Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe

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Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe

These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!

Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 2 hours

Ingredients:

14.3oz Oreos (1 package)
8oz Cream Cheese
1oz Black Fondant
12oz White Candy Melts
1 tsp Orange Sprinkles

Directions:

• In a resealable plastic gallon bag crush 1 pack of Oreos with a rolling pin. (Don’t use double stuffed)
• Pour the crushed Oreos into a large mixing bowl and add 8oz of cream cheese.
• With a hand mixer or electric mixer, mix on low.
• Now shape your cookie mixture into small ball, approximately 1″ in size, and on parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
• Place the cookie balls in the freezer for 30 minutes.
• Using your black fondant, make very tiny balls for coal mouth and eyes; set aside.
• In a small, microwave safe mixing bowl melt your candy melts on 50% power in 30 second intervals, stirring in between microwaving, until your candy melts are completely melted.
• Remove your cookie balls from the freezer. Dip individually in the white chocolate and place on a parchment paper lined cookie tray.
• While the chocolate is still soft, add on your fondant eyes and mouth.
• Using one orange sprinkle, add a nose.
• Place snowman cookie balls in the refrigerator until set; approximately 1 hour.

Makes 36 Snowman Cookie Balls

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!




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Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe

Snowman Cookie Balls Ingredients:

• 14.3oz Oreos (1 package)
• 8oz Cream Cheese
• 1oz Black Fondant
• 12oz White Candy Melts
• 1 tsp Orange Sprinkles

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


Snowman Cookie Balls Directions:

• In a resealable plastic gallon bag crush 1 pack of Oreos with a rolling pin. (Don’t use double stuffed)

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


• Pour the crushed Oreos into a large mixing bowl and add 8oz of cream cheese.
• With a hand mixer or electric mixer, mix on low.
• Now shape your cookie mixture into small ball, approximately 1″ in size, and on parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
• Place the cookie balls in the freezer for 30 minutes.

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


• Using your black fondant, make very tiny balls for coal mouth and eyes; set aside.

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


• In a small, microwave safe mixing bowl melt your white candy melts on 50% power in 30 second intervals, stirring in between microwaving, until your candy melts are completely melted.
• Remove your cookie balls from the freezer.

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


• Dip individually in the white chocolate and place on a parchment paper lined cookie tray.

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


• While the chocolate is still soft, add on your fondant eyes and mouth.
• Using one orange sprinkle, add a nose.
• Place snowman cookie balls in the refrigerator until set; approximately 1 hour.

Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe.These adorable snowman cookie balls are a fun, easy to make cookie that your kids will love!


• Makes 36 Snowman Cookie Balls


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  1. I love this Ann, sans the fondant, *gag* – will make my own and and add vanilla powder for flavor, so good!! Gotta love youtube!!
    Will share when I get home!!

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