Monday, September 28, 2009

EASIEST COOKIES EVER! Anyone can make these!

I may like allot of good food, made with nice wholesome all natural ingredients, but sometimes convenience far outweighs other concerns, and here is a cookie recipe, that is so easy just about anyone can make them if they care to take a little time (maybe 20 minutes maximum for prep and baking...) And they are DELICIOUS!!! start you off, you will need 5 things.
Lemon cake cookies.
1 Box Lemon cake mix, I prefer using Pillsbury brand, but you can use any that you like
1 large Egg
1/2 C vegetable oil, unfortunately butter does NOT work very well in this recipe, I have yet to try olive oil however, if anyone does, let me know how it turns out.
1/2 a pound or so of powdered sugar.
1 gallon size Ziploc bag, or a large seal-able container.

Pre-heat oven to 350 F, beat the egg into the oil, then with a fork, mix egg and oil with cake mix till thoroughly mixed, you can use dough now, or refrigerate for an hour for a slightly more uniform cookie, roll dough into 1/2 inch balls, 1 inch if you want a bigger cookie, place on un-greased full sized cookie sheet, 3 per row till you have 12 on the sheet, If baking bigger cookies, put 6 per sheet. Bake for 9-12 minutes depending on how soft or crisp you want your cookies, I tend to go with 10 minutes, then take out of oven, wait 2 minutes and carefully move them to a plate or cooling rack to cool... After cooled, put inside of gallon ziploc and cover with powdered sugar, shake bag carefully to cover cookies in powdered sugar, then eat

There are a number of variations possible with this recipe, you can use ANY flavor cake mix you want, i sometimes like using a white cake mix then covering it in a mixture of cinnamon and sugar, in the lemon recipe you can add the zest of one lemon, along with a tablespoon of lemon juice for a slightly more lemony cookie, carrot cake does NOT work well with this recipe, as the carrots in it are rather annoying after baked, spice cake made into cookies then covered in alight and fluffy cream cheese frosting are delicious as well... but the lemon are still my favorite!!!

Im sure many of you have used this recipe before, im posting it for those who havnt, I hope you enjoy it.=^_^=

1 comment:

  1. Tare

    Soy sauce 350 cc
    Mirin 300 cc
    Sugar 250 Gr
    Sake 100 cc

    Mix Mirin and Sake on high heat and bring to a boil until the alcohol cooks off. (if available add a toasted eel head or bones)
    Remove from heat.
    add sugar and dissolve it,
    Add soy sauce and bring to boil again.
    Reduce to very low heat heat for 15-20 minutes
    Filter and cool immediately.
    If you desire the sauce to be sweeter, add sugar at this time.
    If you like you can combine sugar and sake and add to taste.