Gluten Free Peanut Butter Honey Balls

If you haven’t made this Peanut Butter Honey Fudge…you are missing out on one of the easiest treats ever! For a little variation this time, I decided to roll some of the squares into balls. 

It may be fun to roll these balls in coconut flakes too!

Okay…Peanut Butter Honey Fudge – you have to try it! Three ingredients, that’s it! Peanut butter, honey and chocolate chips.  Find the recipe here!

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  1. Courtney Wagner says

    Oh my! These look GOOD! We have been making your mudballs fequently lately and LOVING them! We’ll have to give these a go.

    Blessings,
    Courtney

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  2. says

    Laura, I was trying to be good. You know, that “I’m pregnant and want to eat everything in sight to start with anyway” mentality. I wasn’t going to make sweets. But this…..those fudge balls……are literally BEGGING me to make them. Right. Now. Thanks. LOL!

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  3. Sarah says

    Can I just tell you how much I’m enjoying that you are making gluten-free foods? Sorry for your new struggles but happy for me to get all these great ideas from you! Thanks!!!

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  4. Tara says

    These are fabulous, and so easy! I make them at holidays so I have yummy dairy-free treats! I have rolled them in shredded coconut and they are great that way!!

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  5. Sharmista says

    I just made that the other day! I cut the fudge into tootsie roll sized pieces, wrapped them in 3″ parchment squares and twisted the ends shut. The kiddos loved it and didn’t eat as much at a time. :)

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  6. Emily Woodall says

    Oh, my…peanut butter and chocolate…a match made in HEAVEN! We had your breakfast cake this morning…so good! I have been searching your site for all the ‘soaked’ treats I can find. We are not really gluten-free around here, but we are trying to only eat properly prepared grains, when we eat them. I just wish I knew how to soak your snickerdoodles or your vanilla wafers! :)

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  7. Rachel says

    Ooooh this looks like something the whole family will love and the kids will especially enjoy helping make. Thank you!

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  8. says

    I love any kind of truffles and these look like a truffle to me…I’m not a huge peanut butter fan, but my husband would LOVE this flavor for sure. Funny note, I call my baby Peanut (9 months old) and during her pregnancy I like peanut butter more than usual, funny, huh?

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  9. Kate says

    My husband would love these – if only he wasn’t allergic to peanuts, and anything else you can make a “butter” out of. :(

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  10. Rebecca says

    This looks SOOO good! I’m definitely going to have to make this! I’m loving how easy it looks too!

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  11. Cammie M says

    Mmmmm, anything combining PB and chocolate is a winner in my book! Since I went GF, I’ve been having cut up banana drizzled with PB and sprinkled with choco chips and/or coconut for an occasional snack. This little concoction has kept me from ‘falling off the wagon’ when the hubby was sitting next to me enjoying chocolate chip cookies =P.

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  12. Susan H says

    We only eat “sugar” desserts on Saturday, but I don’t see any “sugar” in these… I think I may try these NOW!

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  13. DorthyM says

    oooh, my weakness –chocolate! J will absolutely love these and i will have to make them tomorrow!

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  14. Krista says

    Yummy! Definitely roll in coconut!!!! Or chopped peanuts, or cocoa powder! Oooooo, or sprinkle a “pinch” of coarse sea salt on top for a gourmet twist. Don’t knock it ’til you try it. That little bit of salt can make the flavor explode!!! :-)

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  15. Leanne says

    Great timing! I needed something easy to make for my ladies Bible study tomorrow and this looks great!

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  16. Cathy B. says

    A tasty treat that only takes 3 ingredients? Wow! That’s a must-try, for sure. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. says

    HI Laura, Just fyi- Azure Standard has coconut flour. They have a few different brands… you can search it on their website.
    God Bless you,
    Cynthia

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  18. Christa says

    You’re killing me! My eyes have gained 30lbs just looking at this stuff. I’m sure they’re delicious so I’ll have to try them.

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  19. Micah says

    We’ve made this fudge & it is fabulous! Thank you for offering healthier alternatives to the “traditional” sweet treat!

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  20. Susan Alexander says

    Do you think you could sub maple syrup for the honey? I’ve recently found out I’m allergic. :(

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    Laura Reply:

    Yes, I think this should work!

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    Jenelle Reply:

    Yeah for allergen-free alternatives. LOVE sunbutter.

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  21. RaShell S says

    Printed out the recipe and left it on the counter. I see some of these in my near future! Thank you!

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  22. Traci says

    Yum, these look so good! I wonder if they would work with SunButter?? My girls can’t have peanuts.

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    Laura Reply:

    Yes, I’ve made these with sunbutter before and it works great!

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  23. Samantha says

    Oh my these look great! How long do they keep? I was thinking of making a big batch for the town picnic in a few weeks. Thank you!

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  24. Cheryl says

    Okay, these look too yummy! We would eat them too fast, I’m afraid. Do you think they would freeze well?

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  25. Jaclyn says

    We’ve taken peanut butter out of our diet… will almond or other butter work as well?

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    Laura Reply:

    Yep, those will work!

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