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Cake Mix Cookies

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This creates moist cookies using your favorite Duncan Hines cake mix (I like the butter recipe). I have tried chocolate, lemon, and banana: excellent!

  • Hands-On Time: 10 Minutes
  • Total Time: 18 Minutes
  • Servings: 2 dozens
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Ingredients

  • 1 box favorite Duncan Hines cake mix
  • Optional chocolate chips, about 1/2 cups or chips of choice
  • 1 jumbo egg
  • 1 stick softened butter or margarine

Baking Instructions

  1. Empty Duncan Hines Cake Mix in a large bowl.
  2. Put in jumbo egg.
  3. Stick slightly softened butter or margarine.
  4. Mix until dough ball forms.
  5. Place dough by spoonful on greased cookie sheet.
  6. Bake at 350 degrees F for 7 to 10 minutes, 7 for chewy, 10 for crisp and brown.
  7. May add chocolate chips, about 1 cup or 1 large bag, raisins, nuts, etc.

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Juice or Milk for Water

Juice or Milk for Water

You can substitute juice or milk instead of water in cakes. However, follow these precautionary measures: For juice, you may only use fresh. Canned juices contain methyl silicone that can prevent cakes from rising to their full potential. Fresh juice should be used in ratio with water to avoid a dry, coarse texture. For milk, use the exact amount specified by the recipe.





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