peanut butter pretzel bites

Salty and sweet.  Crunchy and melt-in-your-mouth.   Peanut butter and chocolate.  Dangerous and delicious (you know what I mean).  One little bite, so much to experience.  Why did I wait so long to give these a try??  A perfect treat to share with a large group of people that you love a whole lot, or to share with yourself on a self-indulgent sweats and sofa  sorta day.  Yum and yum. 

Peanut Butter Pretzel Bites

recipe courtesy Foodaphilia.com

Calorie estimate: 4,000 – 5,000 for complete recipe (depending upon dipping chocolate and pretzels used, etc.)

Yield 60 – 80 pretzel bites


1 cup creamy peanut butter

2 tbsp softened butter

1/2 cup powdered sugar (maybe more)

3/4 cup brown sugar (maybe more)


1 bag  semi-sweet chocolate chips


Combine peanut butter and softened butter in a large bowl with a fork or whisk, or in a stand mixer.  Add the sugars and mix to combine.  At this point if the filling will roll easily into balls without sticking to your hands you’re ready to go.  If not, add a little more of each sugar until you reach a consistency that is easy to roll (I used about 3/4 cup of each sugar).

Use a teaspoon measure to scoop the filling.  Roll each portion into a small ball, then sandwich them between two whole pretzels.  When all the balls are rolled and successfully sandwiched, stick the whole tray in the freezer for about half an hour.

Pour the chocolate chips into a microwave safe bowl and heat at 30-second intervals, stirring occasionally until completely melted.  Remove the pretzel sandwiches from the freezer and quickly dip each half-way into the melted chocolate.  Return to the tray and repeat with remaining sandwiches.  When all are dipped, return the tray to the freezer to set up completely.  Store the sandwiches in the refrigerator until serving time.

340 Responses

  1. Christina says:

    Oh man!! I have to make these!! It looks like a buckeye sandwiched between pretzels and dipped in chocolate! I have to make these! Yum!! :)

  2. Katie says:

    Wow! All of my favorite ingredients in one bite! :)

  3. This is so creative and delicious looking.

  4. stephchows says:

    LOL the estimate calories made me laugh so hard. These look so good though!!!!

    • Cydney says:

      Actually, a more reasonable estimate would be closer to 3500 – 4000 calories for the whole recipe, meaning only about 63 calories per pretzel bite, assuming u made 60 bites. I have an app on my iPad for calories and the like, and it’s very accurate.

      • Really? Hmmmm, they were hard to estimate due to the dipping chocolate and pretzel variables. I will lower the total. Good thing it says, “estimate!” We’ll just assume the best, haha.

    • squirell says:

      I calculated for weight watchers using reduced fat peanut butter & fat free margarine – (2) points per cookie – not bad – i will let you know how they turn out !

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  6. Jill says:

    Oh wow!!!! I am going to make these to take to work. They look so good!!

  7. Taylor says:

    Well it looks like I am going to be 5,000 calories heavier. These look delicious!

  8. baxter bunny says:

    I saw this via Peanut Butter and Co.on Facebook. I hopped right over to the store and bought all the ingredients to make this weekend. I’m so excited. Thanks for posting.

  9. Spike says:

    those look so fun! peanut butter, pretzels and chocolate- nice combo

  10. Ani says:

    I am planning to make these for my sister’s upcoming bridal shower. This will be great. I’m wondering, how far in advance can I make them? Can I make them and freeze them? Or will they keep in the fridge for a week? Thanks for the great recipe.

    • I really, truly think they would be just fine in the freezer or fridge after a week as long as they were stored in air-tight container, but can’t say 100% since I’ve never tried it. Good luck and enjoy!!

    • I have successfully kept ‘buckeyes’ which is basically same recipe p-nut butter, powdered sugar, vanilla, butter…dipped in choc for a month in air tight container in fridge….I don’t think it will be a problem….I wouldn’t store in freezer….

    • Diane says:

      I made these a few weeks ago and kept them in the fridge for about 1 week, they honestly didn’t last longer because we ate them but 1 week worked. They are very soft if not in the fridge so I would actually recommend storing in the fridge to maintain structure.

  11. overthespoon says:

    Oh my goodness these look amazing!

  12. sweet road says:

    These look incredibly satisfying! Sometimes the best things are just simple much like the chocolate chip cookie, the peanut butter cup, the classic vanilla cupcake… the list goes on!

