I don’t normally like cookies not from scratch. It is rare that cookie dough in the tube or tub gets baked (consumed from the tub… is a different story), however, I had these cookies a while back at the annual turducken feast. They were very yummy, and very easy to make. Which was good because I made a lot of things, in a short amount of time.
1 box Pillsbury funfetti cake mix
1/3 cup oil
Combine mix, oil and eggs in bowl.
Mix well (it takes a long time, to get all the powder incorporated, but make sure you do)
I used a medium scoop and scooped them onto the cookie sheet. Flatten with hand (directions on recipe said use a bowl and wax paper, I was lazy, my hand did fine, just not perfect circle cookies.)
Bake 375 for 6-8 mins (it took mine 7ish)
let cool on rack.
Take tub of funfetti icing, dump sprinkles that come with in icing and stir- ice the cookies. I added more sprinkles, because who doesn’t love sprinkles?
They were very soft and moist, and very sweet. I liked them, and I think the fam did too. Next time I will double the recipe, I only got 23 out of it, the recipe said 3 dozen, they must have made small cookies, mine weren’t even that huge. Who knows.
You should definitely make this.
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