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Awesome! So simple & so good!! I used 1/2 cup canola oil instead of the 2 different oils and 1 cup mini chocolate chips. Very fudgey & rich!!
Super simple, easy to adapt to any cake mix in your pantry and delicious! I broke up a lemon cake mix with a potato masher first, added the oils and eggs then added some leftover creme de menthe chips. To make them uniform in size I used a very small round scoop. This recipe is a definite keeper.
What a great recipe :) I made this tonight and the family gives it rave reviews!! So easy to make and the ingredients were things I always have in stock. Thanks for sharing this Fonegirl :)
I did these w/o any chips or add-ins as the only chocolate item I baked for my Christmas give-away baskets. They taste very chocolatey and the olive oil just adds a rich texture. Thanks so much for posting these!!
We love these at our house. Often we use the yellow cake mix and m&ms or some other kind of candy bar candy. Makes them just that much better! Very simple and quick great for a late night sweet tooth!
These are easy and taste great. We've been making them for years in our family with a little twist. Just use the Devil's food with the egg and oil--no chips. When done baking press an Andes mint into the center (like a thumb-print cookie) let it melt a little and swirl it with a tooth pick. Yum! Chocolate mint cookies!
meh it was allright
I would rate it 5 star. I have made these for years! Everyone that eats them wants my recipe. They are surprised at the ease and the few ingredients. Yellow cake mix is the very best as I have tried all flavors. Audrey
I wanted a cookie NOW and tried this recipe. Wonderful texture and flavor. I used a yellow cake with 1 tsp almond flavoring and 3 kinds of choc chips. Looking forward to trying other cake mix flavors.
Very similar to #15559, but this definitely helped give me the courage to try making cookies from a cake mix. My DH and my church are grateful. Thanks!