  13. Made it with my preschoolers and husband this afternoon and it was a huge hit. Was tight on time so subbed in honey/maple syrup for the confectioner’s sugar and brown sugar. My youngest couldn’t stop eating the peanut butter mixture straight but I recommend it highly as a family cooking project!

  14. Mallory says:

    Heavenly! Sweet, salty, crunchy, chocolatey & creamy. It couldn’t get much better! Gorgeous photos.

  15. Karilynn says:

    I made these tonight and they are so so so good. I think I ate half the peanut butter ‘batter’ before I could even put it between the pretzels. Who knew that brown sugar, powdered sugar, butter, and PB mixed together would be such a heavenly combination?! Not to mention adding the pretzel and chocolate! I will be bringing these to every event in the future! Easy to make and oh so delicious.

    • Georgi Heyen says:

      I noticed that someone put maple/pancake syrup in instead of confectioner powder. If you are diabetic or watching calories, instead of the sugars use sugar free pancake syrup and dip in melted sugar free chocolate chips which are really good!

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  20. Ani says:

    I made these and they turned out wonderfully! I posted them on my blog today and linked back to you! :)

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  22. Peanut butter, pretzels, and chocolate are just amazing together! Thanks for the recipe – it sounds delicious!

  23. Shelby says:

    I JUST finished making these! My boyfriend and i tried the first one and had such a hard time not eating the rest. These are so amazing!

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  26. So creative and delicious looking… might have to give these a whirl.

  27. ransomedbyfire says:

    Is there any good reason not to dip them completely in chocolate (perhaps one half at a time)?

  28. Vedette says:

    These look very mouthwatering, I would be doing this on the weekend and hope they would look as nice as yours. Thanks for this share

  29. Angela Ivory says:

    I made these for my fiance for Father’s Day and he loved them. I loved them! One great thing is that they are NO BAKE! I didn’t realize until I got into the recipe. I didn’t even have to turn my oven on. Yay! Also, I tried using natural peanut butter and I wouldn’t suggest it because it was super sticky. Probably go with the kind I don’t have to stir next time. GREAT RECIPE!

  30. Okay, I am making these immediately. Chocolate and pretzels are my all-time favorite food.

  31. Claire says:

    OH I love me some sweet/salty snacks, and these look amazing! (found you via Pinterest btw!!)

  32. heather says:

    I copy and pasted the recipe into an email to myself (easier to find that a bookmark) and going to make this soon. I LOVE peanut butter and pretzels but may just drizzle on chocolate instead of dipping.

  33. Steph says:

    These look amazing! I’m totally making these for a 4th of July party I’m going to! I was just wondering about how many of these does this recipe make? I’ll probably make a double batch anyways :)

  34. Kasia Cross says:

    I was looking for something just like this to make for this weekend! I happened to stumble across this and I L.O.V.E. it! Can’t wait to try this weekend!

  35. carri says:

    These look amazing

  36. Oh my days..! My tummy did a backflip at the picture! and it’s all “DO WANT!” :| I gotta make this..!

  37. The 5,000 calories total makes me weary! Hopefully, I don’t eat the entire batch alone. lol I does look like it would go great in a party bag.

  38. It is awesome i will try it and share it with my friends.

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    i just died. these look not only adorable, but freeeaaaking delicious too!

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  45. Maritza says:

    I have a question, about how many servings would this recipe make? It looks easy enough to double, but I’m just curious. I am planning on bringing them to a picnic for my husband’s work! :)

  46. Nick says:

    Those looks incredible! 5000 calories for the recipe is a little intense but it won’t hurt to try it out once :)

  47. TK says:

    I just found this recipe and made them up for a brunch I’m hosting tomorrow. I used a Tbsp cookie scoop and divided each scoop into 4 little balls. With this measurement, there are around 105 sandwiches. Thanks for the recipe. Can’t wait to serve them so they won’t be in my house for me to eat. :D

  48. jenjenk says:

    sweet, salty & peanut buttery??? oh yes, sign me up!!! …5000 calories…that’s not bad for almost 3 days, right??? I mean…i’m sure i can justify something this great!!!

