Chocolate Snow Balls

A 2 Ingredient filling makes these Chocolate Snow Balls quick and easy to make – delicious and a perfect edible Christmas gift idea
A 2 Ingredient filling makes these Chocolate Snow Balls quick & easy to make - delicious and a perfect edible Christmas gift idea

I think these Chocolate Snow Balls look very much like real snow balls ! But they definitely look different on the inside, and are much tastier than I imagine snow balls would taste.

I added some blue edible glitter to give it a more icy look.  The filling consists of only two ingredients, but one would never guess that, as they taste absolutely delicious.

The cookies I have used in this recipe also contain coconut, which of course is one of my favorite ingredients in most dishes – savory or sweet.

Any chocolate sandwich cookie can be used – Oreos, Romany Creams (which I have used) or whatever your favorite is.

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Chocolate Snow Balls
A 2 Ingredient filling makes these Chocolate Snow Balls quick and easy to make – delicious and a perfect edible Christmas gift idea
Course: Dessert
Servings: 36 Treats (approximately)
Author: Linda Nortje
Ingredients
  • 400 g Chocolate Sandwich Cookies (Oreos/Romany Creams) ( 12.5 oz )
  • 250 g Cream Cheese plain, softened ( 8 oz )
  • 400 g White Chocolate (good quality) ( 12.5 oz )
  • Edible Blue Glitter (optional)
Instructions
  1. Process the Cookies until fine in a food processor – add the Cream Cheese and process until a ball forms
  2. Remove and shape into small balls (size depends on your preference) – place on a wax paper lined baking sheet – freeze for 30 minutes

  3. Melt the White Chocolate (microwave or stove top) – dip each ball into the melted Chocolate and place back on the wax paper – chill 3 minutes – remove and sprinkle with Edible Glitter (if using)

  4. Chill until firm (10 – 20 minutes)

LINDA

A 2 Ingredient filling makes these Chocolate Snow Balls quick & easy to make - delicious and a perfect edible Christmas gift idea

7 thoughts on “Chocolate Snow Balls”

  1. Haha, wanted to save you from the post on a Monday am ! Yes, you have to keep them in the refrigerator, otherwise it will go sour {with the cream cheese added}You can still whip up a batch for breakfast 😉

  2. What an easy recipe! Gives me ideas for other types of snow balls. I'm thinking you could use any type of cookie.

    I popped over from SITS Girls…I had to check out your recipe. And those snow balls look YUM! 🙂

  3. dont know how to measure in grams…couldyou give me the quantity of the cookies and cream cheese
    thanks
    Carole

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