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KJuneBug's picture

Pumpkin Cookies from the Book

I just made the Pumpkin Cookies from the new book.  I was pretty surprised at the "egglessness" (is that a word?) of the recipe, but they are really good!  I left out the choc. chips though, we decided we wanted plain this time.  I haven't made the frosting yet, but I might!!

On another note, I would like to know if Lovina knits and/or crochets?  


LuvMaerz's picture

Sinfully good cookies... only THREE ingredients!!!

My best friend is a teacher, and she was bragging on these delicous cookies that her school cook made for the kids (they only have about 30 students, so they are able to do that sort of thing).  Anyway, she got the recipe, and I couldn't believe it was so simple!!  Three ingredients... and the cookies are so moist with almost a fudgy center.  I made a batch today, and they are already G-O-N-E!

 Cake Mix Cookies

1 package dark chocolate or devils food cake mix

2 eggs

1/3 cup oil

Mix all the ingredients in bowl; the cookie dough will be rather stiff.  Shape into golfball sized balls, then flatten slightly and place on lightly greased cookie sheet.  Bake at 350 for 8-10 minutes, then cool on wire rack.

 

I plan on trying this with some other types of cake mix and see how they are.  So easy, my 3 year old could do it!!


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