Snowball cookies are a family favorite around the holidays. My aunt makes a ton of them for Christmas (she seriously makes a freezer full of cookies) and traditional Snowball Cookies are one of them. My other favorite her family makes is Nutmeg Logs. There is just something about those cookies that makes the holidays feel special.
We freeze these cookies all the time, and waxed paper is great at separating the layers. Also, before serving, I re-roll them in the powdered sugar pumpkin spice mixture, to make sure they are fully coated. I love the spice in these cookies, it gives it a great warming Fall flavor. Pecans are used in snowball cookies fairly often, but the walnuts give it a different taste. You can have pecans, walnuts, or do a mixture of both, depending on your preference. I hope you enjoy some of my Pumpkin Pie Spice Snowball Cookies this holiday season.
Here are today’s #PumpkinWeek recipes:
Pumpkin Drink Recipes:
“Grown Up” Potter Pumpkin Juice from The Crumby Kitchen.
Hot’N’Spicy Pumpkin Margarita from Culinary Adventures with Camilla.
Savory Pumpkin Recipes:
Pumpkin Chili from Making Miracles.
Pumpkin Crab Soup from Hardly A Goddess.
Pumpkin Pasta from Caroline’s Cooking.
Thai Pumpkin Curry from Palatable Pastime.
Sweet Pumpkin Recipes:
Easy Pumpkin Ice Cream from Forking Up.
Fall Harvest Pumpkin Sourdough Muffins from Cooking With Carlee.
Pumpkin Spice Milkshake from Family Around The Table.
Pumpkin Pie Cream Horns from Mildly Meandering.
Pumpkin Spice Thumbprint Cookies from The Bitter Side of Sweet.
Pumpkin Spiced Banana Bread from Daily Dish Recipes.
Pumpkin Tiramisu from The Redhead Baker.
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Wendy Klik says
These would be a perfect addition to a Christmas Cookie Platter.