It's almost time for my favorite holiday, St. Patrick's Day! A couple weeks ago, I showed you how to make my yummy Chocolate Vanilla-Mint Fudge. Today I'm showing off Irish Buckeyes!
Like the fudge, this one is super easy too! See this pretty green sherbet cup? My mom used to serve my brother and I Jell-O and pudding in these. I love green and pink Depression glass!
|Feel free to pin it so you'll have the recipe handy when you're ready to try it out.|
1 cup powdered sugar
1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
3 tablespoons butter
1 tsp. vanilla
1 bag white chocolate chips
green food coloring
(mini chocolate chips are optional)
Mix the peanut butter and butter until creamy, then mix in the powdered sugar and vanilla. You can also add mini chocolate chips here too, if you've got to have that chocolate fix! Roll into balls and place on a sheet covered with wax paper. Melt white chips and stir in desired amount of food coloring. Using a toothpick, dip balls in melted mixture and let harden on wax paper. You can use almond bark for this too, if you'd like, but something funky always happens to my almond bark when I add food coloring and they just don't turn out as nice.
Thanks to Lisa Lynn at The Self-Sufficient HomeAcre for featuring this recipe!
Thanks, also, to Renea at Cupcake-n-Bake for the feature!