Recipe: Dangerous Donut Holes​

Recipe: Dangerous Donut Holes​

Love Reese’s Pieces but hate the sugar crash that comes with them? Well, er, these What you'll need for Peanut Butter Filled Donut Holes
still have lots of sugar, but tons of vitamins and energy too. Roll up four energy balls with the ingredients shown below. (They’re a little extra work, but totally worth it.)

What You’ll Need:

  • 1/2 a bag of cocoa beverage powder
  • 6 crackers (3/4 of one cracker ration)
  • 1 packet of peanut butter
  • 2 sugars
  • Spoon

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This recipe can get a little messy, so it’s recommended that you work on 3 separate plates or sectioned tray. Wash your hands before starting (or don’t, sicko).

Step 1: Separate the crackers, the peanut butter and sugar, and the cocoa powder.

Donut HolesSeparate the crackers, the peanut butter and sugar, and the cocoa powder.

Step 2: Pulverize the crackers using your spoon, a rock, or something.

Pulverize the crackers using your spoon, a rock, or something.

Step 3: When we said “pulverize,” we meant it. This is what your crackers should look like.

When we said

Step 4: Mix the peanut butter and sugar together until smooth.

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Mix the peanut butter and sugar together until smooth.

Step 5: Add the crackers to the peanut butter and knead the dough together with your hands.

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Add the crackers to the peanut butter and knead the dough together with your hands.

Step 6: Roll the dough into four separate balls.

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Roll the dough into four separate balls.

Step 7: Roll your balls in the cocoa powder until they’re completely covered.

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Roll your balls in the cocoa powder until they're completely covered.

Step 8: Grab a glass of your favorite electrolyte powder to wash down these tasty desserts.

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Grab a glass of your favorite electrolyte powder to wash down these tasty desserts.

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