Note* I used more than 2 ingredients because that's the way my family likes them, but you don't have to. They can be made with only peanut butter and icing sugar (which I personally like more :)
Warning: there is no specific measurements for these. It's all about trail and error, but trust me, after you've done it once, it is not hard :)
Spoon a good amount of peanut butter into a bowl. I did about 2 of these.
Dump in some icing sugar. You'll be surprised at how much you'll need if you decide not to add any other ingredients. However, my mom doesn't like them so sweet. The next 2 ingredients are optional...
I added some graham cracker crumbs to add a bit of texture and tone down the sweetness.
And then some Rice Krispies for a crunch!
Mix THOROUGHLY. It should come out as a crumbly mix. If it is too wet, add more of the dry ingredients. If it's too dry, add more peanut butter. I got it right on the first try (first time ever!)
You should be able to squeeze it into a ball easily without it falling apart. Here I squished a chunk of the mix twice and it stuck together nicely.
Drop the balls onto a pan with parchment paper. (After taste-testing 1 or 2 of course!)
I ended up making a second batch just because I'm part of a big family and when I bake, I need to bake A LOT!
Once you've finished that, put about 2 handfuls of chocolate chips into a separate bowl and add a very small amount of oil to make the chocolate smoother.
Pop it in the microwave until it has melted and mix together.
Using the spoon, drizzle the chocolate onto the balls. I think I need to work on my drizzling skills 😋 you can also dip the balls into the chocolate, but I find this faster.
Stick them into the fridge for a good 10 minutes and enjoy! They taste exactly like Reese's!