When it comes to recipes Grandma’s are always the best. These peanut butter balls could not be easier to make and they are perfect to give as a gift throughout the holiday season!
It’s no secret that Christmas is my favorite time of the year! I just love everything about it.Growing up the best part of Christmas was that Grandma and Grandpa came to visit, it just wasn’t Christmas without them. By the time I was in middle school my grandparents had moved from Virginia to right on the other side of our suburban Rhode Island town. Even though we saw them multiple times a month it was still extra special when they’d come spend the night with us for Christmas!
I have so many great Christmas memories with Grandma. True story, one year I woke up in the middle of the night on Christmas Eve and looked out my window, and what do you know, there was Santa and all his reindeer in the sky! I ran to go wake up Grandma so we could watch together, but of course, he was already gone. Sure, it may have been a really realistic dream, but I’m pretty sure it was real!
We’re celebrating gluten free holiday recipes this week for #SundaySupper in honor of our beloved tastemaker T.R. During times of trouble and sorrow I find family recipes extra comforting, which is why I wanted to make sure to sure something inspired my Grandma this week. I will say this was adapted from Grandma’s recipe, but it not the same. Her recipe is about 50% powdered sugar and I wanted to make these babies without any refined sugar, so I swapped at the powdered sugar for a combo of honey and oat flour. Let me just say they worked out perfectly, I think Grandma would approve!
- 1 Cup Crunchy Peanut Butter
- ¾ Cup Oat Flour
- ¼ Cup Honey
- 1 Tablespoons Melted Coconut Oil
- ½ Teaspoon Salt
- ½ Cup Shredded Coconut
- Combine first 5 ingredients until smooth
- Set in fridge for 15 minutes
- Shape into small balls
- Rolls in shredded coconut
- Store in fridge until ready to enjoy!
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