No-Bake Peanut Butter Balls

No-Bake Peanut Butter Balls

There's plenty of recipes for peanut butter balls out there but what sets this one apart is how fast and easy it is - no baking required! These No-Bake Peanut Butter Balls have a double crunch: from Rice Krispies and crunchy peanut butter.


  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 cup extra crunchy peanut butter
  • 1 cup Rice Krispies cereal
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 1 pkg. coconut


  1. Mix peanut butter and butter.
  2. Add Rice Krispies and powdered sugar.
  3. Roll into balls.
  4. Make glaze with water and powdered sugar.
  5. Dip in glaze and roll in coconut.

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How do u make the glaze? How much water to how much powdered sugar and so you use all the powdered sugar in the mix?

Did anyone besides me find this recipe to be to dry to form into balls? How much of the 1 cup powdered sugar do you add to the recipe? And how much of the 1 cup powdered sugar do you use for the glaze? My mistake was putting the whole 1 cup of powdered sugar into the recipe and it was too dry.......geez, how about more directions?

i dip mind chocolate i don;t use coconutiuse 2 cups rice krispies

It is good with half that much powder sugar. I make it two cups Rice krispies to one cup powder sugar. Diabetics always have to cut back.

@shamilton551: This sounds like a delicious variation, thanks so much for sharing it! - RecipeLion Editors

I have been making these for years but instead of the glaze and coconut I dip them in melted Hersheys Milk chocolate with a little bit of parafin added then placed on wax paper until well set.

kind of a good taste, but a not so good after taste

Great recipe for my girlfriend .....she has a wheat/gluten allergy! So ....more "wheat-free" recipes would be great! Here's another "wheat-free" PB cookie recipe: 1 Cup PB ....smooth or chunky - matter of preference 1 Cup granulated sugar 1 egg Mix all and roll in sugar (or don't), put on foiled baking pan with a little spray and bake those puppies for about 10 minutes at 350 degrees.

This is a good recipe and I have been making it for over 30 years. It still works! I roll into balls and then mash them with a fork to make criss cross lines. They are delicious.


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