Cake Mix Christmas Cookies
I’m not much of a domestic goddess, but I do love to bake! I’ve been a baker since I was a little girl. I would love to sit and help my mom bake in the kitchen for hours! It was always so much fun for me and I used to love seeing what kinds of cookies and dessert combinations she was going to create. As I’ve gotten older and have become a mom myself, whenever the holidays roll around I crave for my kids to have the same sweet memories of me in the kitchen baking. My mother in law shared this easy and (if I do say so myself!) delicious recipe with me years ago for the boys when they were little. I haven’t baked these Cake Mix Christmas Cookies in probably 5 years! I had so much fun this weekend whipping them up for the kids! Victoria (literally) ate about 10 of them on Saturday!
Cake Mix Christmas Cookies
I have to say – these Cake Mix Christmas Cookies *might* just be the easiest cookies you will ever make in your life! You only need 4 key ingredients and they are prepped and baked in about 30 minutes total, maybe a little less! I always forget just how easy this Cake Mix Christmas Cookies are until I make them and then I wonder why I don’t make them year round for the kids! See? A new “Audrey” might just be emerging from this fun holiday recipe exchange!
Ingredients for Cake Mix Christmas Cookies:
– Yellow Cake Mix
– Vanilla Extract
– Vegetable Oil
How to Make the Cake Mix Cookies:
Set oven to 350 degrees.
Mix Cake Mix, 2 eggs, teaspoon of vanilla extract and 1/3 cup of oil together.
When mixed, stir in M&M’s. The dough will be sticky, this is very normal! I was worried when I first made these cookies that I did something wrong. If the dough is sticky, it means you’re doing it right!
Then place on an ungreased cookie sheet and bake for 13-15 minutes (or until golden brown). I add a few extra M&Ms on top! You don’t want them to burn on the bottom, so make sure you do keep a good eye on them!
They are so moist when they’re done!! You will take a bite and just fall in love! One thing I love about this recipe is that you can add different things to the batter! You could add sprinkles, peppermint pieces, chocolate chips, whatever you want! Have some fun with this Cooke Mix Christmas Cookies recipe and make them uniquely yours for your family!
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