made them a little while ago and they were simple to make, and tasted like a professional truffle! but instead, i used a chocolate bar to melt since i didn't have any chocolate chips. -Aimee L. "

38 Reviews for Peanut Butter & Pretzel Truffles

03/05/2012
Anonymous

I haven't made yet but to those that say they were hard to role, I am going to try and freeze with a cocktail pick in them and see if it will hold it to dip, also it will keep the ball from getting warm in my hand..will post again to let you know how and if it works. I have another recipe that dips into chocolate and it is messy..I hope this works, It might help with the finish look too..

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02/19/2012
Anonymous
Added brown rice cake crumbles and flaxseed

I added just enough crumbled up plain brown rice cakes for it to still hold together, whole wheat pretzels and Trader Joe's Crunchy Valencia Peanut Butter with Flaxseeds. They were quick and easy to make, rich and satisfying. Definitely a keeper.

Easy, delicious, adaptable
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02/14/2012
Perfect Valentine's Treat!

I made these for my family for Valentine's Day, and they were a hit with everyone! The peanut butter-pretzel-chocolate combination is genius, and seems to be well-liked by everyone. I love that it was only 3 ingredients (and usually ingredients you might already have around the house!), and even though there is some wait time, the amount of time it actually takes to prepare is very minimal. They didn't always turn out the prettiest, but they turned out the tastiest, and that's all anyone cared about!

Easy to make, 3-ingredient dish
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02/13/2012
Sweet, salty, crunchy, chocolatey...YUM!

So they didn't come out very pretty but were delish! I used dark chocolate chips and would definitely add more pretzel for consistency next time. I doubled the batch and got 35 bite-sized pieces gauging size by an actual baking teaspoon, not a kitchen teaspoon. But I can see where if you use a regular teaspoon or a melon baller, the recipe wouldn’t make it.

Satisfies every craving
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01/29/2012
Anonymous

Great recipe! Definitely needed to double. I recommend using dipping chocolate over chocolate dips, much easier to work with. I used smooth natural instead of crunchy by accident, so I needed to add quite a bit more pretzel to keep the crunchy consistency, that being my own mistake, they were very good.

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