Word from the North Pole is that even Santa is watching what he eats during the holiday season. He needs to keep his energy level up and his weight down in preparation for the Big Night. If there's one thing Santa can't stand, it's when that belly of his bogs him down in one chimney or another -- throwing his whole schedule off.
You can do your part to help Santa by making him a plateful of these fruit-and-nut truffles. They're attractive and packed with delicious, natural, high-energy sugars. Plus, it's a great recipe for kids too. The ingredients are easy to measure, there's no cooking required, and the goodies are simple to shape. Just roll 'em into balls and dredge them in the coconut coating. It's so easy that even young children can pitch in. Of course, you'll want to handle the steps requiring the use of a food processor.
Santa's Snack Truffles Makes these peanut butter candies up to 7 days before serving.