Football Peanut Butter Dip is perfect to take to gatherings. Since we are a football house, I took one Football Peanut Butter Dip to a Buffalo Bills game watching party, and one to a Buffalo Bills Wives gathering. It was an absolute hit at both. Perfect for kids and adults alike.
I found the idea for the shape of the dip on Pinterest.
I also love that this recipe can be made ahead of time.
Football Peanut Butter Dip
8 oz cream cheese
1 1/4 cup creamy peanut butter
1 TB vanilla
1 TB french vanilla coffee creamer
2 3/4 cup powdered sugar
3/4 c mini chocolate chips
2-3 TB white chocolate chips or (white any frosting)
1/4 tsp coconut oil or other form of oil (if needed)
-In a mixer mix softened cream cheese, peanut butter, vanilla, creamer, and powdered
sugar until mixture is smooth.
-Form mixture into a football shape using clean hands, plastic glove covered hands, or with
saran wrap between your hands and the mixture.
-Wrap the football shaped peanut butter mixture in plastic wrap or plastic bag and freeze
for one hour.
-After 1 hour, remove from the freezer and cover the top surface and sides with mini
-Press the mini chocolate chips into the mixture so they stick.
-I always sprinkle a few extra on the top at the end so that you can't see any PB.
-In a small bowl put the white chocolate chips and microwave for 20-30 seconds. Stir.
-If chocolate needs help getting smooth and melty add the coconut oil. Stir, then microwave more if needed in small increments.
-Using a Ziploc bag with the tip cut off or a frosting bag, pipe the white chocolate onto the football to make the laces. *Tip - if the white chocolate isn't coming out fast enough or you are having trouble with it sticking to the mini chocolate chips, thin it out with a little more oil.
-Cover. Freeze 30 min. Take out 15-20 minutes or so before serving if you wish.
-OR Cover and keep refrigerated for a few hours before serving.
-Serve with Teddy Grahams, apple slices, and/or pretzels.
-If you freeze it longer or overnight, let it sit out at room temp to soften a bit for about half