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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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    Christmas Holiday Rum Balls with maraschino cherries, pecans and corn syrup to add a delightful twist to the standard recipe. Storing them for up to seven days improves the flavor. (Recipes from www.101lifestyle.com)

    Recipe #147815

    This started out as a mediterranian classic, but I didn't have the right ingredients, so I wound up inventing these cuties with what I had on hand! They're quite good, especially if you let them sit for a few days. I'm thinking about substituting a cup of dates for one of the cups of raisins to give it a deeper flavor, but really anything works here! A note about ginger: If you're using the power found in the spice aisle, you'll want to use a bit more as it's known for being a smite underwhelming. Likewise, if you use dried ginger (like Chinese #1 cracked), you might want to use a bit less as it can be quite potent. As always, work according to taste, and use all your ingredients per their specific instructions!

    Recipe #201011

    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

    Similar to rum balls, but with a coffee-Kahlua flavour instead. From Chatelaine magazine.

    Recipe #143943

    4 Reviews |  By nnreq

    I found this recipe in THe Pilsbury Family Christmas Cookbook. This has quickly become a family favorite. It doesn't have eggs in the dough like most cookie recipes, so if you or a loved one likes to eat the dough, it's safe. We always put these on our Christmas cookie baking list. They're easy to make and sinfully delicious.

    Recipe #34457

    Recipe #36851

    1 Reviews |  By lazyme

    Good cookies for the holidays. These can be frozen ahead.

    Recipe #185589

    From the Fabulous Foods website. I can't wait to make these this holiday season. A change from the normal bourbon balls. These will become more flavorful after sitting for 2-3 days, so plan ahead or make sure you put some aside for yourself to enjoy later. Time is a guess because I have not made these yet.

    Recipe #177202

    2 Reviews |  By BrendaM

    A great Christmas cookie. Make them a week before to let the flavor develop

    Recipe #62753

    Do you like the taste of the candy bar almond joy? Well then you'll enjoy these NO-BAKE rum balls. Approximately one cup and a half of Myers Coconut Rum breaks down to 6 rum balls being 1 shot of booze. yields about 5 - 6 dozen rum balls (I don't have an accurate count b/c I... and a roommate (yea right) snacked while I was making them - whoopsiedaisy MY BAAAD). You can grind fine the vanilla wafers or stomp on with a rolling pin fine to medium coarse the way I like it. The 1 1/4 cup of Myers coconut rum is more like a cup and a half to taste.

    Recipe #150053

    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

    These cookies are wonderful additions to your cookie and dessert trays for the holidays! Just delicious! Cookies may be made in advance and frozen. The cooking time is per tray.

    Recipe #263870

    This recipe is very good. Something different to bring for the holidays.

    Recipe #189643

    These are great make ahead rum balls. Quick and easy to make and taste better after they've aged a bit so making them ahead of time is a good idea. I make them a few weeks before Christmas and add them to my cookie plates.

    Recipe #150853

    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

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Who doesn't love cookies with their coffee. Why not coffee in your cookies? Yield will depend on the size you make the balls.

    Recipe #226420

    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

    3 Reviews |  By dale!

    Amazing good little chocolate covered balls. Very addictive and so pretty! Cook time is fridge time.

    Recipe #68453

    Another one of my resident's family's recipes. Really easy and delicious. Will be a permanent part of my holiday cookie tray.

    Recipe #106073

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