Chocolate Peanut Butter Bites

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Bites

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Craving a treat? Whip up these easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Bites from Running With Spoons to satisfy your sweet tooth. You won’t even have to bust out the mixer or turn on the oven!

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Amanda Drozdz is a certified health coach and lifestyle blogger who loves to live a healthy, balanced lifestyle with a carrot in one hand and a cookie in the other. You can find more of her recipes and daily musings on her blog, Running With Spoons, or connect with her via Twitter, Facebook, or Pinterest.

Photo courtesy of Amanda Drozdz. Original recipe can be found on Running With Spoons.

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56 responses to “Chocolate Peanut Butter Bites”

  1. Little_Monster says:

    Er, shouldn’t these be called Chocolate Almond Butter bites? I mean, I know you said any nut butter… but you didn’t even use peanut butter?

  2. Little_Monster says:

    Er, shouldn’t these be called Chocolate Almond Butter bites? I mean, I know you said any nut butter… but you didn’t even use peanut butter?

  3. Tracy B says:

    when reading your recipe it was a bit confusing. your ingredients called for peanut butter but in your directions you used almond butter.

  4. Half Crazed says:

    120cal for a single ball 🙁 they look good though.

  5. Beth Kolp says:

    Used pb2. cuts down on the fat and calories!

  6. Beth Kolp says:

    Used pb2. cuts down on the fat and calories!

  7. kac says:

    I like to use mini chocolate chips.

  8. kristi says:

    they might be 120 calories but no junk calories in them……..none

  9. kristi says:

    they might be 120 calories but no junk calories in them……..none

  10. kristi says:

    they might be 120 calories but no junk calories in them……..none

  11. Christina says:

    I made these the other day, and my husband loved them. Made them again this morning and subbed flax meal for the oats for a more gluten/grain free treat. Also, used an old coffee scoop to create 1 inch balls. That’s a winner!

  12. Christina says:

    I made these the other day, and my husband loved them. Made them again this morning and subbed flax meal for the oats for a more gluten/grain free treat. Also, used an old coffee scoop to create 1 inch balls. That’s a winner!

  13. Christina says:

    I made these the other day, and my husband loved them. Made them again this morning and subbed flax meal for the oats for a more gluten/grain free treat. Also, used an old coffee scoop to create 1 inch balls. That’s a winner!

  14. Christina says:

    I made these the other day, and my husband loved them. Made them again this morning and subbed flax meal for the oats for a more gluten/grain free treat. Also, used an old coffee scoop to create 1 inch balls. That’s a winner!

  15. Christina says:

    I made these the other day, and my husband loved them. Made them again this morning and subbed flax meal for the oats for a more gluten/grain free treat. Also, used an old coffee scoop to create 1 inch balls. That’s a winner!

  16. Michele says:

    What can be used if u have tree nut allergies?

  17. Searchingforspice says:

    They look yummy and I love the peanut butter and chocolate combination. I’ve just made cookies with them but these are much healthier as well as tempting!

  18. dbolton0915 says:

    Hi there, I’m allergic to bananas. Is there anything I can use to substitute?

  19. Missy says:

    Has anyone tried adding protein power to this or how do you think that would work?

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  22. Missy says:

    can you add protein powder to these

  23. Lashada Lee says:

    Loved the recipe….it was really easy to follow too! My18 month old loved them and she’s really picky!

  24. Pamela Johnston says:

    Is there something else you can use besides bananas? Or just leave them out? Serious allergy to them

  25. Katy says:

    Used flaxseed and some vanilla protein powder instead of chocolate chips and almonds~ very delicious! Thanks for the recipe!!

  26. SC says:

    It’s got honey and chocolate chips in it can you say sugar sugar sugar!!! My Fitness Pal please come up with recipes that don’t have SUGAR in them that taste good!!!!

  27. Julie says:

    I made these and they were delicious! Thx a million for this recipe. It definitely satisfies my chocolate chip cookie addiction.

  28. Saxy465 says:

    Surely the measurements are wrong? I followed this recipe to the letter but the was no way my mixture was a dough! Even when squeezed together in my hands in desperation it was very dry and would not bind. Surely 1 cup of oats (240 grams) is way to much. .?

    • Shellie says:

      I’m thinking the same thing… My dough is super dry and doesn’t have that nice gooey peanut butter-y look like the picture. It might depend on what type of ‘butter’ too. I used crunchy peanut butter, but maybe almond butter is smoother, thinner, and goes further?

  29. nic* nac says:

    Omgosh people…. If u dont like it or agree simply move on. All these negative comments are completely unnecessary!

  30. juanaseech says:

    I;m from the UK> Please translate into grams: 1/4 cup peanut butter, 1/4 cup choc chips and 1/2 cup chopped almonds. thanks in advance

  31. dawn says:

    These were delicious!! Thanks for the recipe!

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  34. Robert Drożdż says:

    Robert Drożdż szkoda że nie znam angielskiego chętnie dołożył bym do dyskusji

  35. Cara-S Goma says:

    Hi Amanda,

    My name is Shirley. I am looking to join a school to get a certificate in health coaching. Any recommendations?

    Thank you
    Shirley

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