If your reading this, it means that the world survived 21/12/ 2012.
And if you’re like me you’re probably thinking, “I got my eyebrows waxed for nothing.”
Hey I wasn’t going down looking like Chewbacca.
And you’re thinking, “Now I have to go to church on Christmas Eve so I better start helping Shawn stuff himself in dress pants that were too snug 5 years ago.”
It’s quite a spectacle.
You want me to tape it?
And you’re thinking, “So, the flamingo mug I bought for my Mother In Law, is that too tacky?”
Of course it isn’t. She has a mullet.
And you’re more than likely thinking, “Crap, now I actually have to get cracking on the holiday baking.”
Oh the Mayan calendar. Such a trickster.
I love baking.
I love eating what I bake.
Actually, I love eating what I pre-bake although the surgeon general or whoever is in control of our health and well being says that you shouldn’t eat raw dough.
Yummy in my tummy fun killer.
I eat it anyways.
Please consult with someone who knows someone who is knowledgeable in this. I don’t want to get sued if you eat cookie dough and get the diarrhea.
We don’t have a whole lot of time left before my family starts rolling in for the holidays. We host Christmas Eve at our house.
We win at throwing parties.
Anyways, you can’t have a Christmas party without baked goods. I’m strapped for time. I need a quick recipe.
And I found one.
Who would have thought that cake mix makes some of the most scrumptious cookies?
And this recipe allows for you to play around with all the different flavours of cake mixes.
Today, I’m sharing with you Devil’s Food Cake Cookies with white chips.
Are you ready?
Chocolate Cookie Ingredients
- 1 chocolate cake mix (I use Betty Crocker’s SuperMoist * Devil’s Food Cake Mix)
- 2 eggs
- 1/2 cup oil
- 1/2 cup mini white chocolate chips
- Mix eggs and vegetable oil until well combined. Stir in cake mix and add ins; drop by teaspoons onto greased cookie sheet. Cook for 8-10 minutes at 350 F.
Now you can go and tweak the recipe with any cake mix. You can use nuts and sprinkles and food colouring, etc. Let your imagination run with it.
Whatever you choose, make sure that you bake it with love.
Because love makes the best cookies.
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