Snowballs No Bake Truffles

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Snowballs No Bake Truffles are such a fun and cute treat! The kids can help make them AND eat them!

You know, I love a great no bake ball or truffle. I love making them and my kids LOVE eating them. So to come up with something new I thought about it – one of my sons favorite desserts always includes some sort of coconut…that got my wheels going! Snowballs No Bake Truffles came from him and these are his NEW FAVORITE. I can’t blame him, they are amazing!!

How do you make no bake balls easy? Let me give you a few tips:

  • Wax paper always makes clean up a breeze. When I make the balls I immediately place them on wax covered cookie sheets!
  • Freezing or refrigerating dough – this isn’t really optional. You need that dough cold or making balls is well…not easy.
  • Picking a fun color. I guess this isn’t necessary – but it’s fun. This batch I made these blue for fun, but they could have been any color.

I believe that for any party, the dessert table should have some good nibbling food. Maybe I don’t always need a big piece of cake, but I do love a little sweet bite. Snowballs No Bake Truffles are perfect for this. You can pop a truffle in your mouth and keep moving. It’s a great party dessert. ALSO don’t forget these are great for a class party! Kids LOVE them.

Need a few more suggestions for easy, no bake desserts? I have them for you!

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What do you put on your Dessert Table? I like to mix it up; some no bake balls, a pie or two, a few choices of a really yummy candy. The holidays should just always have a great assortment of amazing food – including desserts.

Snowballs No Bake Truffles

Snowballs No Bake Truffles


  • 3/4 cup + 2 tablespoons butter, softened
  • 2/3 cup white sugar
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons coconut extract
  • 1 and 2/3 cup white flour
  • Optional sweetened coconut


  1. Beat together slightly softened butter (Do NOT melt) with the white sugar until well combined
  2. Beat in the coconut extract.
  3. Beat in the flour until well combined with the other ingredients.
  4. HINT Add Flour 1/2 C at a time (roughly) to ensure not making the cookies to dry. If you feel they are too "wet" then add more by the tablespoon!
  5. To ensure rolling perfect balls optional to refrigerate for 30 minutes before rolling.
  6. OPTIONAL Add food coloring
  7. OPTIONAL Roll in Sweetened Coconut

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