These delicious snowball dessert recipes are not for throwing! But luckily for you, they are for eating. Here are 15 snowball dessert recipes…
1. Lemongrass Snowballs
Butter gives these festive, Asian-inspired treats a cake-like texture while the exotic flavors of lemongrass and coconut give them a mild, not-too-sweet citrus flavor.
2. Toasted Coconut Snowballs
3. Red Velvet Snowball Cookies
Red Velvet Snowball Cookies are a major stunner! The cookie is dense, yet tender, and the powdered sugar balances out the red velvet perfectly!
4. No-Bake Chocolate & Coconut Snowballs
While recipe 3 in 2017’s cookie palooza may not look like a traditional cookie or taste like a traditional cookie, it can most certainly find a place on your holiday cookie trays. Why? You need a little variety!
5. Snowball Cookies
Powdered sugar coats these light and airy cookies, which are just as fun to form as real snowballs.
6. Snowball Cookie Recipe
Snowballs in Spring? Yup! This Snowball Cookie Recipe is the perfect way to welcome Spring time. The Lime and Macadamia Nuts add a nutty citrus flavor that has Spring written all over it!
7. South African Snowballs Recipe
You’ve never tried these before?! (We haven’t either…)
8. Rice Pudding Snowballs
With my rice pudding snowball recipe, rice pudding can finally move from the shadows to an esteemed position as a hand-held party dessert.
9. Cake Batter Snowball Cookies
I love so many kinds: snickerdoodles, peanut butter, chocolate chip, the list goes on. But if I had to choose a favorite, like was forced to choose, it would be snowball cookies.
10. Coconut Cherry Snowballs
Today we continue Christmas Cookie Week with an old family recipe for Coconut Cherry Snowballs.
11. Easy Peanut Butter Snowballs
We have been making this same No Bake Peanut Butter Snowball recipe for as long as I can remember. My grandmother used to make these same snowballs for our entire family every Christmas. Gosh, she would make so many Peanut Butter Snowballs for Christmas.
12. Swedish Pearl Snowball Cookies
I LOVE browsing specialty stores. I’m talkin’ the ones that have fancy cheeses and chocolates and ingredients that you can’t find at a normal store. I usually end up walking out with a ten dollar chocolate bar and a five dollar bottle of some kind of fancy soda. The other day I was walking around a store called Better Cheddars and saw some Belgian pearl sugar, which I use to make liege waffles (recipe coming soon, I hope!
13. 3-Ingredient Coconut Snowballs
Easy, no bake coconut snowballs recipe made with only 3 ingredients: raw coconut, coconut cream, and nectar (the nuts are optional).
14. Chocolate Peppermint Crinkles
How to keep your cookies white: Roll the cookie dough ball in granulated sugar before rolling it in the powdered sugar and crushed candy cane mix.
Chilled dough is easier to handle and holds its shape better.
15. Peanut Butter Snowballs
I love the holidays and everything that comes with it. The yummy treats – the gift giving – the traditions – the craziness – It makes me so happy!! One of our favorite things to do is make goodies and take them to friends, neighbors and family. I love doing this because it’s something I can get the kids involved in and it is something we all enjoy. I remember getting in the kitchen and helping my mom with her baked goods, and I want my kids to have the same memories.