Peanut Butter & Pretzel Truffles

January/February 2010

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

"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. "

41 Reviews for Peanut Butter & Pretzel Truffles


These are the best! They taste amazing and I can't stop eating them!


I made these for the first time and thought they would not taste very good without sugar added to the peanut butter mixture. I was wrong, these are the perfect combination of flavors. Very good and healthy and a great little chocolate fix we all need from time to time.


They were alright, seemed like they were missing something. With this recipe we were able to get 21 balls
(1 inch) and that's not counting the ones that were consumed before the dipping.


These are great. Made them last night for the first time, we had some friends over and they loved them too. They are easy to make but the chocolate chips were kind of a pain to melt and then roll the peanut butter in. I am going to make these again but put a little more pretzels in to make them more firm and def. need to try different chocolate chips.


I used regular Jif and made a double batch. Flavor is very good. I thought they tasted like crunchy Reese's peanut butter cups. Hubby said they were like Peanut M & M's that you didn't have to chew.

Single batch doesn't make 20. Someone was dreaming when they wrote that number.

Peanut stuff needed much longer in the freezer to be handle-able. I ended up using my smallest disher (like a mini-ice cream scoop) and scooping out the filling into a plate and freezing the balls. That worked much better than the way the recipe instructs.

I will make them again but use proportionally more pretzels to help stiffen the dough.


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