Cake Mix Cookies

I know most of my readers eat and love gluten, so I thought I would reassure you all that I am still baking some regular, every day, gluten filled treats.

Most of the baked items I have posted recently have been gluten free, but I do plan on posting regular recipes as I make them.  I have realized that I can handle some levels of cross contamination, so I am still baking and sending treats to my husband’s office. Now, it is probably not as often as it used to be, or as often as his staff would like, but I am sending them. As I make and send them, I will post the recipes.

Last week’s treat was easy, it was an adaption of my cake mix cookies. This recipe is a very easy and basic recipe. It made a perfect cookie for me to send to the office this week, because I did not have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen baking.

I usually use a chocolate cake mix, but this time I used a yellow cake mix and chocolate chips. Although I did not eat any of these, everyone else said they were very good.

I know there are many versions of this recipe. Do you have a version that you make?

For more cake mix recipes see Eat At Home Cooks. 

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures


  1. we love making lemon cake mix cookies– so refreshing!

    these sound right up my alley too :) thanks!

    do you think they might work with the Betty Crocker GF cake mix?
    .-= SnoWhite´s last blog ..Menu Plan – March 1 =-.

  2. I was going to bring up the GF cake mixes too! I haven’t tried them, but I’m interested in your opinion!
    .-= Cara´s last blog ..Tomato Sauce with Onion and Butter =-.

  3. blossomteacher says:

    Cake mix cookies are so easy to mix up! I love to do an orange cake mix with orange flavoring, or a chocolate cake mix with mint flavoring! A mom in my class turned me on to these…they are so versatile!!

  4. I use the same recipe but I like to use melted butter instead of oil…tastes better to me.
    .-= Moxie´s last blog ..Howdy! =-.

  5. Cake mix cookies are a lifesaver when you need to make something in a hurry–yours look great! I’ve tried a few and my favorite are the lemon. I take a lemon cake mix and mix it with 2 eggs, 1/3 cup vegetable oil, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, & the grated zest from 1 lemon, then chill it for an hour. After rolling the dough into balls, I roll them in powdered sugar and bake them at 375 for 7-9 minutes. The powdered sugar kind of gives them that crinkle effect so I call them lemon crinkles. :) Paula Deen’s Chocolate Gooey Butter Cookies ain’t too bad either–probably my second favorite. I bet you could make them with a Betty Crocker chocolate g/f cake mix!
    .-= Veronica M.´s last blog ..Falafel Pita Pockets =-.

  6. Shannon Morris says:

    My mom makes cake cookies with Butter Pecan cake mix and Bits O Brickle toffee chips. They are sooooo good right out of the oven!

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