Pecan Snowball Cookies

This recipe has been updated and moved to the new blog.
You can find it here: Snowball Cookies on The Creekside Cook

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30 Responses to Pecan Snowball Cookies

  1. Mary says:

    Oh YUM!!! I will definitely try these.:)

  2. asthmagirl says:

    Do you ship?

  3. Ellyn says:

    I have the dough for these in my fridge right now. Can’t wait for dessert tonight.

  4. Kevin says:

    Those look really good!

  5. Tara says:

    Copying this! Oldie but goodies are great!

  6. Mental P Mama says:

    Love them! My mother shaped them into small crescents….

  7. Ruth Hull Chatlien says:

    I love these. We always called them Russian Teacakes. (I think they’re also called Mexican wedding cookies.)

  8. noble pig says:

    I’ll take a dozen! Yum!

  9. Kath says:

    I am making these tomorrow! Thanks.

  10. bermudabluez says:

    These sound heavenly!!! And the pictures are really making me hungry….think I will try them tomorrow!!

  11. Meredith says:

    Those look delicious!

  12. Daryl says:

    I am so sending this recipe to my baking gal pals since I dont and they do

    BTW … I hope you have enough butter and chocolate left .. someone(s) are heading your way ..

    :-Daryl

  13. Ashleigh says:

    Please send 2 dozen with the lantern that I won.

    Mkaythanksbye!

  14. Ashleigh says:

    =)

  15. Weezee says:

    mmmmmm my favorite christmas cookie!

  16. Anonymous says:

    Sorry, I am behind on my blog reading. The original recipe did not contain salt I guess because the salt in the butter should be enough, but no reason not to add it. Corey, your niece and I will be making these this p.m. I can hardly wait! Love, Mom

  17. Paige Jennifer says:

    Next door to my mom’s salon was a gourmet food store. And when I was a kid, if I behaved in the front of the salon while she had her hair cut and colored, afterward we’d go next door and she’d buy me TWO of these exact cookies. To this day, they are one of my favorites.

  18. graceunbound says:

    Oooh, my very, very favorite Christmas cookie of all time! I always begged my mom to make these.

  19. blondiagw15 says:

    ya know my relatives from the east call these snowball cookies as well. every year i make Mexican wedding cookies here in NM and take them as goodies and they call them snowball cookies. I just think its so funny how its almost the exact same recipe, i always dip them warm in the powered sugar and then dip them again for extra sugary goodness.

  20. Liz says:

    They look sooooo good. Just like one of my favorite cookies. This is my first time here, just wanted to say good job, and I found you on Tastespotting.

  21. Joy the Baker says:

    these are some of my favorite cookies in the world! i have such fond memories of my aunt making these for me when i was a kid. i love seeing the step by step pictures! lovely!

  22. Anonymous says:

    These are also great if you wrap them around 1/4 of a small york peppermint pattie. Just flatten the bal, insert the candy and then roll it around the pattie…sometime a little oozes out, but that’s what makes them homemade!

  23. Pearl says:

    oh my gosh! they are adorable! i really want to make them :)

    i found your blog by random.. is it ok if i add you to my blogroll? i love reading about your recipes :)

  24. PaniniKathy says:

    I think these will always be my favorites as well!

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  26. Bamboobaileys says:

    I just made the dough for these cookies. It looks awesome with the tiny bits of toasted pecans, and it tastes good too…lol.
    I like the idea of making cookie dough that sits in the fridge for a bit as that way I can spend a day or two baking and be done. I am taking a batch of the dough and a bag of powdered sugar to my son’s in a few days and that way I can bake with the kids and most of the work is done.
    I can hardly wait to taste these.
    Thanks for the great recipes.

  27. Anonymous says:

    OMG! I love those little devils. my mom used to make so many of them each christmas…
    She would make batches of them..and freeze them for X-mas time..I would take them out and eat them….by the time Xmas came around…thre went many left and I got in trouble but oh how I loved them so much….
    Thanks for posting this recipe.

  28. Donalyn says:

    Hey Anon – I have eaten more frozen Christmas cookies that you can imagine. Hope my Mom doesn’t come back to read old comments on here, LOL!

  29. Anonymous says:

    If you are looking at this recipe and have never tried…please do..I know once you try..it will be a christmas traditon for you and your family for many many years to come. Easy to make and so deliciious. Now I want some (havent had them since I moved out of my parents house which was like 25 years ago..)..good memories those little cookies :)
    and Donalyn…nice to know I wasnt the only one sneaking them out of “mom’s Freezer” :)

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