  49. I just made these! I can’t wait to try them. I rolled a few in toffee chips after dipping them in the chocolate. I’ll let you know how they taste. :)

  50. joyce says:

    Oh my goodness, my daughter and I made these and took them to a church potluck. We got so many compliments on them. There is this one friend who keeps talking about them and is wondering when we will make them again.

  51. Emily says:

    I’ve found a definite dish for our Halloween/Masquerade party!! Thanks a ton!!

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  53. Haley says:

    I am totally going to make these for a Buckeye game day party! I always appreciate simple party snacks :]

  54. T says:

    Oh my goodness, these looks absolutely delicious! I can’t wait to make them. And devour them!
    Here’s a recipe for some amazing healthy cookies! Hope you enjoy!

  55. sheila says:

    can’t wait to try this.

  56. I am glad I stumbled to your blog, this is a great recipe!! I will make it for my youngest B-day coming soon :) Thanks

  57. Just Stumbled Upon you! Can’t quite figure out how to get my site stumbled! But these look d.lish! I love pretzels and chocolate in any combination. I made a candy on my site I call Britzel, it’s like a brittle but with chocolate, caramel, and pretzels. Came out super well and was perfect for the Football party I took it to! Can’t wait to explore your site more!

  58. recipelover says:

    really yummy recipes thnx for sharing

  59. Yum Yum Yum! I saw this last night and 1st thing this morning I went to the store and bought all the ingredients. I let my 3 year old help me with them and we just had a blast. They turned out wonderfully. I didnt realize I bought chunky peanut butter and they were amazing. Thanks for sharing :D

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  61. Papou says:

    Excellent recipe and great pictures. I am going to make these next time the ladies of the Madison Scrabble Society stop by. Thanks

  62. What a delightfully perfect little snack! Can’t wait to try these :)

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  64. Liz Phillips says:

    Do you think I could dip them in almond bark instead of chocolate? I want to dye the bark red to match my team colors for tailgating. Also, I found football-shaped pretzels at Wal-Mart!

  65. Becky says:

    Thank you for this recipe! I hope you don’t mind that tweaked it a bit and added a layer of caramel before the chocolate! Yum!

  66. conklin3 says:

    They look wonderful :o )

  67. Dee M. says:

    Pretty much everything I love wrapped into one — sweet, salty, crunchy + includes chocolate and peanut butter. Yummy!

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  69. Oh man…they looked great until I saw the total calories. Maybe I’ll just pretend I didn’t see that! YUM!!

  70. aariia says:

    yummyyyy …. loved it!

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  72. GatorKK says:

    My roommate made these and for the other half that’s left without chocolate, she melted butterscotch chips and dipped it. It made a hundred time better, and I didn’t even think that was possible.

  73. Isabel says:

    Wow! I just did them, I haven’t tasted them yet, but I’m preatty sure they’ll be magnificent!!!! who’d have guessed such an amazing combination!!! it’s perfect! thank you so much for the share!

  74. Yummilicious! Mouth-watering! Gotta try making these. I will not eat them everyday, I promise :-) Just maybe every other day :) Thanks or sharing!

  75. now these look like something my son would love…so far away..can’t treat him to them..sighhh such is life

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  77. Selena says:

    Looks good but I’m allergic to peanut butter… can you suggest any alternatives?

  78. Amanda Rogers says:

    I just made these tonight. So yummy! I did some with semi sweet chocolate and others with white chocolate. I also added some vanilla to the mix. Thank you so much for the great idea.

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  80. Kara says:

    This is such a delicious idea! I was actually looking for something to make to bring to a game night tonight when I found this. It is very easy and low cost. The only thing I recommend is getting a friend to help, because making them gets a little tedious. I almost doubled the recipe, but I’m glad I didn’t bc the single recipe made 75 for me! Thanks for the recipe =]

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    I just made these using chocolate covered pretzels, results are delicious and it saves a step.

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  84. sara says:

    How long can these sit out for? Are they not good for goodie bags that will be passed out? I guess my question is do they need to be refrigerated?

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  87. Ellie says:

    Just made these yesterday and they are fabulous! Do you think they will keep okay until Christmas?

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  91. Tricia Adams says:

    I ended up using about a cup of extra powdered sugar – I just could NOT get mine to ball-rolling consistency. But once I got that figured out it was smooth sailing and I have a batch in the freezer. I don’t know how I’m going avoid eating all of the myself :)

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  93. That looks incredibly tasty! They look easy to do as well. Will have to try them out next party!

