How to Make Peanut Butter Bites

Quick, easy, and healthier replacement for your favorite Reese's Cup treat!

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How to Make Peanut Butter Bites Recipe
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In a bowl, mix melted coconut oil, cocoa powder, ground Truvia, and salt.  Make sure you grind the Truvia or else your chocolate will have a "crunch" when you bite into it.

In a bowl, mix melted coconut oil, cocoa powder, ground Truvia, and salt. Make sure you grind the Truvia or else your chocolate will have a "crunch" when you bite into it.

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Pour chocolate evenly into your mold, and place in freezer until slightly firm.

Pour chocolate evenly into your mold, and place in freezer until slightly firm.

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In a microwave-safe bowl, combine second half of ingredients- peanut butter, coconut oil, and vanilla extract. Microwave until mixture is smooth.

In a microwave-safe bowl, combine second half of ingredients- peanut butter, coconut oil, and vanilla extract. Microwave until mixture is smooth.

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The smoother the mixture is, the easier it is to pour into your molds. Mix it well!

The smoother the mixture is, the easier it is to pour into your molds. Mix it well!

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Pour peanut butter mixture over the chilled chocolate layer and place in freezer until set up and firm, about 20 minutes.

Pour peanut butter mixture over the chilled chocolate layer and place in freezer until set up and firm, about 20 minutes.

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Once firm, remove from mold and enjoy! (They pop out of silicone molds MUCH easier than ice cube trays).

Once firm, remove from mold and enjoy! (They pop out of silicone molds MUCH easier than ice cube trays).

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Store in a Ziplock bag in the freezer and enjoy for the week! Do not store them on the countertop- they will melt!   This recipe was adapted from "Healthy Mama, Happy Mama!"

Store in a Ziplock bag in the freezer and enjoy for the week! Do not store them on the countertop- they will melt! This recipe was adapted from "Healthy Mama, Happy Mama!"

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