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Cookies fit for Santa and his reindeer!! Snow Drops that's what they want

Updated: Mar 28, 2019

Snow Drops are a staple of the Holidays for me and my family, It just wouldn't be the Holidays without some of these beauties. I first showcased it on Holiday Baking Championship on Food Network in 2016. It wowed the judges and made there ears perk up. From its buttery tender dough to the chewy currents and spicy ginger, it is the perfect bite. Please enjoy and let me know how yall like it and incorporated it into your Holiday Celebrations.





Snow Drops


Makes 24

Ingredients:

  • 1-cup butter, cold, cut into cubes

  • 2-cups self rising flour

  • ¼-cup brown sugar, packed

  • ¼-cup white sugar

  • 1-tsp ground ginger

  • ½-tsp nutmeg

  • 2-tsp vanilla extract

  • 1-egg, room temp

  • 2-TBSP orange zest

  • 1/8-cup candied ginger, minced

  • ¾-cup dried currents

  • ½-cup walnuts, chopped ( optional)

  • 2-cups powder sugar for dusting


Directions:

Preheat oven to 350

  • In the bowl of stand mixer place the flour, sugars, spices and zest, Mix for 20 seconds on low.

  • Add the butter and mix until it looks like coarse cornmeal.

  • Add egg and vanilla and mix to combine.

  • Add the ginger, currents and nuts if using and stir to combine.

  • Using a 1 ounce cookie scoop, place 12 dough balls on a lined cookie sheet and bake for 18 mins.

  • Remove and let cool for 5-8 mins.

  • Roll cooled cookies in powder sugar.

ENJOY!!!!!

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Jason Smith
Jason Smith
Jan 05, 2018

Looks so good....will try this one this weekend when I am off from work!

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Jason Smith
Jason Smith
Jan 05, 2018

I made a batch for Christmas this year and everyone loved them, including my three-year-old granddaughter! They keep remarkably well and are moist and flavorful even a few days after baking.

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Jason Smith
Jason Smith
Jan 04, 2018

Every Christmas I make baskets for friends and loved ones filled with baked and canned goodies. Each year I try to change it up and add new things. I made more than one batch of these and they were indeed the hit of the holidays! The only bad thing I can say about these is that my husband is upset because I didnt make a batch for us! I need to get on that as I am craving them too!!

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