Cake Mix Cookies Recipes

Cake Mix Cookies Recipes

  1. Chocolate Cake S’mores Cookies: (seen in picture above) Made with a box of devil’s food cake mix, eggs, brown sugar, butter, chocolate bar pieces, mini marshmallows and graham crackers. Recipe and photo from Jenny Flake at Picky Palate.
  2. Cake Mix Lemon Ricotta Drop Cookies: Soft, moist, cakey, and lemony these gems disappeared in a hurry. From The Cooking Photographer.
  3. Strawberry Cake Mix Cookies: Ingredients include strawberry cake mix, shredded sweetened coconut and coconut extract. From Put A Spoon In It.
  4. Funfetti Cake Mix Cookies Recipe: A double dose of dense, moist, lightly tangy, cakey cookies sandwiched with rich, sweet, buttery frosting. From CakeSpy.
  5. Carrot Cake Cookies: Made from Duncan Hines Classic Carrot Decadent Cake Mix, perfect for any occasion. Recipe from Duncan Hines.
  6. Girl Scout Thin Mint Cookies: Made with Devil’s Food Cake Mix, butter, milk and peppermint oil. Recipe from Adventures Of A Gluten Free Mom.
  7. Lemon Cookies Recipe: Refreshing! A great lemon cookie treat made easy with cake mix and frosting. From Betty Crocker.
  8. Chocolate Gooey Butter Cookies: Ingredients include cream cheese, butter, an egg, a box of moist chocolate cake mix and confectioners’ sugar, for dusting. Paula Deen’s recipe found at Food Network.
  9. Decadent Chocolate Chip Cookies: Ingredients include a box of white (or chocolate) cake mix, butter, eggs and chocolate chips. From ReTorte.
  10. Cake Mix & Cool Whip Cookies: These cookies are really soft and chewy, a little messy because of the powdered sugar, but so worth it. Recipe from Abby Sweets.
  11. Sunshine Cookies: These cookies are a great one-bowl, 3-minutes of prep, sure to impress dessert. Made with lemon cake mix, lemon juice, lemon extract and white chocolate chips (plus a few more ingredients). From Playing House.
  12. Cake Mix Chai Spice Cookies: The trick to cake mix cookies is to have a cup of hot water nearby to dip your cookie scoop or teaspoons into after every few cookies. This dough is pretty sticky, and you’ll find it’s much easier to work with if you rinse off some of that stuck dough and then shake off the water before re-scooping. From The Cooking Photographer.
  13. Double Chocolate Coconut Cake Mix Cookies: Ingredients include a box Devil’s food cake mix, butter, eggs, coconut extract, shredded coconut and mini chocolate chips. From Eat At Home Cooks.
  14. Easy Cake Mix Sugar Cookies: All you need is a box of white cake mix, a couple eggs, oil, granulated sugar, sprinkles and frosting. Recipe from Angie’s Simple Cooking.
  15. Cookies & Cream Cake Mix Cookies: Recipe ingredients include devil’s food cake mix, white chocolate candies with chocolate cookie bits, white baking bar, semisweet chocolate chips and more. From Megan’s Munchies.
  16. Cake Mix Cookies: Uses 1 box of cake mix, regular oats, melted butter, an egg and chocolate chips. Yield: Approximately 30 cookies. Recipe from Big Red Kitchen.
  17. Oatmeal Cookies: Made with yellow cake mix, quick-cook oats, cinnamon, raisins, walnuts (optional) and a few other ingredients. Recipe from Honey Never Spoils.
  18. Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies: Made with a box of spice or yellow cake mix, a can of pumpkin, chocolate chips and pumpkin pie spice. Yum! From My Little Gems.
  19. Cream Cheese Cake Mix Cookies: Made with a yellow cake mix, cream cheese (of course!), butter, rum extract, chopped macadamia nuts, an egg and powdered sugar. From The Kitchen Witch.
  20. Peanut Butter Cake Mix Cookies Recipe: Made with white or yellow cake mix, smooth peanut butter, margarine, chocolate chips (optional) and a few other ingredients. From Cat Can Cook.
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