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Cake Batter Cookies

By: Katerina from diethood.com
Updated June 14, 2018
Cake Batter Cookies
Cake Batter Cookies
This image courtesy of diethood.com

There is an easy way to get soft, fluffy cookies every time you bake. Just use cake mix in the cookie dough. These delicious Cake Mix Cookies have a cake batter taste because they use cake mix instead of flour. These cookies require minimal effort, baking skills, ingredients, and time to make. That makes them perfect as a quick weeknight dessert, or as a last minute potluck treat, since the recipe serves so many. These Cake Batter Cookies are guaranteed to please a crowd.

Do you always use a cooling rack when you bake? If you do, you can save yourself some time and by lining the cookie sheet with parchment paper or a baking mat instead. Lining the cookie sheet with parchment paper works wonders. It keeps the cookies from sticking to the cookie sheet, keeps the bottoms from browning too much or burning, and prevents over-baking after you take your cookies out of the oven. Just make sure you use parchment paper, which is oven safe, and not wax paper!



Baking mats are more expensive, but if you want to cut down on waste, they are a good option. With the aid of parchment paper or a baking mat, you won't have to watch your cookies like a hawk, waiting for the moment when they are just cool enough to remove from the sheet without falling apart, before the bottoms become burnt.  If you use parchment paper or a baking mat, then you can simply remove your cookies from the oven and let them cool on the cookie sheet. 

Serves24 cookies

Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time9 min

Cooking MethodOven

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I think that my niece would love these. They're so colorful, and that cake batter flavor is the best.

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