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post #106 of 120
oil would make them morelike cookies.
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post #107 of 120
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Originally Posted by alexandrabill

Speaking of cake mix cookies.. I make these alllll the time and top them with cream cheese icing. I first use them as cake batter, and there is always a ton left over, so I just plop them on a cookie sheet and start baking icon_smile.gif This cake turns out pretty dense and it's one of my staples.

1 (15 ounce) can canned pumpkin puree
2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
2 teaspoon ground cloves
2easpoon ground nutmeg
1 (18.25 ounce) package yellow cake mix with out pudding in the mix (white will work too!)
1 package pumpkin spice pudding (If you don't have it in your area, I'm sure you can substitute any flavor and just add more spice)
1/3 cup vegetable oil
4 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4 cup milk (I usually eyeball this because it's essentailly only to help with the consistency of the cake)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease and flour a 2 8 inch pans. Whisk together the pumpkin puree, cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg. Set aside.
In a large bowl, mix together the cake mix, pudding and oil. Beat in the eggs, then fold in the pumpkin mixture. Stir in the vanilla. Add optional milk if thinning of batter is needed.
Bake for 30 min, or until a toothpick comes out clean.

---And for the cookies, I usually bake around 10 minutes. I believe my oven is a bit hot though. I also top them with cream cheese icing.

Btw, these are VERY cakey, and delicious!

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Oh these sound so yummy!!

Thanks for the Christmas bump of this thread.. Some how I over looked it ..
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post #108 of 120
Baked up some this morning. Yellow cake mix with toasted coconut, chopped cherries, and chopped toasted almonds (and the extracts too). Nummy!

Hubby's taking them along to the old folks apartment house tonight when he delivers meals. Chocolate/butterscotch chip and NFSC, too.
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post #109 of 120
OK, stupid question....are you mixing these like you would for a cake mix (30 seconds, 2 minutes...) or just stirring the stuff together?
post #110 of 120
I mixed the wet stuff and just stirred in the cake mix till absorbed and it worked great!
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post #111 of 120
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Originally Posted by sadsmile

I mixed the wet stuff and just stirred in the cake mix till absorbed and it worked great!



Thanks!!
post #112 of 120
Bumping up thread for mirda6275.
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post #113 of 120
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Originally Posted by teddybr218

How about a yellow cake mix, almond extract, coconut and crushed pineapple, Drained well? This is so yummy, I just love it. My mom had a recipe for a Hawaiian drop cookie that was from scratch and every time I made it I did not like them, but when she made them they were wonderful and soft. Well this combo taste just like them only easier.


teddybr218, can you tell me how much pineapple you use; a can, or just until it looks right?
The old folks deserve some tropical cookies next week, and this one came to mind.

Pineapple, almond and coconut sounds so cooling.
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post #114 of 120
I use a regular sized can of crushed pineapple, not the tuna sized one, the bigger one. Clear as mud? icon_smile.gif
post #115 of 120
Close enough, thanks for answering.

We'll be baking the cookies tomorrow for delivery on Monday.
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post #116 of 120
ImageTis the season!
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post #117 of 120
Hey if this has a google doc, let me know and I'll add it to the list! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #118 of 120
I'm assuming it doesn't, BWB.
I took a look on my hard drive and found no sign of it. I'm sure I would have a copy if there was one.
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post #119 of 120
I posted a Cherry Chocolate Cookies recipe (on page 6) two years ago...
and just made them as a bar cookie in a jelly roll pan, with 6 pulverized candy canes in the batter instead of cherries and coconut, and candy cane flavor Hershey Kisses dotting the top of each cookie bar. The dough raised up around the kisses, sinking them in a little bit.

The peppermint scent was very strong and you could smell them as soon as they entered the room.
I had been afraid that 6 candy canes wasn't enough, but we tasted the edges without the Kisses, and the peppermint flavor came through beautifully.
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post #120 of 120
My mom makes these great orange/coconut cookies from a yellow cake mix, but they give me the worst heartburn in a matter of seconds. I guess that is a good thing because I could eat an entire batch by myself.
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