Buckeyes are made with peanut butter, powdered sugar, butter and vanilla. They are rolled into a ball and dipped in chocolate, can it get any better than that?

To see the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE.



  1. Hi. Oh my gosh, I love making these. I haven’t done it with part of the middle showing. I will try that. I usually just dip the whole ball.

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    • The reason you leave the top without chocolate is because they look exactly like the buckeye’s on the buckeye tree that way. I grew up with a Buckeye tree in my front yard. Congratulations on your new blog it looks great, glad I found you again.

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      • Love that. I have seen buckeyes, but it’s been a long time. Will try these. Thank you so very much! I am glad you did, too!!! Hope you have a great day!


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  2. By just looking at them, makes my mouth water! I had to google the Buckeye tree – never knew this is what its called. I wished I lived closer to you … I would come visit often (with an empty bowl) 😉.


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