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Buckeyes I

Reviewed: Dec. 20, 2011
I like to follow my grandmother's recipe, I believe it's much better. 2 cups chunky peanut butter (18 oz jar) 3 cups powdered sugar 1/4 lb. salted butter (1 stick) 3 cups Rice Krispies 1/4 of one stick of paraffin food wax 12 oz. bag of semi sweet chocolate chips. 1. Put Rice Krispies in a gallon zip lock bag and proceed to break them down about half way with a rolling pin. 2. Cream together peanut butter and butter in a mixer. Then add Rice Krispies and powdered sugar. Don't over mix! 3. Chill "dough" in freezer for about 30 min. or until consistency hardens and can form balls that hold their shape. 4. While your "dough" is chilling, melt chocolate chips and wax in a double broiler. 5. After dough is chilled enough, start forming little balls about an inch or a little bigger in diameter. Dip the balls in to melted chocolate and place on wax paper. (it may be easier to chill the dough, then form balls and chill them again for easier dipping.) Place balls in fridge after wards to chill. Then, WALLAH! You just crafted some mighty fine tasting balls that are so good, they'll make you want to do a little dance.
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