I might just love cookies as much as I love pie, and that’s saying a lot. But okay, let’s admit it. Healthy cookies taste, well, healthy. Not these babies! They are made with REAL, nutrient-dense ingredients, and they’re to die for. Crispy, buttery, scrumptious.
These cookies go by a lot of names – Snow Balls, Mexican Wedding Cookies, Butterballs, and Russian Tea Cakes. But they’ve always been Russian Tea Cookies to me. Ok, enough talking about them; let make them:
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Do you make these Russian Tea Cookies? What do YOU call them?
Russian Tea Cookies
- Preheat oven to 350°F.
- Cream butter, sugar and vanilla.
- Mix in flour and salt until just blended.
- Mix in chopped walnuts.
- Roll into 1" balls and place on cookie sheet an inch or so apart.
- Bake for 12 minutes.
- When cool, roll in organic cane sugar which has been processed in a food processor to make it powdery. Coat with the sugar several times.
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