Cake Batter Funfetti Cookies | Sally’s Bridal Shower

 

Sally's Shower

Cake Batter Funfetti Cookies: Soft, perfectly fluffy cookies made with a cake mix and sprinkles!

Cake Batter Funfetti Cookies | www.diethood.com | Soft, perfectly fluffy cookies made with a cake mix and sprinkles! | #cookies #food #recipes



I’m SO glad you got our invitation
and made it to the Bridal Shower today!
I hope you will enjoy what we put together
to celebrate Sally’s special DAY!

 

You guys! Yesterday was my 7th wedding anniversary!! SEVEN years! WHOA! The day before that it was my daughter’s 5th Birthday! Can’t believe she’s FIVE years old!!!

Sorry for all the exclamation points, but I’m seriously shocked at the fact that this many years have passed. But, as my Mom says, it’s better to see/feel the years pass than not to see them at all. Amen to that!

You know who else is about to start celebrating wedding anniversaries? And maybe even little munchkins’ birthdays, soon thereafter?? One of my dear bloggy-friends!

Sally from Sally’s Baking Addiction, is about to bite the dust – a.k.a. get hitched – and we’re throwing her a Virtual Bridal Shower!

Anna from Crunchy Creamy Sweet and Jaclyn from Cooking Classy sent out an email asking if some of Sally’s bloggy friends would like to get together and throw her a virtual bridal shower with lots of sprinkles.  Of course I did!! I adore Sally! She’s super fun, SO pretty, adorable, creative, successful, and makes the best cookies on the planet!  

Cake Batter Funfetti Cookies | www.diethood.com | Soft, perfectly fluffy cookies made with a cake mix and sprinkles! | #cookies #food #recipes

I started following Sally’s Blog right around the time when she posted her recipe for Confetti Cake Batter Cookies. I saw this beautiful stack of soft, fluffy cookies on my screen and I had to click over. That one click resulted in a stalker-phase. I think I spent over a week just going through her blog and taking baking-notes.

But, soon after seeing those cookies, I went to my kitchen and baked a few dozen.

In all honesty, they were the best funfetti cookies to have come out of my oven. I *think* I stopped at 12. Then I went back for a couple more. They were amazing!

Thus, to celebrate Sally’s big day, I thought it would be great to “bring” my recipe for Funfetti Cookies that I basically stole from her. :-D
Hey, they are amazing! You’d steal the recipe, too! In fact, I can’t even begin to describe the deliciousness that is before you. Can’t even deal!

Unless it’s Oreos, my kids could care less about cookies, however, they practically demolish these just as soon as I pull them out of the oven.  They are fluffy, soft, chewy, sweet and SO darn good!

If you are looking to bake the best cookies ever, ever, these are IT! You are only 3 ingredients away from shoveling them into your trap!

Please take a chance (it will be delicious, I swear!) and scroll down to see what everyone else brought for Sally!

Cake Batter Funfetti Cookies | www.diethood.com | Soft, perfectly fluffy cookies made with a cake mix and sprinkles! | #cookies #food #recipes

Also? Sally, I hope you know how happy we are for you, and I wish you all the best!! I hope you have a fantastic wedding day! CONGRATULATIONS! XO, sweets! 

ENJOY!

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Cake Batter Funfetti Cookies | Sally’s Bridal Shower
 
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Soft, perfectly fluffy cookies made with a cake mix and sprinkles.
Serves: Makes 24 Cookies
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper; set aside.
  3. In a large mixing bowl whisk together cake mix and baking powder; set aside.
  4. In a separate bowl, whisk together eggs, oil and vanilla; whisk until combined and mixture is a pale yellow.
  5. Add egg mixture to cake-mix mixture; stir until thoroughly incorporated.
  6. Drop 1-inch rounded balls of dough, two-inches apart, onto previously prepared baking sheets.
  7. Add a few sprinkles on top of each dough-ball and press lightly so they do not roll off. DO NOT flatten cookie-dough balls.
  8. Bake for 9 minutes.
  9. Remove from oven and let stand 2 minutes.
  10. Transfer cookies to a wire rack and cool completely.
  11. Serve
Notes
RECIPE SOURCE: DIETHOOD


Heavily adapted from Sally's Baking Addiction

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Check out all the delicious recipes that everyone brought to this wonderful occasion!

Chocolate Swiss Roll Cake from Lauren’s Latest

Funfetti Cookie Dough Balls from Averie Cooks

Cake Batter Funfetti Cookies from Diethood

Cake Batter Popcorn from I Heart Naptime

Confetti Cookie Milkshake from Bake Your Day

Cake Batter Ice Cream Balls from Oh, Sweet Basil

Frosted Sugar Cookies from Roxana’s Home Baking

Peanut Butter Filled Doughnuts from Crazy For Crust

Funfetti Sugar Cookie Cups from Crunchy Creamy Sweet

Shirley Temple from Damn Delicious

Funfetti Pudding Mix Cookies from Cooking Classy

Cherry Chocolate Chip Cupcakes from The Messy Baker

Chocolate Frosted Sugar Cookie Bars from Handle the Heat

Vanilla Banana Muffins from Love From the Oven

Homemade Funfetti Yellow Birthday Cake from Ambitious Kitchen

Frosting Filled Deep Dish Cake Batter Cookies from The Domestic Rebel

Comments

  1. says

    Happy Belated Anniversary!! xo
    My blog (aka, my little one) just turned five too. :D

    Love these happy, colourful cookies! They’re like tiny funfetti cakes. :D

  2. says

    Hi Kate! I just stumbled upon your cake batter funfetti cookies you baked for Sally’s virtual bridal shower and I simply love them. I’m a huge fan of Sally since I started blogging and I’m now happy to mee you through her bridal shower. What a brilliant idea! And it makes me feel so happy to learn about your friendship! This post is full of generosity and it’s a pleasure to read! Happy 7th anniversary and Happy birthday to your little girl! Cheers from the French girl behind Del’s cooking twist :)

  3. says

    I went through the same “stalker phase” when I first found her blog. These cookies totally have Sally’s name written all over them, and I want to make a batch to fell a part of this moment.

    Congratulations on your 7th anniversary and your daughter’s 5th birthday!! Time does seem to always pass so quickly!

  4. says

    Kate, I think I love you! Happy 7th Anniversary and happy 5th birthday to your sweet little girl! I am laughing so hard reading your post. “Stalker phase” hahaha. You are hilarious and make me laugh every single day. I love reading your blog and I know that even if we didn’t “meet” in the blogging world, we would be friends in real life. I can’t believe that I inspire you! Because it’s the direct opposite for me. I’ve always looked up to you and remember when you first commented on my blog “Katerina knows of my blog?!!” You are the absolute best and I love these cookies! I haven’t made them in awhile and now they’re all I want for breakfast. Plus one of everything else all of my blogging friends made for this amazing bridal shower. Thank you so much Kate, seriously. I am so touched and SO lucky to have friends like you.

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