Buckeye Bark

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I hope your new year as been absolutely fabulous so far! I am really excited to share with you today one of my favorite recipes! And of course it involves chocolate and peanut butter. Surprise!  Buckeye bark is very easy to make, and the hardest part is waiting for the bark to harden. 🙂

Buckeye Bark

This delicious Buckeye bark is low in sugar and is dairy-free and grain-free! My family loves this tasty Buckeye Bark and I’m sure you and your family will too! The recipe below can be used to make Buckeye Balls and Buckeye Bark. Note the exception though, the Buckeye bark recipe has an additional 1/4 cup of powdered xyla added to it. If your short on time the Buckeye Bark recipe is much faster to make, as you don’t have to make the balls! 🙂

Buckeye Bark

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Buckeye Balls
Recipe by The Pioneer Chicks
Prep Time 20 minutes
Passive Time 25 minutes
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Prep Time 20 minutes
Passive Time 25 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
Buckeye Bark
  1. Brown the butter in a small sauce pan, the butter should turn a dark golden brown. Next powder the xyla in a food processor or seed grinder. In a medium sized mixing bowl combine the peanut butter, flour, powdered xyla, browned butter and honey. Mix well. Next add the vanilla and sea salt, stir to combine.
  2. Line a pan with parchment paper and spread the peanut butter mixture evenly around. Allow the peanut butter mixture to freeze for 15-20 minutes. Then melt the chocolate chips in a saucepan and spread over top of the peanut butter. Freeze until chocolate is hardened. Cut into desired squares for serving. Enjoy!
Note: Buckeye Balls
  1. Cover the peanut butter mixture in the bowl and place in the freezer for 25 minutes, depending on how sticky it is. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper. Once your batter is ready start melting the chocolate chips in a small saucepan. When the chocolate is done melting, use a cookie scoop or teaspoon and make the buckeye balls, dipping each one in chocolate before setting on the tray. Cover the baking sheets and freeze the buckeyes until they are hardened. Enjoy!
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Buckeye Bark

Have a great Valentine’s Day!

– Anna

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