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Marshmallow Snowballs

This is a quick and easy treat that many Newfoundlanders will recognize. These are so easy to make, and perfect for making with kids.


What you will need:

4 oz cream cheese

2 cups icing sugar

2 tbsp milk

1/2 tsp vanilla

2/3 cup semi sweet chocolate chips, melted

3 cups colored mini marshmallows

3 cups coconut


Combine first five ingredients, beat together until smooth.

Fold in marshmallows, then shape into balls.

Roll in coconut, and enjoy.


4 Responses

  1. Hi There,

    I stumbled on your site while looking for recipes for Newfoundland. We are studying Canada this year in our homeschool and I would love to know if you’d be willing to share some recipes that are native to Newfoundland with me. You’ve already got my e-mail. ;0)

    With Thanks,


  2. I stumbled upon your website while doing an online search for newfoundland recipies for our bookclub meeting next week (we’ve just read Shipping News). Am going to try these snowballs. If there is any other dessert that you can think of that would be appropriate please let me know at your earliest convenience. Thanks for this great website!

  3. i was born &rasied in nfld &very proud to say so. i marriedmoved to montreal but i will die a nfld woman&belive me we are saveing every penny to come back home to retirer.your receipes are the best in the world. very lonely for my homeland. shirley

  4. hi could someone please send the receipe for pickled weiners..

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