Thursday, May 31, 2012

Recipe Review: Cool Whip Cookies

This is a recipe the I posted on my blog a long time ago. I've wanted to do a recipe review for a while on it, but just kept forgetting about it. Thankfully, Jon's birthday party was this past weekend. I ended up needing another dessert for his party and I remembered this recipe! These cookies were delicious!

I just wanted to let you know that I had trouble with the cookie dough being very sticky. I wrote about this below, but I just thought I would let you know up front that I couldn't make it exactly like the directions said I should.

I hope that you enjoy this recipe review!

The Ingredients

Pour dry cake mix into a mixing bowl.

Combine egg, Cool Whip Free, and dry yellow cake mix together.

Mix ingredients together until well blended.

My cookie dough came out VERY sticky. I put it in the fridge and even after several hours it was too sticky to roll into balls.

Instead of rolling into balls, I used my cookie scooper to make the dough into rough shapes.

I didn't roll the dough into powdered sugar. I just sprinkled some sugar on top of the dough before baking.

After 10 minutes in the oven the cookies were done!

I let them cool a little before eating them!

They were delicious!!

These cookies are so soft and chewy, which is my favorite!!

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Cool Whip Cookies
Source: sewzy1

1 egg
8 ounces Cool Whip Free
1 box yellow cake mix
1/2 powdered sugar

Mix egg, Cool Whip Free, and dry yellow cake mix together.

Roll teaspoon size balls into powdered sugar and bake on cookie sheet at 375° for 10 minutes.

Serves: 36; 2 PointsPlus per serving/cookie


Trish said...

I'm thinking these might be good with a flavored cake mix, such as lemon? I'll give it a go and let you know. Thanks for all of your posts. I just found you and you have already blessed me greatly!

Jennifer said...

I made these last night and they are OH SO YUMMY! I didn't even put the powdered sugar on top! Thanks!

Kitty said...

I've been making these for several years now. They are so good! I use sugar free Devil's Food Cake Mix. I don't roll mine either. I drop spoonfulls into powder sugar and roll them around before putting on them on the pan. I've learned that if I keep my fingers alittle wet with water it makes it easier to roll them in the sugar. My family likes them cold. So we keep them in the fridge. Any cake mix is good with this recipe!!

Lynn Harris said...

I've been looking for this recipe for years! My mom used to make these. Sometimes she would add chocolate chips! Yum!


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