Every year my Mom would make a version of snowball cookies during the holidays. When I found this muddy snowballs recipe in an old Family Fun magazine, I knew my boys and I had to get into the kitchen to make them. If you read my blog on a regular basis you know love to get my kids in the kitchen. This is the perfect recipe to make with kids of all ages. It’s really fun too. Why? Because you get messy. Your hands will get sticky and you will have some “mud” on your counter. Don’t shy away, though, clean-up is easy.
This chocolate version is a fun twist on the traditional snowball recipe. They are rich so be sure to have either a cold glass of milk or hot cup of coffee or tea while you indulge.
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