Yummy, easy and fun! No issues with mushiness, I suppose you have to eye ball it when adding the liquid. Leaving the balls to sit in room temperature for a while (1 hr or so) will dry the surface to a thin crust. We love them!
I used Creme De Menthe Syrup (from the ice cream toppings section) since kids were going to be consuming. I also tried baking them which was a disaster! I baked before I rolled in powdered sugar and they just flattened. Still, they were better baked with a bit of crunch. I then dipped them in chocolate as they weren't very pretty but tasted great! Thanks.
These were much better frozen but over all I do not think they were very good. All you can taste is the alcohol so I might as well just drink it. They were mushy and the dough was awful to work with. Sorry. Guess this recipe was just not "the one" for me.
I made these for a St. Patty's Day party...My DH complained that they were too "Mushy" in the middle, so I baked them at 350 for 10 minutes. We got rave reviews from everyone! They were crunchy on the outside and chewy inside.
Wow!! are these little gems great bonbons!!! I knew I'd like them so I doubled the recipe. I used chocolate wafers instead of vanilla and I used homemade Zaar creme de menthe. What a treat!! Easy to make and they freeze well. My guests are gonna love these!! Thank you Rita L.
Mmmm...another wonderful no-bake cookie recipe! I didn't feel like melting any chocolate, so I mixed cocoa powder into the powdered sugar before rolling the balls in it.
Just happened to have a bottle of the liquer on hand - first in my lifetime! Easy to assemble - better frozen. We also added some chocholate chips and melted in microwave then mixed altogether and formed into balls then put in freezer.
Rita, made these and popped in the freezer for St. Paddy's Day, they are yummy what I sampled, even better after i drizzled a little chocolate glaze over them...TY for another winner!