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Betty Crocker Holiday Cookie Mix
Easy, Taste Great, Cookies
My family was invited to a holiday party a couple of years ago and we were asked to be part of a cookie exchange. It was my very first cookie exchange and I was pretty nervous, as I wanted to make something delicious and was different from your average cookie. I found a recipe to make pumpkin cookies and it was a long involved process with a long list of ingredients. Then, I realized I'd need to make 48 cookies and it became a daunting task. While I was searching on Amazon for some Christmas items, just days before the party, I happened upon a Betty Crocker Pumpkin Spice cookie mix that I didn't even know existed! I decided to buy the mix and it was the perfect solution! The cookies were so easy to make, as one package makes about three dozen I saved money using the mix. I also kept getting asked for the recipe, so I said I would send it to them. I later sent them a link to the Betty Crocker Pumpkin Spice Cookie Mix and people were really excited that they could buy them too. Now, everyone knows about my holiday cookie secret.
Just a Few Simple Ingredients
Betty Crocker Cookie Mix of choice
* oil, butter, margarine or spread (depending on the type of cookies)
Every once and a while the package will say to add water, vanilla, or flour, but not often.
Limited Edition Mixes
Make your cookies festive and unique with these limited edition Betty Crocker cookie mixes for the Holidays!
Mint Chocolate Chip
Your Own Holiday Creations
The great thing about these mixes is that it doesn't take a lot of time and effort to make something scrumptious and special!
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Betty Crocker Holiday Cookie Ideas - Delightful Creations
Peanut Butter Cookie Mix
While these cookies taste amazing, it can add a little something extra to bring them in a pretty box or holiday bag.
Cookie Exchange Containers
Will you be making cookies for the holidays?
Hoping you enjoy some holiday cookies this year and remember to spread the joy.
What is your favorite holiday cookie?