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EZ Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs!

By April 9, 2009 May 7th, 2019 No Comments

Yeah, it’s not about insurance, but folks have been asking how to make them, so here’s the recipe!

Get a 16-oz jar of peanut butter (I like crunchy Jif, but you can go either way for creamy or crunchy version) and a 13-16 oz can of cream cheese frosting (the pre-made kind for cakes)…mix them well.

Form little eggs and place them onto a cookie sheet/plate/whatever with waxed paper…FREEZE them. 

Melt chocolate buttons (double boiler method or microwave…if you microwave, do in small quantities so you can re-heat and keep it liquid for your dipping) and then dip the frozen eggs into the chocolate until nicely coated.  Dipping with a toothpick works pretty well.

I like DARK chocolate, but you can get the milk chocolate or white chocolate variety if you prefer.

Back into the freezer for a “flash freeze” and then after an hour or so, you can place them into containers for in the refrigerator.

These are fast and easy…but most important, DELISH!