They are always a hit. These look absolutely perfect and scrumptious! For anyone with allergies, I substituted Wow Soy Nut Butter, Vegan Becel Margarine, and Enjoy Life Mini Chocolate Chips. Hi Michelle, first Happy Easter to you and your family! I will look into it. Your photographs are excellent! Stay healthy and safe, happy holidays! My Reese’s peanut butter cup gene has activated and is urging me on to make these! Hello and welcome! Thanks! Return the chocolate-covered peanut butter eggs to the refrigerator to allow the chocolate to set, about 30 minutes. I found a similar recipe that didn’t have the brown sugar and instead added about a teaspoon of salt, which brought it closer in taste to a Reese’s peanut butter cup. It might be a few years still before my son is actually interested in eating them, but in the meantime I am able to enjoy an Easter treat knowing that it is safe for him if he does want to try it. What a great Easter chocolate gift idea :-). Soooo happy with this recipe!!! Excellent! Form rounded tablespoonfuls into egg shapes. Can’t say they’re the prettiest since when I chipped away some if the edges, it took too much off and exposed the peanut butter. The bunny knew what kind of candy you liked and you always got the good stuff. Also, did you use natural peanut butter? Even added Easter sprinkles on top of the egg. Nothing worked as a dipping method. I followed the directions exactly, and they turned out great! Lecithin – which in essence is still a wax but is a professional chocolate makers emulsifier for candy making. Today I am going to try your pb cups! My son is allergic to peanuts so I can’t buy the actual Reese’s eggs but I am going to sub soy butter…it’s what we use for a pb replacement, I use it in anything that calls for pb. Fun to decorate and delicious to eat! Stir in coconut if desired. It’s actually firmer in consistency than Jiff is. Stir until smooth and creamy. I followed the instructions to a T also. These are super rich and oh so yummy. Dip eggs in chocolate: Using a fork, dip each egg into the melted chocolate, drain excess chocolate, and transfer back to the baking sheet. Good Luck ! I made these today to bring to an Easter party and I am sure it will be a huge hit! Priceless. Always a hit, and always requested by friends and family. You can substitute another nut butter (again, not natural, though!) 31 Slow Cooker Dip Recipes You Can Make in Your Crock-Pot, This Holiday Oreo Cookie Tin Is Packed with Fudge-Covered Oreos, Do Not Sell My Personal Information – CA Residents, 1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened, 1 package (2 pounds) confectioners' sugar, 2 cups sweetened shredded coconut, optional. I think that’s a pretty good indication that they were yummy. These look delicious! Happy Easter! Blown. What did I do wrong? Do you think that would work or shoud I buy whipped peanut butter? If you’re hosting Easter I have a fun idea for you! :). Any ideas? I plan to make these delicious-looking eggs today, but I didn’t see anywhere in anyone’s comments what the very cute decorations were that you used for the tops…. I find that most homemade peanut butter eggs just don’t have the peanut butter intensity that Reese’s do. Refrigerate to allow the peanut butter eggs to set, about 30 minutes. But the bigger, the better :). Hi Kim, I would recommend coconut oil. I can’t dip them with a fork because I can’t even get them off the parchment without squishing them, and they bend while I’m lifting them out of the chocolate. Just made these with semi-sweet chocolate chips for the coating and they’re AMAZING!! I was asked to make a 2nd batch as my husband and son ate them so quickly! What do u do to get them not to stick to your hands when rolling? The ability to stash a bunch of these in your refrigerator for an “emergency”? Your email address will not be published. You could always coat your hands in a light dusting of powdered sugar. Let me know if you try it! = ). :). Like Kristen, these remind me of the peanut butter balls, I used to make at Christmas time. An easy recipe that will be a holiday staple! In a large bowl, beat cream cheese, butter, peanut butter and vanilla until smooth. Every editorial product is independently selected, though we may be compensated or receive an affiliate commission if you buy something through our links. My husband is a peanut butter egg freak. Didn’t know if you had anything like this, for exact measurements.Thanks. I am hoping I can chip those off so they look prettier, all and all these was a really positive experience, I