- Vanilla wafer cookies (40-50 crushed cookies)
- Cool Whip (one 8 oz tub, thawed)
- 8-9 oz of Hershey's bars with Almonds
- Powdered sugar
- 45 Vanilla wafer cookies crushed
- 8 oz Cool Whip thawed
- 8 oz Hershey's bars with Almonds
- ¾ cup Powdered sugar
- Break up the chocolate bars and place them in a bowl. Microwave for 30 seconds and stir. Keep on microwaving at 30 second intervals, stirring in between until the chocolate is melted.
- Place the thawed Cool Whip in a medium sized bowl, add the melted chocolate and stir.
- When the chocolate and Cool Whip have been thoroughly combined, chill the mixture for a few hours.
- While the mixture is chilling crush your wafers into crumbs.
- After chilling, scoop out the mixture by the spoonful and roll in the crushed wafer crumbs.
- After they have been coated with the cookie crumbs, pour the powdered sugar onto a plate and roll the balls through it.
- These balls will not be perfectly round since the mixture is still fairly soft. Place them on a cookie sheet and freeze overnight.
- You don't have a lot of time for mixing the melted chocolate in with the Cool Whip so you want the chocolate the get blended in really well. The chocolate will start hardening once it goes into the Cool Whip, so start stirring right away.
This nutritional information is approximate and was calculated using online calculators. Your nutritional information may vary depending on numerous factors.
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