Soft "n" Chewy Creamsicle Cookies

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 25 mins

very yummy recipe,i got this recipe from zaar, but i adapted it to taste like a creamsicle, but this is a very versitle recipe can be changed easily, by the pudding flavor and chocolate chips you can make it your own, very simple recipe

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. pre heat oven to 375.
  2. mix flour with baking soda and set aside.
  3. in a large mixing bowl, combine butter, sugars,and pudding mix,vanilla, and orange extracts.
  4. beat until smooth and creamy.
  5. beat in egg, gradually add flour mixture.
  6. stir in chips and zest.
  7. roll into balls (size of walnuts) and flatten slightly on to a non greased cookie sheet.
  8. bake at 375 for 8-10 minutes.
  9. note: you can use chocolate pudding mix instead of vanilla for a chocolate orange chip cookie yummy.
Most Helpful

Made one batch and they were so incredibly yummy, I had to make a 2nd batch! I followed the recipe as is. I always use butter in my cookies. Rolling them in walnut size balls is all you need to do and they don't spread much at all while baking. They come out picture perfect! I did add orange coloring to my 2nd batch. These are so unique and I've told everyone about them. I am thinking of trying them in lime. Thank you for sharing!

Mrs Gingerbread December 14, 2009

Super delicious! I didn't have brown sugar so, in all, used 1/2 cup white sugar plus 2 tablespoons molasses (too sweet for my taste; forgot pudding mix already contains sugar. Will reduce sugar to 1/2 cup next time -- there definitely will be a next time!). Didn't have real lemons; squeezed 2 tbs of lemon juice from a plastic 'lemon' (can increase this too for a nice lemony flavour). Used a shallow madeleine pan to retain round shape. For another tray, added 1 tsp flour + 1 tsp cornflour to remaining dough -- thickness of cookies was 1/4 inch. My dried cranberries, white choc with hazelnut croquant (chopped) and halved macadamia nuts went very well with this -- a tad indulgent! Thanks much. :)

RotiJala January 31, 2009