"These are great cookies to make with kids since they don't have to be baked. I'm not sure how "healthy" these are, but they are a nice snack." — THEA
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natural peanut butter
crisp rice cereal
semisweet chocolate chips
graham cracker crumbs
Thank you for a quick, healthy treat for my family. :)
Thanks, Thea, for such a great recipe! I've made these a few times and our family and friends think they are REALLY REALLY GOOD! This recipe is a versatile one - I made a few small changes to suit my own taste: In place of 3 Tabls of the honey I added 3 Tabls Black Strap Molasses, I left out the chocolate chips, and used pecans instead of walnuts. Delicious!
I used Trader Joe's almond butter and homemade "pumpkin pie" granola. Because we don't care for walnuts, I used finely chopped almonds. YUM. We absolutely loved these. SO good. Great way to use a little bit of everything and that last half cup or so of granola PLUS it's great for little hands to help make something in the kitchen with Mom.
Yum! I used granola with dried cranberries and apricots with crunchy peanut butter and honey, omitted the other ingredients and they came out quite tasty!
sooooooo good. I didn't have coconut so I rolled them in a little powdered sugar.
These are very good and so easy to make. My kids think they are great and are a nice after school snack while they wait for supper. I would imagine that these would freeze well too. Thanks for the recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Health Balls I
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 146
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