Skinny Peanut Butter Truffles

Skinny Peanut Butter Truffles #healthy #dessert #candy #party
 Remember that time when I made you Skinny Caramel Truffles? I surprised you all with my secret ingredient. That was fun ;)
Well, today I am at it again. This time though, I am using peanut butter. I know! Now you may be thinking: How are these skinny? Doesn’t peanut butter have a lot of calories? My answer? Yes. But if you are using good peanut butter it is actually healthy! Full of protein and fiber! They are good calories, so there’s no guilt, mmmkay?
The sweetness in these truffles comes from a banana – NO SUGAR, so these are practically a meal. A healthy meal!
Protein: check.
Carbs from Fruit: check.
Healthy Fat: check
Cuteness from Sprinkles: check. Oh, wait…
Skinny Peanut Butter Truffles #healthy #dessert #candy #party
Skinny Peanut Butter Truffles
by: Back For Seconds
  • 1 cup finely ground Fiber One cereal
  • 3/4 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 1/2-1 ripe banana
  • 12 oz dark, milk, or white chocolate
  • sprinkles (optional)
In a food processor grind the cereal as finely as possible. Add in the peanut butter and 1/2 banana and pulse until it all comes together. If it seems a bit dry add in more banana. I did not add any sugar and me and my 3 year old could not stop eating the “dough”. If you want it sweeter go ahead and add a little sugar – just keep in mind you are dunking them in chocolate, so they will get a little more sweetness from that. Roll the dough into balls and lay them on a cookie sheet. Freeze for about 30 minutes. Melt chocolate and dunk each truffle completely. Scoop them out of the chocolate with a fork and tap it on the side of the bowl to remove excess chocolate.  Add sprinkles immediately. Store at room temperature for up to 24 hours. Refrigerate or freeze for longer shelf life. Best served at room temp!


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  1. says

    Holy cow, I think I love you. No, wait, I REALLY love you. Skinny PB Truffles? Is this real life?! That means I can eat a bunch and it’s like, health food. Perfect :)

  2. says

    Ha!! It wouldn’t have occurred to try the cereal for peanut butter truffles, but it’s a fantastic idea!! Now I can eat a lot of these and not feel guilty! Yahoo!

  3. says

    Ooh chocolate and peanut butter dessert that isn’t too bad for me? I’m definitely sold! Thanks for sharing–I look forward to making these :)

    I’m your newest follower and would love for you to follow me! Have a wonderful weekend!


  4. says

    Hi – I just found your site through the sasse life sunday social. I am your newest follower. Feel free to stop on by and say hello. Have a terrific week. Athena

  5. says

    Making these right now! The peanut butter mix was so simple! They are currently in the freezer awaiting chocolate. Can’t wait to taste them with the chocolate. I noticed as I was rolling them into balls, a lot of oil was coming out of the peanut butter. I think I may have spun them in the processor too much??? But they still taste great (so far without the chocolate) can’t wait for the finished product!

  6. says

    I am trying these tonight righ now as we speak! Yay they look delicious. I can’t wait to dunk them and eat one. My only issue I had was they were very oily as I was rolling them into the balls. My thoughts… maybe I spun them to much in the processor trying to get the banana to mix? Anyway, SIMPLY BRILLIANT IDEA!!!!

  7. says

    Thank you so much for this recipe! I am trying my darndest to lost my baby weight, but am dying for some dang sweets! I must give these a try! Thanks so much!

  8. says

    We loved the caramel truffles, so I need to try these with a peanut butter replacement (allergies!)

  9. says

    OK I’m in love. Skinny PB truffles…who would have thought that was possible? Pinning these to try soon.

  10. says

    these look DELICIOUS!

    p.s. i just found your blog through the wonderful wednesday weekly link party and i’m your blog’s newest follower!

    dash dot dotty

  11. says

    They look delicious AND pretty! I thought they’d be a little complicated to make, but it sounds pretty easy.

  12. says

    Cereal in Canada is CRAZY expensive…what would you substitute for the Fiber One cereal that is cheaper but still tasty and low-calorie?

    • says

      Aw bummer! I’m not sure what to suggest that isn’t cereal…How about reduced fat graham crackers? I don’t know how those price in Canada, and I haven’t tried them in this recipe, but I would think they would work! Let me know if you try them :)

  13. Meg says

    Is the 1 cup measurement of Fiber One BEFORE or AFTER grinding? Thanks


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