7 Reviews

very delicious. i used a yellow cake mix and then threw in some chocolate pieces. because the base is a cake mix it makes the cookies maintain their moist-ness. i'm going to make the next batch from chocolate cake mix and throw in some peanut butter chips :).

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krista harberson June 27, 2010

Easy, cheap, and fun to do with kids.

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Amy Childers August 06, 2008

Easy, i made into bar cookies for a cookie cake.

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WonderMima April 11, 2006

so very easy, and can be made great nuts-chocolate chips -frosting what ever

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MOXLEY6 February 05, 2006

These are good cookies, very easy, and inexpensive. I used vanilla cake mix. And I added a handful of both chopped walnets, and peanut butter chips.

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Hopelessinthekitchen January 11, 2006

This was very easy to make -- I just don't like the smell of baking cake mixes! I used margarine to keep it non-dairy. I couldn't drop them on the cookie sheet by spoonfuls, either; it was much to thick. I had to roll them into balls, which I then rolled in colored nonpareils. They LOOKED pretty, at least! Thanks for posting.

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brokenburner February 17, 2009
Amazingly Easy Cookies