17 Christmas Snowball Cookies to Make This Holiday Season

These unique and tasty little treats are the perfect small snack for the Christmas and Holiday season.  Try one of these 17 great recipes and make the most of your seasonal baking time!

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1. Toffe Almond Snowball Cookies


Buttery, nutty, crumbly cookies with bits of toffee, double-rolled in powdered sugar.

From: CupcakesAndKaleChips


2. Toasted Pecan Snowballs


A cookie with many names, but always a classic favorite. All made in 1 bowl!

From: SallysBakingAddiction


3. Snowman Snowball Cookies


Snowman Snowball Cookies made with traditional pecan snowball cookies and chocolate chips. The perfect Christmas cookie the whole family will love!

From: FoodFunKids


4. Swedish Pearl Snowball Cookies


These snowball cookies are packed with mini chocolate chips and Swedish pearl sugar. The pearl sugar gives it this fun bite that’s hard to describe… But it really adds a uniqueness to these snowball cookies that I think you’ll love!

From: ContemplatingSweets


5. Christmas Snowball Cookies


CHRISTMAS SNOWBALL COOKIES – They are buttery, melt in your mouth cookies, perfect coffee and tea cookie for your holiday cookie platter!

From: YummiestFood


6. Mint Chocolate Chip Snowball Cookies


Melt in your mouth Mint Chocolate Chip Snowball Cookies are a treat you won’t be able to resist!  So easy to make and packed with mint and chocolate flavor – no one can eat just one! Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Christmas and more!

From: MomOnTimeout


7. Key Lim Snowball Cookies


With just FIVE ingredients, these Key Lime Snowball Cookies are easy to make and even easier to eat! No one can eat just one!

From: MomOnTimeout


8. Cake Batter Snowball Cookies


These cookies are so buttery and pillowy at the same time. They literally melt in your mouth, yet have a nice crunch from the sprinkles as the sprinkles in these cookies actually stay crunchy!

From: MyBakingBliss


9. Reese’s Stuffed Snowballs


The Snowball just got stuffed! These Stuffed Snowballs are filled with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups! They start with my mom’s favorite snowball cookie recipe and I stuff them with candy; there’s not much better than that!

From: CrazyForCrust


10. Lemon Coconut Snowball Cookies


These snowball cookies are quick and easy because they require only 5 ingredients for the dough, and another three ingredients for the topping. The cookie base is a buttery, lemon flavored shortbread. Topping the cookie is a light lemon icing, which is then rolled in shredded coconut. These sweet little cookies are festive and fun for the winter, with very little effort.

From: TheToastyKitchen


11. Double Chocolate Snowball Cookies


These Double Chocolate Snowball Cookies are my most favorite Russian Teacake recipe yet! They’re full of rich cocoa powder and chocolate chips – NUT FREE!

From: CrazyForCrust


12. Lime Coconut Snowball Cookies


Lime Coconut Snowballs are tender shortbread-like cookies studded with lime zest & toasted coconut and generously rolled in powdered sugar for yummy year-round treats…from the lazy days of summer to a Christmas cookie platter!

From: FiveHeartHome


13. Lemon Snowball Cookies


Raise your hand if you love buttery, melt in your mouth, lemon cookies?!

From: MyBakingBliss


14. Peppermint Snowball Cookies


If you didn’t already love snowball cookies, you will now! These Peppermint Snowball Cookies are everything a Christmas cookie should be! Easy, beautiful, and packed with flavor!

From: MomOnTimeout


15. Sprinkle Snowball Cookies


Perfect for a wonderful Christmas snack!

From: YummsFoodRecipes


16. Classic Pecan Snowball Cookies


Classic Pecan Snowball Cookies are the perfect treat for your holiday cookie platter. Best of all, these popular favorites come together so easy. Made with a buttery, melt in your mouth shortbread base with chopped pecans and covered with powdered sugar.

From: LifeMadeSweeter


17. Snowball Cookies


These cookies should most definitely not be forgotten and go unnoticed. They are a simple cookie but they have much to offer.

From: CookingClassy


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