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Chocolate Peanut Butter Squares recipe

I recently made these Chocolate Peanut Butter Squares. So sweet and yummy!

I love Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, and these squares are an excellent homemade substitute when I'm craving a sweet peanut and chocolate combo!

They're also quick to make and don't require oven usage. However, they're not a bit healthy! ;)

Chocolate Peanut Butter Squares recipe

And when I'm in the mood for a quick chocolate dessert (without the peanut butter) I head for some Chocolate No-Bake Cookies.

Chocolate No-Bake Cookies recipe

This is my mom's recipe and it's my favorite of any chocolate no-bake cookies I've tried. :)


My son and I love your chocolate peanut butter squares. I like them more then peanut butter cup candies. We have made them gluten-free by using gluten-free cookies/crackers. I have also made them peanut butter free by using almond butter. I prefer the peanut butter but have several children allergic to peanut butter.


I refuse to believe these aren't healthy. la-la-la-la I can't hear you!

I made the Chocolate Peanut Butter Squares yesterday while watching four little ones under the age of four and they were really easy to make and really good. I cut them into very small pieces so the kids wouldn't eat too much. I have to say that I went shopping later and left them unattended in the refrigerator to my husband, 14, 12, 9, and 4 year-old and came back to one of the three smaller containers I filled with them completely empty, mainly consumed by the children!! Too funny! No stomachache complaints yet. :) I'll definitely be making these for the volunteer luncheons I host every year. My husband is also a huge Reese's Peanut Butter Cup fan, and I was surprised to hear him say he thought they were better than Reese's!

Hey Tammy... if you like those, then try THIS recipe!!!
One bag of original oreo cookies
One brick of cream cheese
blend them together in a food processor or crush oreos thoroughly by hand and combine with the cream cheese VERY well.
Chill until firm
Roll into one inch balls and dip in either white, milk, or dark chocolate melted in a pan.
Put on waxed paper and back into the fridge to chill. Drizzle with a different chocolate if you want them to look really pretty.

Oh. My. Word. These are like the finest truffles you have ever tasted, and people freak out and ask for the recipe every time I bring them somewhere new. Then they LOL when I tell them how easy they are to make.

Please try them ~ and enjoy!

I know it is really too late reply.....but here goes....my grandson and I make these oreo balls for Xmas and Halloween. We have made them with the yellow/vanilla Oreo cookies and used both white and dark chocolate coatings. And, Yes, you can decorate them several ways. They are the one things that everyone loves and comments on at our parties. They are much easier to make than the cake balls, which are too messy to make. The cake balls are cake mix, cook as usual, let it cool and then mix with cream cheese, roll in balls and dip in coating.....but the whole kitchen ends up with cake crumbs.....perhaps from letting little boys make them.

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