Mexican Wedding Cookies: White Little Balls Of Sugary Sweetness!

Since I was a little girl, I have been making these cookies. The recipe came from my great-grandmother and it has been passed down through the generations all the way to me.
The cookies are strictly made only during the holidays. That would be as early as Thanksgiving week and as late as New Year’s week. That’s it. For whatever reason, that is an unspoken rule around the households for generations that you could not make these other than the holidays.

The flavor of these cookies is light and they simply melt in your mouth. The texture is a bit dense but it works so perfectly with the cookie. Once the cookies are out of the oven, they get rolled in powder sugar once while they are hot (so it sticks) and once again once they are cooled (so they get a better coat and they are pretty). These cookies are the perfect addition to any holiday party.

These cookies are called wedding cookies because, in Mexico, some people serve these only. There is no cake, these are the finger food desserts for the guests. It is quite traditional and in my opinion, such a pretty dessert to serve guests at a wedding. Now, I don’t know if I would have been satisfied with just cookies at my wedding because I did have a pretty extravagant cake, however, these cookies would make a wonderful addition to the dessert table.

Only 5 ingredients? Wowser!


1 cup Land O’ Lakes butter, softened
1 cup Domino powdered sugar, divided
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