Looking for an easy no-bake homemade recipe that will satisfy your sweet tooth and provide you with a protein boost? Look no further than these Reese's Peanut Butter Balls. Reece's Pieces are the perfect addition to these peanut buttery protein balls. Learn how to make these no-bake snacks that the whole family can enjoy with no guilt!
Why you'll love these Reese's Pieces No Bake Cookie Balls
- Perfect snack for peanut butter lovers
- Reese's Pieces add a sweetness and crunch
- Just 4 ingredients in these no bake energy bites
- old-fashioned oats
- peanut butter
- Reese's pieces
How to make Reese's Peanut Butter Balls Recipe
Place peanut butter, oats, honey, and Reese's pieces in a large bowl.
Mix together with a spoon until the peanut butter has coated the oats well and the mixture has come together. You do not need to use a mixer for this recipe as you are just folding in the ingredients and blending them.
Store Reese's Protein balls in the fridge in air tight container. These are great for breakfast or a boost of energy during the day.
These Reese's energy balls make a wonderful quick breakfast, snack, or a treat for dessert. They are satisfying and filled with peanut butter flavor.
Reese's Peanut Butter Balls
- Place peanut butter, oats, honey, and reese's pieces in a large bowl. Mix together with a spoon until the peanut butter has coated the oats well.
- Roll into balls and place on a sheet lined with parchment paper. Place in the fridge for 30 minutes. This allows them to adhere well.
- Store them in the fridge in air tight container.
This nutritional information is approximate and was calculated using online calculators. Your nutritional information may vary depending on numerous factors.
Frequently asked questions
Yes you can use crunchy or creamy peanut butter.
Store these in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to a week. Store in the freezer for up to 3 months.
Yes, you can use either quick oats or old fashioned rolled oats.
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