chocolate crinkles...

mmm... I love chocolate. and cookies.

The other day I was needing some cookies for The Daughter's lunch (she hates anything store-bought. Which makes me proud in one way- because, heck, I'm a cookie-baking mom! But on the other hand, it's a bit inconvenient when I'm in a hurry and there is nothing sweet to drop into her lunch bag). I had just seen a recipe for some easy-peasy chocolate crinkles that I wanted to try. Long story short, I figured I'd whip these cookies out in no time. What I didn't pay attention to was the part that said 'refrigerate until firm'.

So we didn't have the cookies that day... I did get the dough into the fridge and then promptly forgot about it for another day and a half but it was fine just the same. And please, don't disregard these because they use a cake mix. I almost did because I would always rather bake from scratch, but they were quick and delicious. Try'em and see for yourself!

Devil's Chocolate Crinkles (from Food.com #95254)
1 package Devil's food cake mix

2 eggs

1/4 cup oil

4 teaspoons milk

about a 1/2 cup powdered sugar

Combine cake mix, eggs, oil and milk until thoroughly blended. Chill dough for at least 30 minutes, until firm. Roll 1-inch balls of dough between your hands and coat in powdered sugar. Place about 2" apart on greased (or parchment-covered) cookie sheets. Bake at 375 degrees for about 9-12 minutes or until set. Let cool.

I need a glass of milk.


Unknown said...

Thanks for sharing this recipe..I LOVE chocolate crinkle cookies!

Jackie said...


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