"Pomanders are one-of-a-kind, no-bake chocolate cookies. This recipe has been handed down from many generations in our family. As a tradition, Grandma has made Pomanders for us nearly every Christmas, but they are great year-round! The longer you let these no bake cookies set the better they taste. So, make them a few weeks before you plan to eat them, hide them from your family and friends, and have patience! Store in tight containers for two to three weeks to let the flavors fully cultivate and intensify. You can eat these right after they're made, but for best taste let them sit at least two weeks." — Purefusion
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light corn syrup
2 1/2 cups
crushed vanilla wafers
chopped toasted hazelnuts
1 (1.75 ounce) package
multicolored candy sprinkles
This was so easy and really tasty. I made them for a holiday cookie contest at work and took home 2nd place... not too shabby! A little tip- Make the chocolate mixture in the microwave on high for about 30 seconds, stir well- saves time and dishes.
Not a knock-out. Probably won't make again. Expected them to be tastier!
This recipe is similar to one my mother made for decades--we use orange juice, walnuts, and roll in regular sugar. Love them.
This was a great recipe, and I had a number of people ask me for the recipe and we're impressed with how simple they are to make.
I made these a few times for different holiday parties, they went fast!! I've learned to make double batches!! Had to hide them from the kids, even though they helped make them! I also used pecans, they're our favorites
So I am a skeptic, especially where AR is concerned- I read tons of reviews before trying a recipe. Made these 10 days ago, wondered if they would be as good as the reviews. Tasted the first one today, and these are simpy amazing! I wish I'd made 3 x as much! I used Fiori di Sicilia from KAF- about 1/4 tsp. and 1 tsp vanilla. These things are simply amazing! Found some pretty gold metallic fancy sugar to roll in and they look like chocolate dusted with gold. Making more for New Year's TODAY!!! Don't wait to try these- they will be a new family favorite!
Edit: After giving these on my Christmas cookie plates, the consensus is that it's better to roll them in plain cocoa than any sugar- cocoa deepens the flavor and the texture is better.
Still love these, just with cocoa not sprinkles or sugar!
This was my favorite as a child. My mother, who as a young bride in the 1950's, found it in a newspaper! She would make Pomanders every year just for me. :-) One variation from above is that she would crush the vanilla wafers until very fine. (She used a blender and crushed the cookies in small batches.) The same was done with pecans. Today I crush the ingredients as fine as I can with a food processor. One final note, we rolled them in red or green colored sugar (red made them pomanders and the green for Christmas!) They were stored in one tin for each color. I now make them for grandnephews and nieces. They don't expect smooth creamy "rum balls" but rather, those wonderful "textured" orange chocolate things! They know they are POMANDERS! Enjoy the tradition.
Delicious and easy!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/36 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 36
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 108
** Calories from Fat: 39
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