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Okay, well this new editor is pretty fancy. Reminds me of Medium.. in the two Medium posts I wrote.

Anyway, here’s some text. I just need to see the info on the image. So heeeyyyo if you see this 🙂

Also here’s a recipe

Dirty Snowballs

Chocolate covered and cookie-filled, this no-bake recipe is a tasty twist on cookies (though you’ll have to melt the butter and chocolate!) They’re a novelty at parties and make great treats for gifting.
Prep Time 30 mins
Cook Time 0 mins
Refrigeration 30 mins
Total Time 1 hr
Course Dessert
Servings 14 snowballs


  • Food processor or blender
  • Double boiler or pot and bowl
  • Cookie sheet
  • Parchment paper


The Insides

  • 20 Oreos or other sandwich crème cookies
  • 1/4 cup Butter melted

White Chocolate Coating

  • 3/4 cup White chocolate chips
  • 1.5 Tbsp Coconut oil


Cookie Preparation for The Insides

  • Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper
  • Pulse the sandwich cookies in a food processor until they resemble very coarse coffee grounds. Pulse VERY briefly at a time if using a blender!
  • Set aside 1 tbsp to be used as a sprinkled topping
  • Transfer the remaining cookie grounds to a medium mixing bowl
  • Add the melted butter and mix well until a crumbly dough forms
  • Take a heaping tablespoon and use your hands to press and roll into a 1" cookie balls. Don't be afraid to pack them hard like a dense snowball!
  • Place cookie balls onto the parchment paper pan
  • Refrigerate for 20min

White Chocolate Coating

  • While the cookie balls continue chilling, prepare the white chocolate for dipping
  • On a double boiler over medium-low heat, melt the white chocolate chips and coconut oil, mixing constantly
  • Remove the sheet pan of cookie balls from the refrigerator
  • One at a time, carefully dip, roll and coat each of the cookie balls in the melted white chocolate
  • Place back onto the pan and immediately sprinkle some of the ground cookie topping
  • Refrigerate for 30min to finish hardening
  • Once sufficiently cooled, the dirty snowballs can be transfer to a container and stored at room temperature

Tips and Tricks

  • Use a second spoon to assist in transferring the coated cookie balls back to the pan
  • Mix any leftover ground cookie topping and white chocolate together, pour into molds or into dollops on parchment paper and refrigerate for a cookies and cream candy treat
  • Use a combination of Golden Oreos and few regular Oreos for a more sandy-snowball look
  • For more creamy textured snowballs, substitute 1/4 cup cream cheese in place of the butter

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