Chocolate PB pretzel balls


September 8, 2012 by Emily Pergament

These choco PB pretzel balls were pretty straightforward too. I used chunky PB instead of smooth PB because we had chunky at home.

I mixed together all the ingredients except the chocolate and got this:

It wasn’t a lot of mixture, and I only made 8 balls instead of 12. The recipe says to double it, but I didn’t think I needed that many of these puppies.

The mixture was crumbly, and the balls didn’t retain their shape very well when I shaped them and put them in the freezer.

Once they were frozen, I spooned melted chocolate over them. I wasn’t really concerned with how they looked.

Then after cooling in the fridge, this is how they turned out:


They look like macaroons, one of the few things I make well.



8 thoughts on “Chocolate PB pretzel balls

  1. Anne Pergament says:

    Looking tasty Em. Sounds like you had fun.

  2. Becky says:

    They didn’t form as smoothly into balls because of the chunky peanut butter. If that is the same as or similar to crunchy peanut butter, I am sure it was well worth it.

  3. us. says:

    Would you guys pleez make an order of these for us? We can pick ’em up at your wedding!!

  4. us. says:

    Ooops! I almost forgot! When you make the PB Pretzel & Choco bites for us, pleez, pleez, PLEEZ make ’em with Skippy Super Chunk PB!!

  5. us. says:

    Damn! Delivery details…..

    Ya wanna attractively arrange ’em on a platter and jus’ hand to me when ya come down the aisle? If they’re too heavy, maybe Rob could carry ’em. Whatever. Or wait till the reception?

  6. I would be honored to make them for you and hand them to you as I walk down the aisle. Just remember to get an aisle seat! I won’t mind that my hands will get chocolatey and disgusting, I’ll just wipe them on my dress.


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