Snowball cookies are one of the Christmas classics that many consider a must-have during the holidays. Buttery and nutty with an airy texture that melts in your mouth like a whipped shortbread, Snowball cookies always remind me of a little cotton candy.
These Italian cookies are always popular all winter long. Serve with coffee, tea, hot chocolate or homemade eggnog for the perfect combination!
Snowball cakes with one bite in a white bowl
What are Snowball Cookies?
Snowball biscuits are small, round buttery cookies with chopped nuts. Roll it in powdered sugar to give it a iced white.
Baked spaghetti casserole
Two things that distinguish this cookie recipe from the others are the absence of eggs and the use of powdered instead of granulated sugar in the dough. The result is a light, crumbly bun that melts almost the second you touch your tongue.
Steps to illustrate how to mix dough for snowball cookies
How Snowball Cookies work
This is a delicious cookie that comes with simple basic ingredients you probably already have. Nothing could be easier!
Mix butter and powdered sugar, then add the dry ingredients (according to the recipe below).
Add powdered sugar while it is still warm.
Cool totaly, then rolling again.
Snowball biscuits are a little messy to eat, but in the best way they can! Sprinkling a pinch of powdered sugar on everyone adds even more sweetness to the season!
Nuts: I prefer walnuts but pecans or other chopped nuts work well as well.
Flavor: To get an Italian flavor, consider the flavor of the dough by adding a teaspoon of anise extract.
Fun add-ons: Try adding mini chocolate chips, grated coconut, or even a crushed mint candy cane for a fun festive touch.
+ The total time is 30 minutes
+ Preparation time 30 minutes
+ 20 people
* Ingredients :
° Milk – liters
° Rose water or rose water – 2 tablespoons
° Sugar – 3 tablespoons
° Coconut – 250g + as needed
° sweetness or sweetened condensed milk – 3 tablespoons
* The method of work:
1- Put in a bowl of milk, blossom water, sugar and sweetness and stir.
2- Gradually add coconut, while mixing continuously, until you get a cohesive mixture.
3- Form medium-sized balls and dip them in coconut from all sides.
4- Place the balls on a plate, then put them in the fridge overnight before serving them on your trip