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  • No way, I wanted a cookie that would be chewy and delicious for the dinner we were having
  • I love that these cookies are so soft and chewy no matter how long after taking them from the oven
  • I don’t think that I will ever make cookies the same way again now that I know the secret to great cookies is by using cake mix rather than cookie mix

    • by Susanna Frank
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      While preparing for a pot luck dinner my classmates and I were having before class one night, I was wondering what it was I was going to bring. I had signed up to bring cookies, however I wanted to bring not just any old cookie. No way, I wanted a cookie that would be chewy and delicious for the dinner we were having. I set to work on finding a recipe in the cookbooks I had around the house, and came across one in particular that caught my eye. The name of the cookie was called Black and White Sandwich Cookies (from Kids Cake Mix

      Fun).

      The ingredients of this recipe is simple:

      1 package (18 ¼ ounces) chocolate cake mix with pudding in the mix 1 ½ cups (3 sticks) unsalted butter, at room temperature, divided 2 egg yolks, divided ½ to ¾ cup milk, divided 1 package (18 ¼ ounces) butter recipe yellow cake mix with pudding in the mix 4 cups powdered sugar ¼ teaspoon salt

      You preheat the oven to 325 degrees. You separate the chocolate cake mix and pour half into a bowl and add ½ cup of butter and then beat the ingredients with an electric mixture. Add in one egg yolk and the remaining cake ...


      • mix and then beat until dough forms. Then beat in 1 to 2 tablespoons of milk if the dough is too crumbly.

        You do this same exact thing for the yellow cake mix and then shape the yellow and black cookie dough into balls using one tablespoon for each cookie. You then cut the remaining ½ cup of butter into small pieces and then beat the butter with the powdered sugar. Add salt and 6 tablespoons of milk to make the frosting and then an additional 2 tablespoons of milk if necessary.

        What I have done while making this recipe is getting actual frosting from

        the store and spreading that in between the black and yellow cookies to form a sandwich. I love that these cookies are so soft and chewy no matter how long after taking them from the oven. The sweetness of the frosting on the inside and the deliciousness of the cake mix on the outside for the cookie dough makes for a wonderful dessert. I don’t think that I will ever make cookies the same way again now that I know the secret to great cookies is by using cake mix rather than cookie mix.

        I hope that others can enjoy this recipe as well, it was a definite hit at the pot luck dinner!




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