Pecan Snowball Cookies
These might be the easiest favorite cookie to bake! They are great with Irish coffee & Santa loves them (hint, hint!).
This is also a great beginners recipe for your kiddoes! It's almost impossible to mess up... but it can happen so they need supervisions. We hope you enjoy this Farm to Table recipe!
One of our favorite traditions is baking cookies during Christmas week. We deliver them to our neighbors (out here on the ranch, our neighbors are miles away so we bake a few days then deliver for a few days). Of course, we bake fresh cookies on Christmas Eve just for Santa!
These are easy & delicious! Enjoy ~
If you prefer to roll out your dough and use cookie cutters, this recipe works well with just a few minor adjustments.
After mixing the dough until smooth, turn dough out on work surface. Cut dough in half and shape each portion into a compact disk. Wrap separately in plastic wrap and chill for 30 minutes to 2 hours.
Unwrap 1 dough disk and roll on lightly-floured work surface to 1/4-inch thickness (lightly coat rolling pin with flour to prevent sticking). Cut into chosen shapes and place cookies 2 inches apart on parchment paper-lined baking sheets.
Then, place the cookie sheet with the shaped cookies into the refrigerator for 8-10 minutes, then bake (follow the card to finish).
Texas Cowboy Cookies
These are my signature cookie! (yes, I just said that in a Steel Magnolia's / Julia Robert's voice)! LOL! But, as soon as you taste these cookies for Texas Heaven, you will understand!
Irish Butter + Chocolate Chips + Old Fashioned Oats + Texas PECANS!!! Oh My!!!
Quick ~ Easy ~ Scrumptious! Enjoy!