Peanut Budder Balls


As promised – peanut budder balls.   Now, this is a recipe that you can use to make regular peanut butter o balls.  Lord knows, they are good.  My cousins and I raided a fridge full of them over 30 years ago and we have zero regrets, then or now.

Now, as the focus of this blog is how I microdose medical marijuana throughout the day, I used infused butter (made with my LEVO 2) to have a bite size dose whenever I needed it.  Granted, they are messy and they melt, so they aren’t really great for a warm day in your purse.  But, right now – in the midst of COVID-19 shut down, they are sitting in my fridge for whenever I need to dose.


1 1/2 cups chunky or creamy peanut butter (I use Jif or Skippy – they set better)

1/2cup infused butter

2 cups powdered sugar

1tsp vanilla extract

12oz bag of chocolate chips

Mix peanut butter, powdered sugar, butter and vanilla extract in a bowl.  Put in the fridge to cool.  Trust me – the peanut butter mixture needs to be cool otherwise it’s a complete mess.

In double boiler or microwave, melt the chocolate chips until smooth and creamy.

Using a melon baller or spoon, make the peanut butter mixture into balls.   Using a fork or candy dipper, dip the peanut butter ball into the chocolate.  Place on wax paper.  Continue until all the chocolate and peanut butter mixture has been used up.

Place in fridge to firm up.  That will take about an hour.  The cold candy can now be placed in a airtight container in the fridge for up to three weeks.  They never last that long.  I use a gallon size zip loc baggy and lay it flat on the bottom shelf of the fridge.  And that’s it.  Eat and enjoy.  If you’ve made the medicated one, I found four to six will make you very sleepy.  They work pretty great when the insomnia kicks into high gear.

Remember, you can make the non medicated version for your kids or those family members who otherwise can’t partake in the medicated version.


Published by EIBWB

Just a middle age biker chick, learning how to navigate through life with a disability, and how medical marijuana saved me

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