No-bake Snowball Cookies Recipe

I was introduced to no bake snowball cookies on my first date with my husband.

I’ve been in love with both the man and the cookies ever since!

Thankfully, the cookie genius behind these snowball cookies attached a recipe card to her plate of cookies at that memorable cookie get-together.

I snatched it right up. snowball cookies recipeOriginal recipe, safeguarded between the pages of my journal.

I’ll behonest with you. I’ve declared my undying loyalties to these cookies, yet this is the first time I’ve made them.

My friend is so dependable to stir up a batch of these yummy snowball cookies for each and every church event that I’ve never found the need to make them myself.

Of course, I could have just snapped a few photos of her incredibly perfect specimens of snowball cookies, but what’s the fun in that? Better to make a few dozen myself, and then devour them like it’s nobody’s business.

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No-bake Snowball Cookies Recipe

Yield: 3-4 dozen cookies

Ingredients

  • 1 stick (1/2 c.) butter or margarine
  • 1/2 c. milk
  • 6 T. baking cocoa
  • 1 1/2 c. sugar
  • 1 c. shredded coconut plus more for rolling
  • 3 c. oats (quick, rolled, or steel-cut)

Instructions

Melt butter in a saucepan.

Add milk, cocoa, and sugar. Combine and bring to a boil, stirring frequently.

Remove from heat and add coconut and oats. Set aside until cool enough to handle.

With moistened hands, form small 1" balls and roll in coconut to coat.

Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

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Comments

    • Jelli says

      Pamela, I just love these cookies and hope you do too. They’re a great change of pace from the typical Christmas cookie trays. Have a great week and expect to see these linked up with your party too!

      • says

        My favorite Christmas cookies are the nestle snowball cookies made with the mini chips. they are sooo good and go so fast, even my hubby loves them and he never eats sweets. But make sure to have milk close by. :)

    • Jelli says

      Easy cookies are golden this time of year. When does your husband return? I’m sure you’re both over the moon excited about it!

  1. says

    YUMMY! I really will be trying to make this for Christmas Eve! Thanks for sharing at Heavenly Treats Link Party, You have been FEATURED! Make sure to join us on Friday and get your button!

    • Jelli says

      Shredded coconut! Oh gosh, I’ve tried to make shredded from fresh coconut meat and it took me ages and way too much elbow grease. Enjoy that pre-packaged coconut in the baking aisle of your local grocery. Happy cookie-ing, Vanessa!

  2. Hildegard Polosky says

    There’s just something special about homemade cookies, especially chocolate chip cookies, so far as I’m concerned. It’s a great family activity, something even children can help with, and everyone loves eating the results.*

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  3. Denise says

    I see a beautiful picture but the recipe is no where to be found!!!! Would love to make them if only I had the recipe!

  4. Helen Stitt says

    Your chocolate balls look great. When I read the recipe, it sounded like one I got from my Mum. Since my children have left home I don’t make it as much, because they used to help roll the balls. The only difference between yours and mine is that mine has more margarine. I will try yours soon as I think that would be healthier. The original recipe had 2 cups oats and 1 cup toasted muesli. Thank you for reminding how wonderful these balls are to eat.

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