|by Elizabeth Simon|
Bowl food is comfort food. It's soup for supper, or a hearty stew or creamy risotto.
1 - 10 of 104 for snowballs without nuts
Cream butter, sugar, vanilla until fluffy. Sift flour, salt into mixture. Blend thoroughly. Add pecans, mix well. Shape into 1 inch balls, place on ...
Cream together butter ... flour, salt, and nuts into cream mixture. ... about 20 minutes at 350 degrees. Cool slightly. Roll in 4x sugar. Makes 6 dozen.
Cream butter, sugar, vanilla until fluffy. Sift flour with salt and add to mixture, blending thoroughly. Add pecans and mix well. Shape into balls ...
Combine ingredients. Roll dough into small balls and place on cookie sheet. Bake at 325 degrees for 20 minutes (do not brown). When slightly cooled, ...
Rub softened butter into the sifted sugar. Add milk, vanilla, salt. Mix thoroughly (the more you work it, the better it is). Variations: Take basic ...
Melt butter in ... heat. Remove from heat and add nuts, cereal and vanilla. Form small balls and roll in coconut. Store in refrigerator. Makes 36 cookies.
Coarsely chop the nuts. Preheat oven ... cooling, cookies may be rolled in additional powdered sugar for extra "frosting". Makes about 4 dozen 1" cookies.
Heat oven to ... Stir in Bisquick, nuts and vanilla. Add ... immediately. Cool 5 minutes on rack. Shake in bowl with confectioners' sugar. Makes 3 dozen.
Cream butter, sugar, salt and vanilla. Add flour and nuts. Shape into balls. Bake at 325 degrees for 25 minutes. Cool for 5 minutes. Roll in powdered sugar.
Mix butter, sugar, ... to mix. Add nuts to mix. Mix ... 15 minutes. When cooled, roll in confectioners' sugar. Store in airtight tin. Keeps up to 2 weeks.
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