Mrs. Claus loves Snowball Cookies – Setting for Four – Christmas Recipes

Snowball Cookies

Author: Setting for Four

These snowball cookies is one of the favourite recipes of fat mrs santa claus. Mrs claus and santa both loves to eat these cookies is the snowy season. In snowy season fat mrs santa claus prepare these cookies in her mrs claus suit and mrs claus skirt.

Mrs claus and santa enjoy these cookies with the elves too. The elves absolutely loves fat mrs santa claus cookies. These cookies are messy to make as it creates a lot of mess. But santa claus makes sure to help with mrs claus suit and mrs claus skirt to stay clean.

Mrs claus and santa share these cookies on Christmas eve with everyone. Benny the cat sits on mrs claus suit and elves laps on mrs claus skirt while eating these snowball cookies. Mrs claus suit and mrs claus skirt is very comfortable for elves and benny the cat.

Now, let us share how mrs claus and santa make this snowball recipe keeping in mind that mrs claus suit and mrs claus skirt will get into a bad mess. Let’s start.

Snowball cookies! The first and foremost thing we would like to say before starting is that you shouldn’t eat them whilst wearing your Sunday best. The crushed sugar that makes these snowballs stormy and yummy can end up drenching you in sugar with each bite so ensure to use a napkin! But, hey! This mess is completely worth it and extremely easy to make. It only takes 30 minutes and you are ready to eat or serve! This delicious holiday cookie recipe by the fat mrs santa claus is buttery, sugar covered sweet and the perfect size to pop into your mouth! It is a fabulous gift idea. I’m sharing a fun way to gift it too! These tiny little fat mrs santa claus snowballs are a fun snack mrs claus and Santa snack idea that your kiddos will love to set up on the Christmas Eve!

  • 1 cup unsalted butter softened
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 2 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • Powdered sugar for rolling
  • 1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • 2. Line cookie sheets with parchment paper.
  • 3. Mix butter with 1/2 cup powdered sugar and vanilla with electric mixer until fluffy.
  • 4. Add flour and salt until dough comes together.
  • 5. If dough is too soft chill so that it can be worked with your hands.
  • 6. Scoop 1 tbsp balls of dough onto cookie sheet.
  • 7. Bake 7-8 minutes until bottoms are just slightly brown.
  • 8. Remove from oven and let cool several minutes.
  • 9. Fill small bowl with powdered sugar.
  • 10. While still warm, roll each cookie ball until covered with powdered sugar.
  • 11. Place on rack to cool.
  • 12. Roll again in powdered sugar if required.