• Nutter Butter acorns are too cute!

    • Yep, I so agree with you Cassi. Give them a try, they are fun to make. 🙂

  • Wendy Merron

    These are adorable! I’ve just forwarded your blog to my daughter and sister. What a great treat for kids to make too 🙂

    • I thinks so too Wendy. Thanks for sharing. Let me know what happens if they give them a try. 🙂

  • Broadcasting Sunny

    Totally LOVE this idea – I’m pinning it so I’ll remember to try it at the next G.S. mtg.

    • Hi Joanne, Thanks. They couldn’t be any easier and they taste great too. 🙂

  • Catarina Alexon

    What a cute idea, Susan. Am sure they are delicious! Pity we don’t have Hersey’s chocolates in Sweden:-)

    • Thanks Catarina, You could use and different chocolate. Its really about the shape more then the kind of chocolate. 🙂

  • RoseGauss

    These are absolutely adorable, and sound delicious!

    • Hi Rose, They are just so fun to make. The fact that they are so delicious is a double bonus. 🙂

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  • Jeri Walker-Bickett

    Hubby would love these as you’ve combined two of his favorite things!

    • Hi Jeri, I’m with him. It’s hard to beat chocolate and peanut butter as a combination. 🙂

  • What a great idea and they look delicious. Since Costco opened a couple of stores here we can get Hershey’s chocolate kisses so another recipe to try.

    • You have a blast making these Susan. They make cute gifts for friends or just as a treat with coffee. 🙂

  • Debra Yearwood

    What a clever idea, so cute. I’ll have to do a variation on the peanut butter if I can (my kids are allergic), but wouldn’t that be cute on the table for Thanks Giving? We celebrate in a little over a week and I’m hosting.

    • Hi Debra, Try using the mini Oreos in there place. It looks a bit different but just as cute. Great idea!!! I have had them in a bowl on the table at Thanksgiving. It is great fun for all when I do.

      • Debra Yearwood

        Great idea! I’ll give that try.

  • Jon Jefferson

    Those would be great for Thanksgiviing or Christmas trays.

    • Indeed they would Jon, They are fun, delicious and cheap to make. You gotta love that. 🙂

  • Quick and easy treats, especially when those school bake sales come around! And like the acorn look, it’s very “autumn”

    • Hi SC, That is a great idea. I can see where these would be a hit at a bake sale. 🙂

  • Oh, those are adorable! It’s too bad that my child that likes cute desserts hates peanut butter, and my one who likes peanut butter no longer needs cute (did he ever?). Great for autumn.

    • Hi Leora, Try making them with mini Oreo cookies. That may solve both problems… LOL.

  • Cheryl Therrien

    OMG How cute AND delicious!

  • Lorraine Marie Reguly

    These look awesome! (It goes without saying that they also look tasty, but yes, I’ll say it: They look tasty, too!)

    • Hi Lorraine, They a really fun to make. Big and little kids can’t get enough of them. 🙂

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    So very cute! My boys would have a ball pretending they were eating real acorns.

    • I bet they would Krystle, You must make some and let me know what happened… :-)))

  • These look to die for — and go to heaven.

    • They are that Jeannette. I love making them as a surprise for our visitors in the fall.

  • bethany lee

    are you kidding me? These are too cute and who’da thunk they’d be so simple? 🙂

    • They are just the funnest thing to make Bethany. Have fun with these and remember to share… LOL. 🙂