  94. Lauren Rees says:

    I have made these! They are so delicious!

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  96. Shanna says:

    These are simple to make, do not leave a big mess to clean up, and require few ingredients. They look cute and taste great! I am going to be putting them in clear bags for gift-giving so I hope they don’t melt in the bag!

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  98. I just so happen to have half a bag of pretzels leftover from a little party we had last week so these will be great to make up. I’ve always loved buckeye balls but sometimes they can be SO sweet–these look perfect because the salty balances out the sweet. Can’t wait to try them–yum!

  99. Angie says:

    Someone at work made these today and they are truly YUMMY! If you have a peanutbutter lover in you house–a MUST make! Better than a Reeses

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  104. Kayla Peterson says:

    Made these for Christmas this year. Everyone LOVED them and they were sooo easy to make.

  105. Lauren says:

    Just made them for a New Years party tomorrow. I sampled one (or two) and they are delicious!

  106. karen says:


    How long do these pretzels keep fresh? How do I store them to keep them fresh? Thanks!

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  110. Katie says:

    Hi! I have these setting in the freezer right now! So excited!! In the batch that did not fit on the tray (about 10) that were on their own plate, I added a bit of sea salt on top on the chocolate. Well see if it was a good decision or not! Thanks for sharing!

  111. Carolyn Ann Colley (Griffith, Smith) says:

    These look great

  112. elizabeth says:

    these were STUPIDLY good!!

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  115. Tessa says:

    These are a pregnant woman’s dream… Yummmmmmy… I cannot wait to try them! YAY!

  116. Jennofer says:

    Just made these and dipped them in white chocolate because that’s what I had on hand. It made 76 sandwiches. I used the smallest Pampered Chef scoop and then cut each of those balls in half. Easy and delicious! Will definitely be making these again as my family and I all love sweet/salty combinations. Thanks for the great recipe!

  117. kim says:

    The look so good

  118. Nikkole Wagner says:

    Yum yum

  119. Casey says:

    just made these with nutella instead of p. butter…delish!

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  130. Cindy says:

    Just made these for my daughter’s volleyball team using Wilton’s melting chocolate. So yummy!!

  131. Kim says:

    I am making these now and my peanut butter mix is pretty “gritty” from the brown sugar. Is it suppose to be like that?

  132. saucypants says:

    New fan, and I LOVE these! I would love to feature them on my blog (www.saucypants.com/blog)! Please let me know how I can get a hold of you :-) . You can email me at kristi {at} saucypants {dot} com!

  133. Shea says:

    Yummy! I made this it’s sooo good!! We only had mini pretzel sticks and we had no chocolate chips, so we dipped the pretzels in this heavenly deliciousness then covered in a little bit of Nutella. It was SO good! Do you know how I would be able to cut this mixture so I have just enough for me? I am in the mood for some right now but I only want like one serving.

  134. Tammy Martin says:

    I am thinking about a twist on this…..what if you were to crush up the pretzels, roll the balls in them, an then dip either halfway or all the way in the chocolate. It would be kind of like a fererro rocher…only cheaper! :)

  135. Phranalia Lianne Ellis says:

    i made these!! they are good!!

  136. Dsides26 says:

    Delicious and very easy to make……..

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  138. marlene says:

    I mistakenly used granulated sugar instead of powdered…the granules would be there anyway with the brown sugar, right? The mixture still tastes delicious!

  139. Sylvia says:

    Made this the other day! I got a whole lot of positive comments. The only adjustment i made was i used milk chocolate for the dipping process

  140. Linda says:

    OH MY! Am going to bring these to my fam for Easter…maybe Easterize them a bit…they look amazing!

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  142. Tina says:

    I’m excited to try these. They will be a nice treat to sneak in extra protein. Was wondering, if I could get away with only using powdered sugar (not also brown sugar)?

    • Two Tiny Kitchens says:

      Hi Tina! So sorry, I have no idea if just the powdered sugar would work. I don’t know why not, but can’t be sure. Good luck!

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  144. Laura O. says:

    OH I will be making these for sure. Yummo! Will be adding some themed sprinkles depending on the occasion/holiday. Can’t wait to try and share! Thanks :)

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  147. Marla says:

    My 12 and 9 year old boys made these with me today….delicious. Had a hard time keeping my 16 year old from eating them and thankfully my 14 was at a sleep over. They might be gone by evening end though! :) Thanks…they were great fun to make and even more fun with my boys.

