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Deck the Halls with Cookie Balls

Great NO-BAKE treats for the holidays! Quite a variety to choose from. Start early to store and let "ripen" for Christmas gifting or entertaining!
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These are melt-in-your-mouth buttery rich wonderful! you can also make these cookies using vanilla in place of almond extract and chopped pecans in place of the almonds. These are a wonderful for your holiday cookie platter!

Recipe #182410

Another childhood favorite from my Aunt Helen. I'm not sure how many pecan balls this recipe actually makes, I'm working off an old and yellowing piece of paper, it should make a fair amount though.

Recipe #134284

Easy addition to cookie trays! Bourbon and coffee go together very well in these little gems. The bourbon taste is very mellow in these, so you won't have to worry about it being overpowering.

Recipe #155662

Southern Christmas treat! As hard as it may be to not eat them immediately, the balls get better after they sit for a day or two.

Recipe #46726

17 Reviews |  By Rita~

These I make my request of my sis Lydia. Her favorite! I've also use walnuts. The food processor make this so very easy!

Recipe #77472

This recipe is one that's been in my family for years. Mom would always make some around the holidays and they are always a hit, these don't last long so you might want to make an extra batch for yourself to enjoy LOL.

Recipe #394693

An easy treat from Telephone Pioneers of America. I'm making a wild guess as to the serving size and preparation time.

Recipe #128722

A family favorite during the holidays at my mother's home and mine for years.

Recipe #18530

These are oh so good! Found in Cooking Light Magazine, 11/05.

Recipe #215535

It is all the same to us! This is another favorite in our house at CHRISTmas!!

Recipe #269119

There are similar versions to this cookie, but I truly think that if you make mine like directed, you will find that these are the best. They will melt in your mouth. This has been a recipe used in my family since I was a little girl. We always made them for Christmas and weddings, but they are good anytime. The key is to use butter and make sure you grind the nuts very fine. I use my Kitchen Aid grinder attachment, but you can also use a food processor. Other versions use just chopped nuts, but I think when they are finely ground that makes the difference. Another important step is to bake them at 250 degrees for 45 minutes. Again, the other versions don't do this, but I stick with my recipe and am never disappointed. The extra time is worth it! This recipe will probably make 100 balls, depending on how large you make the cookies. The baking time listed is just an estimate. It will vary depending on how many cookies you make and how many you put on a cookie sheet. You can fit quite a bit on a cookie sheet because they really don't spread much.

Recipe #185080

A co-worker gave me this recipe. You can use any flavor cake mix and icing you choose. My preference is lemon, but I have used a red velvet mix and tinted almond bark with green coloring for christmas. You must refrigerate cake mix in order to roll into balls. I find it is easier to work with half of cake and leave other half in the freezer while dipping. Have fun experimenting with different flavors.

Recipe #57716

Great for the holidays, or a Kentucky Derby Party!

Recipe #168101

66 Reviews |  By Rita~

These are lighter then the ones without the Rice Krispies. I got the recipe from the "Classic Holiday Cooking" cook book. You can shape into eggs for Easter!

Recipe #47637

2 Reviews |  By *Pixie*

these tasty little balls are no bake, just melt, chill and roll...time for chilling is included in prep time.

Recipe #38944

This is moist, delicious rum ball recipe I received from a former co-worker. It is great to have at Christmas...or even anytime!

Recipe #122901

2 Reviews |  By LiisaN

Chocolate and Rum...cookie - makes a great combination! Don't serve these to minors though! They should be stored in airtight container...Really tasty!

Recipe #79382

16 Reviews |  By Kim127

Besides the rum, I've tried amaretto and Kahlua, and I've done half and half mixtures of rum and amaretto. Make sure you let them sit a day or two. These are my future MIL favorite.

Recipe #63557

I have made these using dark rum, Grand Marnier and Bailey's Irish Cream, you can use any three with success.. I usually make these treats around the holiday season, but of coarse you can make them at any time. I make one batch using semisweet chocolate and one with white chocolate, these really should chill overnight before serving them, you'll be lucky if they make until the next day LOL! Yield is only estimated depending on the size of the balls --- you will LOVE these! :)

Recipe #143945

Best when aged for 2-3 days when the flavors have had a chance to develop. Will keep several weeks stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Great for the holidays.

Recipe #345936

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