White Chocolate Bon Bons

Last Friday night I attended a great holiday cookie party. The hostess instructed everyone to bring a large batch of their favorite cookies— and the idea was that not only would you have the opportunity to sample the many varieties during the party, but you’d also take an assortment of cookies home with you. I’m all about making one type of cookie and coming home with twelve different kinds of cookies.

I contributed what has been my favorite holiday cookie for at least the last several years. I received the recipe from my Aunt Toby, the family’s baking extraordinaire. This is not the first time I’ve shared the recipe on my blog, but it has been a while. If you enjoy peanut butter and white chocolate, you’ll love these bon bons. They’re also remarkably easy to make.

White Chooolate Bon Bons (recipe from my Aunt Toby; makes 3 dozen)
2 cups crunchy peanut butter
2 cups Rice Krispies
12 ounce package of mini-chocolate chips
1 1/2 cups powdered sugar
4 tablespoons melted butter
Almond bark/white chocolate

Mix first five ingredients together. Shape into balls and place on wax paper-lined cookie sheets. Freeze.

Melt a few pieces of almond bark at a time. Take out a few balls (leave remaining in freezer until ready so they do not thaw) and dip into melted almond bark. Let harden on wax paper.

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2 Responses to “White Chocolate Bon Bons”

  1. TobyD

    Aww Kristin – happy to hear you still love these! Baking extraordonaire is a stretch to be honest!!! Hope to you see at Christmas!!

  2. Laura

    Thanks for sharing again, Kristin! I just read the name of these to my husband, Jason, and he immediately told my to “save that recipe.” He’s really been into making bon bons, and I have a very good feeling that these are going to be popping up in our house soon. Happy Holidays!

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