5 Simple Cookie Recipes
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Do you remember being a little kid starring up at the cookie jar on the very top shelf in the kitchen? Do you remember longingly staring at that jar and scheming up ways that you could grab just ONE cookie? Luckily, now that you are older, you can grab a cookie any time you want to. If you want to eat a cookie then go ahead and eat a cookie. We have made it easy on you to make and eat a cookie whenever you want to with these 5 Simple Cookie Recipes. Enjoy!
Cake Mix Cookies: Instead of using that box of cake mix that you have laying around the house, make a batch of cookies instead with one of these simple cookie recipes. These Cake Mix Cookies are so good that your friends and family will think that you are a professional baker. They'll be pleasantly surprised when you tell them you baked these cookies yourself.
Cake Mix Snickerdoodles (shown above): Even though these Snickerdoodles do not have any of the popular chocolate candy bar in them, they are still extremely delicious nonetheless. These Cake Mix Snickerdoodles are a fun and exciting new take on the classic Snickerdoodle cookies that is good times for all.
Easy Orange Cookies:You may not have eaten a cookie that has orange in it, but y'all and gonna keep eating orange cookies once you have a bite out of these delicious delectables. These cookies are so good you won't wanna share them with anyone else once you bake up a batch.
Easy Peanut Butter Cookies: In the early 1930's, Pillsbury popularized the notion of scoring peanut butter cookies with a fork because peanut butter cookies are very dense. Now all peanut butter cookies are scored with a fork and all peanut butter cookies taste amazing. These Easy Peanut Butter Cookies are no exception. This is one of the best simple cookies recipes of all time.
Lemon Coconut Clouds:Get transported to your own magical and sunny beach with these Lemon Coconut Clouds. One bite of these heavenly and tropical cookies and you and your taste buds will be whisked away to your own private hammock on a remote and lovely island all to yourself.
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