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Candy "Snowballs" Recipe
These simple candies can be easily prepared together with children, because sweets made with their own hands are doubly delicious!
Instructions
  1. Put the white chocolate in a deep enough bowl and melt it in a water bath or microwave.
    Put the white chocolate in a deep enough bowl and melt it in a water bath or microwave.
  2. Do not overheat the chocolate, otherwise it may curdle. Stir it thoroughly to separate the remaining pieces.
    Do not overheat the chocolate, otherwise it may curdle. Stir it thoroughly to separate the remaining pieces.
  3. Chop the cookies using a blender or any other method that is convenient for you.
    Chop the cookies using a blender or any other method that is convenient for you.
  4. Cut the dried cranberries into small pieces.
    Cut the dried cranberries into small pieces.
  5. Add the cranberries in the chocolate.
    Add the cranberries in the chocolate.
  6. Add the crushed cookies and mix thoroughly.
    Add the crushed cookies and mix thoroughly.
  7. The mass will turn out to be liquid, so remove it briefly in the refrigerator, but do not overdo it. If you cool it too much, it will become too hard.
    The mass will turn out to be liquid, so remove it briefly in the refrigerator, but do not overdo it.
If you cool it too much, it will become too hard.
  8. As soon as it becomes denser, roll small balls out of it and roll them in coconut shavings.
    As soon as it becomes denser, roll small balls out of it and roll them in coconut shavings.
  9. Place the candy on a tray or dish. After they stand, the chocolate will harden and the candy will become dense. To speed up the process, you can put them briefly in the refrigerator. Store ready-made candies at room temperature, as they become very hard when stored in the cold.
    Place the candy on a tray or dish. After they stand, the chocolate will harden and the candy will become dense. To speed up the process, you can put them briefly in the refrigerator.
Store ready-made candies at room temperature, as they become very hard when stored in the cold.
  10. Enjoy your tea!
    Enjoy your tea!

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