Coconut Snowflake Cookies

"This is a wonderful no-bake cookie ball with a crispy peanut butter, Rice Krispies and nut center covered with coconut. Maybe more a candy than a cookie. Very tasty!"
 
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Coconut Snowflake Cookies created by Sharlene~W
Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
24
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ingredients

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directions

  • Cream together peanut butter, butter and powdered sugar.
  • Add walnuts and cereal, mix well.
  • Form into balls and put in refrigerator while you prepare frosting.
  • Frosting: Combine powdered sugar, milk and vanilla.
  • Roll balls in frosting and then in coconut.

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  1. Debbb
    Really nice flavour & look so pretty on a Christmas cookie tray. My cereal was fresh but it seemed "soggy" in the cookies - not sure why.
     
  2. Maryland Jim
    Very nice and easy to make cookie. Everyone who has tried them loves them. Will be making more this year.
     
  3. mums the word
    Coconut Snowflake Cookies Created by mums the word
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  5. mums the word
    I love everything about these cookies. They are so pretty and wintery (is that a word?) looking for a Christmas tray. I made about 4 1/2 dozen so it was time consuming to roll them, chill and then glaze and roll in coconut but well worth it. Next year I will line up the kids and get them rolling too. I used at least a cup of coconut on mine. This will be a regular on my goody trays. Thx Sharlene and Happy Holiday!
     

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I live in the San Francisco area and love it here. I discovered Recipezaar (then Food.com..Genius Kitchen) in 2001 and have been so happy to have my favorite recipes stored safely here. I am mother to 7 and grandmother to 7. I love to knit, smock, sew, etc., but my favorite hobby of the moment is traditional rug hooking. This is a sample of what I do.? It's called "November".? I dyed most of the wool myself. It is made from wool flannel, cut into strips a little less than 1/4" and then worked into a linen backing. This is my 3rd rug.
 
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