Frozen Peanut Butter Bites — Most Popular Pin of the Week

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©2012, Food Network

2012, Food Network

For a frozen summer treat that isn't ice-cream or frozen yogurt, try these no-cook Frozen Peanut Butter Bites by Patrick and Gina Neely. By adding vanilla extract, chocolate and sugar to creamy peanut butter, the result is a velvety and crunchy dessert in minutes. No wonder this recipe is this week's Most Popular Pin of the Week.

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Get the recipe: Frozen Peanut Butter Bites
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