Recipe by Bridget
"These amazingly yummy cookies have a chocolate/caramel surprise in the middle! So easy to make."
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2 3/4 cups
1 (18.25 ounce) package
yellow cake mix
1 (13 ounce) package
chocolate covered caramel candies (e.g. Rolo TM)
confectioners' sugar for rolling
The cookie was a little dry but really tasty. I suggest using Nestle Treasure because the Rolo carmel was too hard. I also rolled the finished cookie in some confectioners' sugar. The dough works great as a roll out cookie, too!
I made these cookies for a cookie exchange and I thought they were terrible. I followed this recipe to "the tee." I even used the Rolos. First of all, they take longer to make than 15 minutes. Second, if you try to cook them for 15 minutes they will burn for sure. Third, they come out too dry and tasteless once you finally figure out the real cooking time. And fourth, the only suprise you'll find in the middle is a piece of rock hard carmel that you can hardly bite into. I do not recommend this recipe at all.
YUMMY! We are a sweet eating family and they loved these cookies! This recipe is so easy that I made over a hundred cookies for my class and people were fighting over them! These cookies are so buttery. Instead of plain yellow cake mix I used the golden butter cake mix. You will ENJOY!
There may be a mistake in this recipie - if made exactly to instructions, it didn't form a dough - I added 3/4 cup water and they came out great !!
The kids loved them ! Will make these again
this was almost four stars, but no. they were good, but a little too flaky and a little too greasy. they were alright, but i probably wont make them again. my sunday school kids did have fun making them though.
This recipe did not work out at all. It is unclear whether you are supposed to make the cake mix and then put it in with the mixture or if you just add the mix without the other ingredients. It did not work out at all.
I made these cookies for my sister-in-laws holiday party adn she said they were too good to put out for her guests and she hid them in her pantry! I will be making them every year for xmas - they are so easy too.
They were far from terrible, butI thought they were too dry & crumbly - others liked them. I probably won't try them again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Amazingly Yummy Surprise Inside Cookies
Serving Size: 1/60 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 60
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 76
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