A snowball/teacake-type cookie with a peppermint filling.
Ball cookies are simply cookies that are hand-formed into round ball shapes. Some are then baked or fried; others are no-bake recipes. Popular ball cookies are Mexican Wedding Cookies, Buckeyes, and Rum Balls. Unbaked ball cookies will stay round, but most baked ball cookies will actually flatten out a bit to form a rounded dome…this is normal. For the tenderest cookies, handle the dough as little as possible. For serving at parties, these look great served in paper candy cups. They will look best if you attempt to make them all a uniform size.
The classic snowball cookie for cashew lovers.
No-bake, chocolate-dipped peanut butter balls traditional in the state of Ohio.
A healthier, low-guilt everyday snack option with lower fat and sugar.
A teacake-type cookie that is not too sweet, with a crumbly melt-in-your mouth texture thanks to the cake flour.
Dipped in colored sugars to resemble a flag, these have the yeast-y flavor of a donut.
A tender, melt-in-your-mouth shortbread ball with finely chopped nuts.
A tender snowball-type cookie with the rich flavor of toasted hazelnuts, coffee and chocolate.
A chocolate version of the tender and buttery snowball cookie.
Traditional Italian deep-fried balls of dough, crunchy on the outside and light inside, drenched in honey.