Almond Butter Balls

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Make almond butter balls with about 1/2 C of almond butter
Freeze them for an hour
melt 1/2 cup to 1 cup of enjoy life chocolate chips
roll frozen balls into the melted chocolate
and place them on a cookie sheet with wax paper
sprinkle coconut on them (or a few of them)
freeze for another hour


  • Almond Butter
  • Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips
  • Coconut


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  1. posted by Mira on September 14, 2011

    Did you mean 1/2 C (cup) of Almond Butter because 1/2 T (tablespoon) is nothing :)!!!!??

  2. posted by Jaylene on September 14, 2011

    How do you make the balls in the first place? My almond butter is WAY to runny for this? Although these sound very dangerous for me to make….I love AB way too much. LOL

  3. posted by meg moss on September 14, 2011

    What r enjoy life chic chips and where do I get them?

  4. posted by lindsay on September 14, 2011

    i found enjoy life chips at Whole Foods. Yum. I’d also like to know how you make the butter into balls… intriguing.

  5. posted by Paula on September 14, 2011

    This recipe was confusing. I mixed almond butter with coconut flakes and stired until a paste consisency. then rolled into balls. froze and dipped into the melted choc. Very good. Thanks for the inspiration Kristen.

  6. posted by Sabrina on September 15, 2011

    If you buy a high quality almond butter at a health food store, it’s ususally quite thick & dry. It also tastes alot better than the runny stuff. I use the runny stuff (I buy that at Costco) for most of my recipes. But to eat straight, or for this recipe specifically, the higher quality one would be best; far more suitable for molding into balls.

  7. posted by jeunnefille on April 27, 2013

    I made these without the coconut and they were awesome!!! They were like the freshest peanut butter cup I ever had. Definitely recommend!

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