33 Reviews

These treats are "hauntingly divine"!:) Wish I could bring the whole sky down for you for this one. These were enjoyed by all and I had to hide some for my dad who is out of town at the moment. Once these were baked(after step 5), I let these remain in the oven for 35 minutes. After that, I removed them onto a wire rack and allowed to cool completely. Then, stored them in an airtight container. Thank you for the incredible cookies:)

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Charishma_Ramchandani April 09, 2002

Good tasting; extremely quick and easy; and some versatility because I think you could make some additions or substitutions to your own taste. I used a Yellow Cake Mix (did not have a White one) -- worked just fine. I baked the first pan about 12 mins... and the second pan about 10 mins. It was great because the longer baking time gives you a really crisp cookie, and the shorter time makes them pleasantly soft. This is a super great recipe for 'cookies in a hurry'... and yummy to boot!

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rickie November 22, 2003

Fabulous cookie recipe Inez! The family totally fell for these maple gems. I used a .5 ounce / 39 mm cookie scoop and I got exactly 36 (3 dozen) cookies. Very quick and simple and oh what a heavenly aroma wafting through the house. I'm submitting a photo in gratitude of your sharing such a tasty cookie. Thanks again Inez!

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HOUSEMANAGER (Charlene) February 02, 2003

What a delicious way to start 2003! These cookies are wonderful, as are Karen Monahan's Lemon version (Lemon Krisp #27546) and seem sinfully easy to prepare. Thanks to these 2 recipes I've become a fan of cake mix cookies and only feel slightly guilty making them. Another big plus in my view is that I have made them both as written, and with my reduced fat trick of replacing half the butter with applesauce (1/4 cup of each to make 1/2 cup "fat") and cannot tell the difference. I noticed that someone commented that they spread too much and were crispy rather than soft - I've not had that happen and wonder if they have an oven thermometer. At any rate, thanks Inez for another winner (and your chocolate peanut butter fudge is awesome as well!)!!!

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1TexasLizard January 07, 2003

Smashing. As the song says "Simply the Best". These are really good and so easy to make. Thanks again Inez

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Tebo December 04, 2002

I loved these the first time I made them. This time I added 1 c. of butter brickle skor chips and baked them longer, until golden brown...about 20 min. Wow. Wow! It's a keeper!

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Jan Marie September 02, 2002

These are the "crack" of cookies. Very, very addictive. I actually had my husband put them out of my reach before he left for work this morning. YUUUMMMY!

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Bogey'sMom April 16, 2002

I just loved these! I'm a maple fanatic, so I used 2 tsps of maple flavoring. I cooked them for 12 minutes but I think next time (and there will definitely be a next time) I'll only go to 10 mins ... I'd prefer them w/a bit of chewiness to them.

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Jane*in*RI December 29, 2003

My husband and I loved these! Absolutely divine with a cup of coffee!!

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txghog November 12, 2003

Delicious! I just finished making a batch, and I got two dozen cookies out of it! They're wonderful! Just as easy as she said, and well worth the outcome. Thank you!

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Prissbucket Black April 27, 2003
Maple Krispie Cookies