Chocolate Goobers

I’ve been making this recipe for about 20 years now and it never gets old. Everyone that has tried these delicious little things always ask me for a copy of the recipe.

So instead of keeping it hidden in my recipe book I wanted to share it with you. These are great for cookie swaps or for anything really. If you love the combination of chocolate and peanut butter, then you will surely love these. :)

If you decide to make up a batch, stop back and let me know what you think, okay?

Chocolate Goobers

INGREDIENTS

1 cup confectioner’s sugar

1/2 cup butter

1/2 cup peanut butter (creamy)

1 package (6oz.) semi-sweet chocolate chips

1 Tablespoon shortening

1 1/4 cup graham cracker crumbs (about 12 cookie squares)

INSTRUCTIONS

In a medium size bowl, combine confectioner’s sugar and graham cracker crumbs, set aside; In a small saucepan heat butter and peanut butter over low heat until melted. Stir into crumb mixture. Shape peanut butter mixture into 1 inch balls, set aside. In another small saucepan heat until melted the shortening and chocolate chips over low heat. Drop balls into the chocolate to coat. Remove by scooping with a fork. Place on a waxed paper lined cookie sheet and refrigerate until firm.

Makes about 36 goobers.

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Comments

  1. Lisa Marie,

    Whenever I plan to share some of these with family or friends I always have to make more than I intend to because my hubby and kids just gobble them up. :)

    They’re not the best for the waistline but these things are just soooo goood. LOL

  2. Lisa Marie Mary says:

    OMG, those sound completely delicious!! 😀

  3. These look great!!!

  4. My lil’ peanut butter fanatic is going to love these. Thank you so much for sharing the recipe!

  5. Goobers? OMG! The name alone caught my eye… how funny is that?!

    Chocolate and peanut butter together can’t be beat. Also, this recipe is perfect to make with kids. Once you have the ingredients ready, even little hands can participate. No baking… that’s really cool! I’m thinking I’ve got a project this weekend for my grandkids. 😀

    Thanks for the great recipe!

  6. You’re welcome Gidget. :) I’d love to hear what you guys thing of them, so please stop back and let me know. 😉

    Happy Holidays!