Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

No butter. No sugar. No eggs. The easiest cookies ever! (Don't use the instant type of pudding mix.) As with most of my cookie recipes, the number of cookies it makes is a total guess, depending on how big you make them.


  1. Mix Bisquick and pudding mix with ½ cup water.
  2. Drop in spoonfuls on a greased cookie sheet.
  3. Bake at 350F 10 minutes.


Most Helpful

You just can't get any easier than this. I did however find that the amounts as given don't work. As ask for I had a thinnish cake batter, nothing that would have made cookies at all. I ended up adding another 6 HEAPING tbs of Bisquick. At that time I ask DH to do a taste sample and he said that it had "a bitter taste" (no doubt the buttermilk Bisquick coming through). I beat in 2 tbs of sugar and he said that was fine. I got 21 cookies that were perfectly baked in 10 mins and I used butterscotch pudding.

Annacia March 08, 2007

I followed the directions, but something had to have gone wrong. These cookie literally tasted like Play-Doh. They were terrible.

Kaseysospacey May 25, 2010

I was running low on ingredients and short on time, but needed to bring something with me to a party. These were perfect! They are definitely cakey cookies, but they are delicious. I used non-instant chocolate pudding. Love them!

Green.Chef September 26, 2009

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