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Kentucky Bourbon Balls

Rich Kentucky Bourbon flavors these delicate candies, making them perfect for your New Year’s party, or any other fun gathering! Let the Pecans steep in the Bourbon for several hours before using them to top the candies. This helps develop the flavors. Enjoy!

  • Yield: 4 dozen balls

  • Level of Difficulty: Easy

  • Cook Time: 20 Minutes

  • Prep Time: 4 Hours


  • 1/2 cup

    butter, room temp

  • 1 cup

    Kentucky Bourbon

  • 2 pounds

    confectioners sugar

  • 1 teaspoon

    Vanilla Extract

  • 2 bags

    dark chocolate chips

  • 1/3 bar

    paraffin wax, available in the home canning department


Pour about 48 pecan halves in to a bowl of bourbon. Let the butter come to room temp by leaving it on the counter for about an hour before you start. Do not microwave it to warm it.

Add the butter to a stand mixer or large bowl. Cream together with the bourbon until smooth, then add the vanilla. Slowly add the confectioners sugar until entirely incorporated.

Form into heaping Tablespoon-size balls, smoothing them in your hands. You may have to cool your hands down by placing them in chilled water before or during the rolling. Place on a wax-paper covered cookie sheet. Don’t worry about the balls touching.

Add the balls in to the freezer while you melt the dark chocolate.

Start a double boiler to melt the dark chocolate. An easy way to do this at home, is to take a medium-size saucepan and fill it about half-full with water. Bring to a low boil, and cover the saucepan with a glass heat-safe bowl.

Add the dark chocolate and the paraffin wax to the bowl. Stir carefully as it starts to melt. It will probably take 20-30 minutes before it is completely melted and smooth.

Remove the balls from the freezer. Drop them one-by-one into the melted dark chocolate. Use a fork to turn them and make sure they are completely covered. Lift them out of the chocolate and place on a wax paper-covered cookie sheet, making sure they don’t touch. Top each ball with a bourbon-steeped pecan half. Work quickly so the balls don’t melt in the chocolate. Continue with the rest of the candies.

Place the dipped balls back in the freezer to completely harden the chocolate before storing. Serve and enjoy! Carefully arrange the balls on a platter, the pecan toppers will come off if you juggle them around.

Store in an airtight container at room temp for up to 1 month. This recipe does not freeze well.


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