Guest Blogger- Moose Balls

by | Nov 1, 2017 | Blog, From the Kitchen, Multi Use Recipes | 0 comments

Today’s guest blogger is Joanne.  “Mama Jo” is a business woman, a fitness expert, a wife and mother of four girls/women.  Joanne inspires people every day in her role as the Group Ex Director at our gym. She and her team have been working double time to raise money and awareness for Breast Cancer, Lymphoma and other great causes. These tasty treats were waiting for us after a 2-hour yoga fundraiser.

The recipe makes a good number of Moose Balls and you can alter the colored chocolate for holidays or use team colors for post-game snackage. Now wait no further. Below is the recipe for Moose Balls, in her own words.  Enjoy!

What you need:

  • 1 lb. confectionery sugar
  • 1 stick butter (softened)
  • 1 jar peanut butter (smooth) I think 28 oz
  • 5 cups rice Krispies

What to do:

Mix all together, roll into balls.  If batter is too soft, stick in fridge before rolling.

I cover a board with wax paper and put them on until dipping.

Pick a color of choc wafers-Wilton works best.  I use one bag at a time; in glass measuring cup or bowl slowly melt one bag.  Melt in microwave-1 min first then 30 sec at a time until all melted. Stir every time.

Start dipping.  I use a fork.  I don’t remember what one batch makes- probably around 100-totally guessing! (plenty for a team)

Enjoy guys.  The holiday baking season will soon be upon us.  Thanks Joanne.

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