Peanut Butter Balls
Servings: 12 〉〉 Serving size: 2 peanut butter balls
You will need
- ½ cup peanut butter
- ½ cup dry milk powder
- 2 tablespoons honey or corn syrup*
- ¼ cup raisins (optional)
- 1½ cups flake cereal
*Tip: Spray spoon with nonstick cooking spray before measuring honey or corn syrup.
- Peanut butter
- Dry milk powder
- Honey or corn syrup
- Raisins (optional)
- Flake cereal
Nutrients per serving
- Calories 110
- Total Fat 5g
- Saturated Fat 1g
- Cholesterol 0mg
- Sodium 95mg
- Total Carbohydrates 12g
- Dietary Fiber 1g
- Sugars 8g
- Protein 4g
What to do
- Mix all ingredients except cereal in large bowl.
- Place cereal in resealable bag and crush into crumbs using hands, cup or rolling pin.
- Form peanut butter mixture into 1-inch balls and roll in crushed cereal. (Hint: Chill the mixture to make it easier to handle.)
- Store in airtight containers or resealable bags.
Suffering from morning sickness?
Peanut butter is an inexpensive source of protein and may be tolerated better than meat when nauseated. Try spreading peanut butter on dry crackers.
Be food safe
- Wash hands, utensils and surfaces before and after preparing food.
- Store nonfat dry milk in airtight container. A tight cover is necessary, so the milk powder will not absorb moisture and become lumpy. Unopened dry milk can be kept at room temperature for 3-6 months. It will keep in a cool (70oF or less) dry place for 1-2 years. After powder has been mixed with water, it should be refrigerated.
- Peanut butter can be stored safely in a pantry because of high oil content. Keep unopened peanut butter no longer than 9-12 months for best quality. After opening, peanut butter may still be stored safely in pantry; storage times may vary. Discard when peanut butter develops rancid odor or flavor.