Soft and tough Funfetti cookies Made with only 3 materials in just 20 minutes! These cookies have a classic cake mix flavor that everyone loves.
We love doing all kinds Cake mix biscuits. It is one of the simplest cookies and has an incredibly soft texture. This version of Funfetti became a winner in my house and tasted very buttery and delicious.
These funfetti cookies are one of my child's favorite cookies! I prefer homemade sugar cookiesbut first they would select them. This is good for me because it is so simple. All you need to obtain started are 3 simple pantry staples. Frankly, it's quite difficult to mix them together, making them great cookies that your kids can make themselves.
The end result is a soft, chewy, buttery biscuit with a classic cake batter taste. My kids love adding dough to rainbow jimmies to add color to pop. It is very simple and great for any celebration!
3 simple contents
All you need for this recipe is a can of Funfetti cake mix, oil and eggs. Seriously, these are the simplest cookies ever!
- Box of funfetti cake mix
- Vegetable or rapeseed oil
You don't have to add sprinkles, but of course my kids always like to add a small more to the dough. You can sprinkle the dough as follows to add more colors. I prefer them flat with no additional sprinklers, but the pop color makes them kind ?
If you make these cookies on holidays, you can definitely use holiday sprinkles instead of rainbow jimmies. It would be fun to do a Christmas or Valentine's Day version.
How to make funfetti cake mix cookies
MIX. Mix the ingredients in a large bowl using an electric mixer. If desired, fold the sprinklers together. Then let the dough cool in the refrigerator for 15 to 20 minutes so that it is easier to process.
DIG. Use a medium-sized spoon or spoon to collect the dough into balls. Sprinkle extra if you want. Then place on the parchment-lined baking sheet.
Cook. Bake in the oven for 8 to 10 minutes at 350 ° F. You want cookies to be set, but not brown. Let it cool in the pan for a few minutes, then switch to a cooling shelf to cool it down completely.
These cookies can easily be frozen if you have extras. Let them cool completely and then freeze them in a baking sheet for about 30 minutes. If they are difficult to touch, put them in a freezer or pouch and store them in the freezer for up to 3 months.
Take it out of the freezer to thaw it and abandon it at room temperature for 2 hours before serving.