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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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    88 Reviews |  By Bergy

    These balls are so quick and easy to make. They make a nice addition to the baked goodies that you give as gifts. Make these about a week before you want to serve them as they mellow and the sharp strong alcohol taste blends in more with the other ingredients. Store in a tin with a tight lid. This year I couldn't find the Vanilla wafers so I used chocolate and I like them even more. To form the balls I use two teaspoons as the dough is quite moist. I store them in the freezer - they don't go hard and they are so good ice cold

    Recipe #13214

    65 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

    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

    This no bake and gift cookie is from www.MightyCool.com and these are - TO DIE FOR! Try 'em, they're ADDICTIVE! Make ahead, and store in an airtight container(we don't want the tantalizing vapors to vanish!) for at least a week, to enjoy these BEST! Pls. note- Brandy or Bourbon can be substituted for Rum. Also, pls. note - the yield is a guess. Honestly, I feel it depends to a gigantic extent on your power to resist these:)

    Recipe #48343

    This is a holiday favorite from my mother. She makes these every year.

    Recipe #15416

    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

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

    Recipe #269119

    16 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

    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

    15 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Found these at www.webterrace.com Since I'm Polish have to try them.

    Recipe #77476

    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

    This is an extremely easy and yummy Holiday goodie. Put it on your gift trays and hear your friends rave. Can also be made non-alcoholic, if preferred.

    Recipe #47464

    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

    11 Reviews |  By LiisaN

    Pecan Balls - Mom made these at Christmas time.. but I think they're great anytime!

    Recipe #68900

    My sister made these for Christmas this year and they are really good! The recipe came from a magazine. These cookies are tender and crumbly, like Mexican Wedding Cakes, and are very chocolaty with a hint of cinnamon.

    Recipe #273710

    9 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Easy no bake cookie/candy confection. Posted per a request on the recipe board.

    Recipe #31658

    9 Reviews |  By ReeLani

    There are never enough of these! I could bring 12 dozen to my office and one co-worker (who's not a drinker) would eat them all. For those who don't like a strong alcohol flavor this is the way to go. Yumm! It's hard for me to estimate the prep time since I do bits and pieces at different times, so what I've listed is just assembly, not the time for blanching and grinding almonds and crushing cookies.

    Recipe #47499

    5 Reviews |  By BarbryT

    And, wow, does the Cointreau add a deliciousness! They are wonderful when initially made, even better after aging a couple of days.

    Recipe #217082

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