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  150. lucy says:

    super yummy thanks for sharing

  151. vanessa says:

    These are so delicious :) I have borrowed your photo and linked to this post on my blog, I hope this is OK :)

  152. Lisa says:

    made these today and had a hard time getting the PB mixture to the right consistency….does it matter what PB to start with? I used natural and i think it was too oily to begin with so i felt like i added so much sugar that it was getting too unhealthy. so then i added ground oatmeal, so I hoping it won’t be too lumpy. I’ll have to see how everyone likes them at book club tomorrow night.

    • Two Tiny Kitchens says:

      I think I’ve used both Trader Joe’s natural, and plain ‘ol, unnatural JIF. Both worked fine. Good luck, I hope they turn out well, but I think with the combo it’s hard to mess up.

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  158. My daughter spotted this recipe on pinterest and wanted to make them to take for her school “birthday treat.” (Yes, I am one of the few people who actually makes the recipes from pinterest!) They were a grand success–easy (she did most of it herself), worked exactly as printed, and tasty. Her classmates loved them and I love your blog! Thank you for your time, effort, and fabulous recipes. Can’t wait to try more!

  159. Jessica Maag says:

    Great as is but I experimented and made a few changes that were fun!

    I used Peter Pan Honey Peanut Butter and
    I increased the powdered sugar so they didn’t need freezer time to set. I also drizzled the chocolate instead of dipping. They came out great!

  160. Lindsay says:

    Just made these tonight! They were very easy to make and I only had to add a little bit more of the powdered sugar to make the peanut butter mixture stick! Needless to say they are addicting and almost gone!

  161. Madhuri says:

    very yummy and delicious.thanks for the recipe.

  162. Amy says:

    Peanut butter, pretzel and chocolate – what a great combination! And so cute too! I made these for my friend’s game night and even though everyone was stuffed from dinner and dessert, they were completely devoured!

  163. denise says:

    i am wondering about some coconut too….maybe rolled on the ball ….coconut, chocolate, peanut butter and pretzels..holy combo

  164. KT says:

    Just wanted to say THANK YOU for such a great recipe! My boyfriend loves peanut butter and chocolate together, and salty/sweet combos, so this was *perfect*! They tasted incredible and were a hit, thank you so much for sharing!

  165. [...] tomorrow and will bring a dessert… what to make, what to make??  I saw awesome pics of these peanut butter pretzel bites on pinterest and ohyeahboy we had to make them.  This was a great project for Little Girl and I [...]

  166. Bonny says:

    Made these for the River this weekend!!!! Love Them <3

  167. [...] Peanut Butter Pretzel Bites – Okay, what is better than peanut butter, chocolate and salty pretzels? The answer? NOTHING! What a combo and what a fun looking snack. Kids love peanut butter and it is good for them, so why not eat a couple of these filling treats? [...]

  168. Dusti says:

    I made these yesterday. My husband doesn’t like semi-sweet chocolate, so I used milk chocolate chips and try are DIVINE!!! It tastes like the best Take 5 bar, ever!!! It made way too many, so next time I will have to split it in half.

  169. me says:

    I made these and they were so good! But.. The filling was gritty… Not sure what happened there… But still… Very good and a nice treat!

  170. Anonymous says:

    Almost 100 calories per bite? No thanks!

  171. Jayaram Srinivasan says:

    Someone brought these to work on Monday. They are simply amazing.

  172. Laurrie Rumpp says:

    Made these last night and they were a huge hit! Easy recipe and totally delish!

  173. Judy says:

    These look good. I love how they give the calorie estimate for the whole batch because I would probably eat them all by myself.

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  176. Jackie Comfort says:

    I can’t wait to make these for the girls at work..They love peanut butter, chocolate and salty together. They are going to think they have died and gone to heaven. LOL

  177. [...] ago and recently added it to my gluten-free snacks and appetizers board.  The pin was linked to Two Tiny Kitchens, but it didn’t even originate there.  I took the idea and used gluten-free pretzels along with [...]

  178. Michy says:

    these look awesome. do you need to add all of the extra sugar to the peanut butter?

