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Delicous! I couldn't stop eating it! I probably used about 1 cup of mini-chocolate chips. I did not use nuts. I served with Honey Teddy Grahams and Bee-shaped Honey Graham Crackers. I love this size because dipping is so easy and the crackers don't break. Thanks for the idea of forming the ball while the mixture is in plastic wrap. Worked perfectly!
Excellent recipe -the amounts are PERFECT. Thanks for posting this, I plan to use it for a long time!
Made this for thanksgiving lunch and everybody liked it! Thanks for something different and delicious.
Amazing! I brought it in to work and it was gone before break was over. After mixing, I rolled the ball into chocolate covered toffee bits instead of the pecans. Served with graham cracker sticks.
There are only 3 of us, so I cut the recipe in half. Easy to make, but I didn't realize how miuch chill time there was when I started this, so I had to refrigerate it overnight and serve it the next day instead. It was good on honey graham crackers and great on cinnamon graham crackers. Thanks for sharing.
This was awesome!!!! I just LOVED it. I will definatly make this again. Thank you
This is a great and easy recipe! I first tried this at a family Christmas party a few years back and fell in love with it. It's so easy to make and a great dessert to take to parties and such. A variation is to add the pecans directly to the mixture instead of rolling, and in this case I only use about 1/2 cup of the pecans. Also, this is great on sliced Granny Smith Apples!!
Very good, liked by all. Did add a few more chocolate chips than the recipe states, but that's just my preference. Will make again!
I made this for a Christmas Eve get together. My nephew loved it. I found that kids thought it tasted like chocolate chip cookie dough. I served with Honey Graham, Cinnamon Graham and Chocolate Graham crackers. My nephew (14) called before I made it home and wanted to know if there was any left. Very Good. Will make again.