Chocolate Spice Balls, Delicious Chocolate cookies with a spiced Christmas flavor. Easy to make and very popular!
Chocolate Spice Balls are a family favourite at JoJo's house. Every time there's a wedding or a family gathering, then these tasty little treats get made! They're also great during the holiday season, given the wonderful spices that are added for that extra festive taste. So let's see how JoJo makes these Chocolate Spice Balls.
10 - 12 Minutes
Approx 5 dozen.
All purpose flour (amount may vary) leave 2 cups out and add as needed
orange, squeeze juice
(optional: finely chopped nuts)
See the recipe card below for quantities.
1. Mix and set dry ingredients aside. Cream crisco and sugar well, add eggs one at a time. Add jam, nuts, and juice, gradually add dry ingredients.
2. Roll into balls (about the size of a large gumball) and bake at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes. Do not over bake. Cool and frost. as you like.
You can frost with a mixture of powdered sugar and water, thin enough to dip cookie in, and sprinkle if desired. JoJo's Tip: If you add 1 Tablespoon of flour to the frosting mix it will make it shiny.
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