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Holiday Hacks: No Bake Rudolph Noses Cookie Balls

I hope you all have a wonderful holiday! If you need some last minute ideas, I have one last recipe for ya! How about No Bake Rudolph Noses Cookie Balls? Tasty little red bits of goodness and fun for the kiddos!


Only three ingredients, so you can whip these up in a jiffy!

No Bake Rudolph Noses Cookie Balls

No Bake Rudolph Noses Cookie Balls


  • 1 Package of Wilton Candy Melts in Red (14 oz)
  • 1 Can of Sweetened Condensed Milk (14 oz)
  • 3 Sleeves of Butter Crackers like Ritz


  1. Melt the candy melts and sweetened condensed milk together on the stove top or in microwave. Mix continuously. Remove from heat. Then add the finely crushed crackers and make sure they are fully covered in the chocolate mixture. Cool for about 20 minutes until thick and cool enough for handling. Then make each cookie ball using 1 heaping tablespoon of “batter”. Then, hand roll into balls, set on a non-stick surface such as wax paper. Let cool completely before serving. Recipe makes approximately 28 cookie balls.
Nutrition Information
Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 42Total Fat 1gSodium 90mgCarbohydrates 7gSugar 1gProtein 1g


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Hope you have an amazing holiday! 😉

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Kathleen Ophelan

Friday 10th of January 2014

This is such a cute idea. I so need to add this to our Christmas Eve traditions.

Trisha B.

Wednesday 8th of January 2014

These are super cute and sound so yummy! I must try these for the holidays next year.

Michele P

Monday 6th of January 2014

these are cute and super easy to make, even though Christmas is over, I think I will still try them out... heck, Valentines Day is right around the corner and they are red so...


Monday 11th of November 2019

I thought about using any seasonal color . Orange for Fall, Halloween & Thanksgiving. Red, green & white for Christmas. Red, pink, purple for Valentines. Different greens for St. Patrick’s,. Pastel colors for Easter. Red, white & blue for Memorial Day, flag day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Veterans Day.

Lisa Brown

Monday 6th of January 2014

interesting recipe; red and festive, with the butter crackers, they probably taste great.


Friday 3rd of January 2014

I have never heard of these they are super cute and creative.

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