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 a great snack when a chocolate craving strikes! Under 100 calories each and they taste amazing. The freeze time was closer to a half hour and this recipe only produced about 10. Mine did not look as pretty as the picture, but were delicious!


these were amazing! i drizzled some smuckers caramel on them and it was great. do a double batch though cause this wont make 20


Hi guys! I used unsalted pretzels and natural peanut butter and it was great! Some people said that the peanut butter is too gooey. To help, mix the natural peanut butter in its oil and that will help. It took about 20min to slightly freeze before you roll it up. But when you roll it up be quick as the peanut butter will slightly melt in your hand. Also, there was no way I could make 20 pieces like the recipe. It makes around 10 maybe 12 if you stretch it unless you make these really small. Nevertheless, these were great and quick. Since I am getting into a fitness regimen, eating only one of these a day will be a challenge. Cheers all!


Very easy and our new favorite - not too sweet. We used Peter Pan peanut butter which we usually use for the dogs but we were out of organic nut butter. I think you could use a little more pretzel for more crunch and salt. One of these is all you need to hit the sweet spot after a great dinner. Very little hands-on time so I made them while watching TV and did the steps during the commercials.


Seems pretty simple. I would love to send these to my sons in college. Can they be shipped?


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