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My ex- MIL introduced these cookies to me years ago. We would make these for Christmas gifts. My favorite is red velvet!
Good, easy recipe. Tips...I used gloves sprayed with Pam....made working with a very thick dough much easier. Going to try again but add a couple drops of peppermint flavoring to batter and sprinkle with tiny amount of crushed candy cane!!
So easy to make, I use my small stainless steel scoop to form the balls and a fork to toss in the sugar. Cooked a little fast but that might have been my oven.
There were sooo easy! I just did the plain chocolate, since that is what I had in the house. I am excited to try other flavors. Thanks for sharing :-)
Easy to make, but seems quite sweet. I used a piping bag and filled it with the dough. Also let the dough set a while and it is not so sticky. Put confectioners in a bowl and pipe the dough into the sugar and roll it around with a spoon, no sticky hands
These are the best cookies if you are in the mood for something sweet and fast! I have tried different flavors and combinations and we like the lemon or the orange cake mixes the best. My secret for making these cookies extra flavorful is to add a crystal light/great value drink mix...all you need is one. For the lemon cake mix I used a pink lemonade drink packet and for the orange cake mix I used a orange sunrise packet. I also added an extra egg...and cooked for 10 minutes. Yummy!
MOST excellent! <3 I used a spice cake mix, my store's brand of fat free non~dairy topping, and added allspice, cardamon, & cinnamon. Because they expand ( & 'cause I made BIG dollops of sugar~coated batter ), I ended up with four cookie sheets of yummy goodness. *G* I had been craving some beignets ( but am too lazy to make them from scratch ) to go with my coffee and these satisfied that yen perfectly. B|
super good! my friends and I all call them 'crack cookies' because they're so addicting! the best cake mix to use is funfetti!!