just have to learn to dip better! I had the recipe but can not find it. Now I can make them at home, awesome! one word amazing i will never buy a reese cup again :), good lord! This is the only recipe I will use for peanut butter eggs! They have been requested again this year. These treats look so charming and sweet, I just had to make them for my family Easter dinner which was on Friday. I was wondering if you have come across a recipe with the following ingredients : peanutbutter, sweetened condensed milk, confectioners’ sugar & chocolate chips (I believe that is all). Place on waxed paper-lined baking sheets. I end up with way too much chocolate on them, which then flows off, solidifies and distorts the egg shape. Next party I`m treating everyone!!! Yikes…I LOVE Reese’s! Can’t wait to try this. They are one of my all time favorite treats! Hi Joy, Thank you for the heads up! Leave a review below, then snap a picture and tag @thebrowneyedbaker on Instagram so I can see it! Taste of Home is America's #1 cooking magazine. Photo: Courtesy of Elizabeth Buxton. I’ll find another. I would tell you how they turned out, but I didn’t even get one. Any suggestions or ideas on what I’m doing wrong? I had the recipe but can not find it. There will be chocolate all over everything! You did a great job; these are beautiful! Thank you for this delicious recipe! For me, the good stuff meant peanut butter eggs (shocking, I know). What did I do wrong?? These peanut butter eggs are a homemade copycat version of Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs, an Easter favorite. ….oh and I want to try making them with white chocolate next time! I need these now!…but my hips certainly don’t. The extra sugar in peanut butter seems unnecessary so I prefer to use the natural peanut butter. I don’t think I’ll ever go back! Your dipping looks amazing! Not a stupid question! Will they go bad? I use Amish home churned butter and they turn out just fine. Was just wondering if you have come across a recipe with the following ingredients : peanutbutter, sweetened condensed milk, confectioners’ sugar & chocolate chips (I believe that is all). Thanks for sharing this recipe! Hi Tonya, I didn’t really have an issue with them sticking too much to my hands. So I decided to pour it of the eggs. so think I’ll have to whip up a batch! Completely adorable! The eggs wldnt stay on the forks. Is there any substituion for the shortening? I just mixed the ingredients together by hand with softened butter. Yes, vegetable shortening would be Crisco. Thanks, Michelle! I’m planning to make this on Easter Sunday. B/c I’m not up to doing the standing involved (recovering from an 8-1/2-year leg injury and 2 different cancers), I plan to pat the filling into a buttered 8-inch cake pan and pour the chocolate atop. ;-), Three years ago: Soft & Chewy Peanut Butter-Chocolate Chip Cookies Just made these - so many!! I ended up with a TON of leftover chocolate. We use dark chocolate candy wafers, the higher quality, the better the taste. Freeze them overnight before you dip them. Thank you for sharing! Let’s break down these peanut butter eggs…. I made these for my mom as an Easter gift (Reese’s Eggs are her favorite!) I’ve loved tackling homemade versions of treats that I have always eaten from a wrapper; it’s incredibly satisfying to know exactly what I’m eating, and that I’m not using any crazy preservatives or chemicals. Thanks for sharing. You can leave them out on the counter in a closed container if you like the inside a little softer or refrigerate them if you like them stiffer. My 3-year old son has many allergies including all dairy, nuts and eggs. Just wanted to know if a sugar substitute can be used. Didn’t have any sprinkles around, so I drizzled a few of them with white chocolate. for a half bag of large chocolate chips, i’d put in what would be about 1.5 tbsp. These are easy to make. :0) How long do these typically last in the ‘fridge? Remove from the heat. Yummy. Put the peanut butter eggs in individual cellophane treat bags, tie with a ribbon, and place in a basket so everyone can grab one on their way out the door. These look wonderful! I find it essential when melting chocolate for dipping or coating. I made choc covered pretzels with the little pretzels. It’s just so… CUTE! The chocolate doesn’t stay smooth and melted and eventually becomes impossible to cover the peanut butter balls and I have to throw it out and start over. If you search on you will fing many recipes for coconut fudge.

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