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Bisquick Pudding Cookies-Scrumptiously Delicious And Oh So Easy!

imageBisquick Pudding Cookies – four ingredients make these quick, simple-to-make, yet scrumptious treats. These have been a holiday, or any-day-of -the year favorite of my family for years.  Yesterday I shared an easy recipe for cookies; these are even a bit easier and quicker.  To prove it to myself before I went bragging about that, I made these before I left for work this morning ( and I leave the house at 7:15 a.m.). They took 1/2 hour – start to finish.  Really!  Honest!!  I would not lie to you about cookies (or anything else)!!!

I do love the challenge of “made-from-scratch” more complicated baking.  However, when time is of the essence, quick and easy is necessary.  This is exactly what these are: quick, easy, and I should add delicious and scrumptious.  Another melt-in-your-mouth cookie.

imageRecipe

1 cup Bisquick baking mix

1 regular size package of instant pudding mix – any flavor (NOT SUGAR FREE)

1 egg

1/2 cup vegetable oil

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Combine all ingredients in a medium size mixing bowl and mix with a spoon.  Add food coloring if desired.  Shape into small (about 1 inch) balls and place on a cookie sheet.  (I got two dozen cookies)  Gently flatten slightly with a fork.  Bake at 350 degrees for 10 to 13 minutes until just slightly brown around the edges.  Don’t over bake – and remember they will continue to bake a little while on the cookie sheet.  Allow to cool on cookie sheet for a few minutes and remove with a spatula.  (Better try one while they are hot – just to see how they taste.)image

I wanted to tint this batch pink so they would go well on my tray of Valentine Day treats, so I used French Vanilla Pudding Mix.  To half of the dough I added some white chocolate chips (first time I’ve added them to this recipe.)  With or without the chips, they are irresistible.  AND, yes, these also freeze well.

And, I need to mention, you are left with very few utensils to wash – mixing bowl, spoon, 1/2 cup measuring cup, 1 cup measuring cup, fork, cookie sheets, and a spatula.  While my cookies were in the oven, I hand-washed the few utensils I used.

I now have another treat for my Valentine’s Day tray done.  Of course, before putting them in the freezer, I decided to give them the “taste-test.”  I forced myself to stop at three.  Milk and cookies just seem to go together; these went well with my morning coffee also.

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