What are cranberry pistachio snowballs?
Cranberry Pistachio Snowball Ingredients
How to Make Cranberry Pistachio Snowballs
Why are my snowball cookies flat?
If your cookies fell flat the most common reasons for this to occur would be if you used melted butter or didn’t chill the dough long enough. While we do want softened butter in the dough, melted butter is too soft and won’t hold up as well. In the hot oven a warm dough will “melt” and fall flat instead of staying shaped as we want it to.
Can snowball cookies be frozen?
Yes, these cookies do great when frozen. Simply let them cool completely and then place in an airtight container for up to 3 months. You can toss them in another coating of powdered sugar after they’ve thawed so that they look fresh again.
How to store snowball cookies
Keep your snowball cookies stored in an airtight container at room temperature for up to a week. Any longer than that and the cookies will grow stale.
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Cranberry Pistachio Snowball Cookies made with dried cranberries & pistachios rolled twice in powdered sugar! Perfect holiday Snowball Cookies for cookie trays & gift exchanges.