    • Two Tiny Kitchens says:

      Just add according to your personal preference. They always seem to turn out a little differently, so go with your gut!

  179. Sarah says:

    A Fantastic idea for little ones to help make. My kids loved it and learned how to be Gentle and have fun all at the same time.

  180. cindy says:

    Froze OK. Anybody know why the pretzels seemed a little on the soggy side after thawing?

  181. [...] buckeyes for these addicting Peanut Butter Pretzel Bites. I saw these about a month ago over at Two Tiny Kitchens and about fell out of my chair. A buckeye sandwiched between two pretzels and dipped in chocolate! [...]

  182. [...] that link back to the original Web source.  If I “pin” a photo that accompanies a recipe for Peanut Butter Pretzel Bites from the website Two Tiny Kitchens onto one of my virtual food “boards,” I can access it [...]

  183. College Cook says:

    So delicious and easy, perfect for a potluck!

  184. [...] recipe found on Pinterest, you can check out my “Yum” board here, that was posted from Two Tiny Kitchens. Sound familiar? I love these Pretzel cookie/bites because A) the recipe yields a LOT! and b) who [...]

  185. [...] These have football season written all over them! Not only are they a perfectly portable, bite-size snack but they have all the necessary elements for game day: sweet, salty, smooth and crunchy. Yum! I’ve said time and time again that the combination of peanut butter and chocolate is pretty much a match made in heaven for me. I also love chocolate covered pretzels so I knew when I saw these that they would be an instant favorite….and they totally were! They take a bit of time to make with the rolling freezing time and dipping but they are absolutely worth it for your next gathering! I dipped half in white chocolate and half in semi-sweet and both versions were great. Peanut Butter Pretzel Bites recipe from Two Tiny Kitchens [...]

  186. squirell says:

    this was for 60 cookies !

  187. [...] Labor Day weekend, Layna and I made these super easy and DELICIOUS Peanut Butter Pretzel Bites for a cook out at our house. Oh, the salty mixed with sweet, mixed with crunchy. LOVED it!!! The [...]

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  190. Linnea says:

    Chocolate and Peanut Butter with Crunch??? How can you go wrong. I made these for a gathering today. My husband told me one person would try one, then grab more to share with friends. They didn’t last long! Great recipe. I had to use a good bit more of the sugars than suggested. I think I’m going to try and use less butter next time.

  191. S says:

    I just made these for the second time. This time instead of making the peanut butter mixture I just used the “real” peanut butter by itself (the stuff that’s only ground up peanuts). I skipped the sugar and butter. Still totally delicious. The natural pb has to be refrigerated so it’s already a good consistency to roll into balls. By the end mine was getting a little too warm and harder to work with. You might want to take half out to work with and then get more from the fridge.

  192. Samantha says:

    Made these for the Patriots game day today, they were a hit! Everyone loved them, and we couldnt stop eating them! Definitely a recipe I’ll be making many more times in the future! :)

  193. Nicole says:

    Are you giving me the whole recipe calorie count because you know I will eat them all in one sitting??? :)

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  196. Abdul says:

    Fantastic recipe! I will be doing this one very soon. Thank you for the idea.

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  198. Stephanie says:

    I just made these for my cookie exchange and they were a hit! Sooo good! My husband wants me to make a batch to take to his work and impress the guys. We had to hide them from my son.

  199. I have wanted to try these for forever. These look fabulous!!

  200. [...] all the goodies I made for Christmas, these Peanut Butter Pretzel Bites were by far everyone’s favorite little nuggets that they couldn’t stop oooing and [...]

  201. Tanya says:

    yummy! making them now.

  202. Deanna says:


    I made this last year, amazing first try.
    I’ve attempted this 3 times in the past 2 days (3 different kinds of peanutbutter) , added more sugar, it is so sticky every time still. :(
    Getting quite frustrated and spending tons on peanut butter.
    Need suggestions please.

    • Two Tiny Kitchens says:

      I’m so sorry, Deanna! I just use plain ol’ Jif PB. I could only suggest adding more sugar, but sounds like that’s not working well for you. Have you tried chilling the PB mixture for a couple hours before rolling? I think that could help a lot. And then chilling again before dipping in the chocolate. Good luck!

  203. Just looking at the pretzel bites makes my mouth water and I already can imagine its playful sweet and salty taste in my mouth. Good work!

