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Mix dry ingredients. ... butter. Add chocolate chips, stir and add water. Shape into balls. These are very good for extra energy before or during sports.
Saute celery, green ... may be added. Make into balls or patties and brown lightly in oil. Pat in baking dish and cover with a mushroom or tomato sauce.
Mix all ingredients ... and roll into balls. Divide into ... 203.7mg sodium, 426.2mg potassium, 32.1g carbohydrates, 3.4g fiber, 24.3g sugar, 12.3g protein.
Mix all ingredients real well together and roll into balls. Keep in refrigerator.
Mix and form into balls. Roll in nuts, sesame seeds, crunchy cereal, coconut or whatever you prefer.
Melt chocolate in ... shape into 1" balls. Crush remaining cereal and use to coat balls. Chill until firm. Can be kept in cool place for at least two weeks.
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