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Peanut Butter & Pretzel Truffles

January/February 2010

Your rating: None Average: 4 (228 votes)

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. "

37 Reviews for Peanut Butter & Pretzel Truffles

01/11/2012
Anonymous
Disappointed : (

I was super excited to make these as I love all things peanut butter and chocolate. But these really disappointed me. They didn't taste anything like a truffle. They were hard to dip in the chocolate and as careful as I was, they didn't look as nice as the picture. I agree with the post below, it was a waste of ingredients.

tastes alright
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12/21/2011
Anonymous
Frustrating-almost impossible to dip

I made a bunch of these thinking I would please a crowd. by the time the chocolate melts, the peanut butter balls have already melted from the freezer and are impossible to dip!! What a waste of time and ingredients. Too bad the people that rated the recipe as is didn't actually follow the recipe.

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11/14/2011
Fabulous and super easy

These were super easy, quick, and oh-so-delicious. I brought a few to work as a test and my coworkers loved them. I recommend using the fruit dipping chocolate found near the strawberries in most supermarkets instead of chocolate chips. It melts more smoothly and hardens almost instantly. Makes for easier clean-up and lets you get to eatin' more quickly! Will definitely be making these again for the holidays.

Easy, cheap, satisfies my pb/chocolate craving
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08/14/2011
Not really a truffle

I switched to a dark chocolate, it's a healthier alternative.

tastes great
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01/14/2011
Great!

I really enjoyed this recipe, my friends and family did too.

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