  204. Marinablu says:

    I hope you guys are still checking this website. I got your recipe and read some of the comment that said you could use maple syrup and honey. I used the syrup and honey and it is very runny. I didn’t buy any powdered sugar because I didn’t think I needed it if I was using the syrup and honey. I do not live close to a store and I need them for Xmas on Dec 29, 2012. Help!

  205. [...] I also whipped up two favorites from last year: soft chewy sugar cookies, and peanut butter filled pretzels covered in chocolate. [...]

  206. [...] 3} Peanut Butter Pretzel Bites by Two Tiny Kitchens [...]

  207. I just made this, and it turned out great! They disappeared so fast!

  208. [...] just sneak this one in with them Its these… The recipe is found here if ever interested Two Tiny Kitchens Always sorta one of those things where you get a hankering for peanut butter and chocolate and [...]

  209. i love peanut butter…combined with pretzel? this is heaven!

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  210. Tamara says:

    Needed a quick last-minute dessert for a Bible Study tonight! Made these and they were quick, easy and look FABULOUS! Only thing is: I only got 36 treats out of the recipe. Mine look exactly like the photo – and I used my smallest scoop, so… anyway – very happy with this recipe! :-) Thanks!

  211. Peeko says:

    Mmmmm salty peanutty goodness!

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  214. Jan B says:

    I made these for a family get-together and they were a huge hit! I made a second batch and froze them in a air tight container and when I took them out a week later they were just as good as eating them right away.

  215. #run4life says:

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  216. Kristin says:

    I made these last night to bring to my son’s school function – very tasty! I had a bit of a “duh” moment and didn’t put wax paper down after dipping them in chocolate, then proceeded to leave them in the freezer all night. Needless to say, I ended up breaking a few in trying to pry them off the baking sheet, so of course I had to sample those. Will definitely make these again, and will most definitely use wax paper!

  217. [...] a friend posted the original version of this recipe on facebook with a comment about how they wouldn’t be good for his diet (that he had just [...]

  218. [...] Original Recipe: http://twotinykitchens.com/2011/02/23/peanut-butter-pretzel-bites/ [...]

  219. Taylor says:

    These are awesome! I made them for the holidays with a bunch of other goodies, and put them in cute little candy boxes.

  220. [...] while back I tried this recipe, though it was too crumbly and something about the brown sugar was not right for [...]

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  222. Michelle says:

    I typically refrain from making desserts because I have absolutely no baking skills. But these are too good to ignore and no baking required. No more excuses. Pinned!

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  224. Kim says:

    I have a friend that is diabetic. How many carbs are in each bite? Does anyone know? They are delicio. I am using them for a cookie party.

  225. Mara says:

    i’d love to try this out, I just don’t know where to buy pretzels near our place. I’ll try out your other recipes. :)

  226. Daci says:

    I have had these bookmarked to make … and am looking forward to them! 1 question; I am not a huge, huge, chocolate fan (although, it really does go hand in hand with peanut butter huh!? ;-) so was curious, do you think these will fare well using butterscotch chips? Or am I completely ruining the whole thing?!??!

  227. Greg says:

    I came back a year later to get this recipe again. It was excellent. Everyone loved them the first time around. Can’t wait. My wife and I are having some special friends over this weekend and wanted to share this treat with them.

  228. [...] 6) Peanut Butter Bretzel Bites. [...]

  229. Robin says:

    THESE ARE DELICIOUS!! My friend made them with waffle pretzels, which held the filling in nicely. We sucked them all down, so it really didn’t matter anyway, LOL. Thanks!

  230. [...] Peanut butter pretzel bites are perfect for parties, desert, or after school treats for the kids. Here is the full recipe for these lovely treats. Bon Appétit!   All you need is a few simple [...]

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  262. Lisa says:

    Anyone know how the pretzels hold up if these are made in advance? I want to ship these to a friend but I’m afraid that the pretzels might get soft.

  263. Alicia says:

    These are yummy and super easy. Put a little shortening in your melted chocolate to make it a little thinner and easier for dipping. Or instead of dipping, sprinkle it on top.

  264. Rebecca says:

    These are pretty yummy but next time I make them I will omit the brown sugar as it created a gritty peanut butter mixture and instead use all powdered sugar like a traditional buckeye. Love the salty sweet combo.

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