These may be the easiest cookies I have ever made and they are absolutely delicious. I’ve decided I have been going about cookie making all wrong. Cake mix and pudding have revolutionized the way I make cookies now. I may never turn back! Using a cake mix as cookie batter is genius! It eliminates several steps, and the pudding mix makes the cookies just the right chewiness. I will be honest…I don’t have much patience when it comes to complex, time consuming recipes. The rush of modern society has probably done that to me. Needless to say, when I find a recipe like this that is both easy and delicious, it quickly becomes a favorite around my house.
I seriously felt like I was eating a little piece of heaven eating these cookies. In fact, I had just started a diet and had promised myself I would only have one cookie… yeah right! One bite of the first cookie and I knew that wasn’t going to happen. How can you only have one of something so perfect? My husband devoured about 10 of them in the first day. When I confronted him about where all the cookies had disappeared to, he just got a guilty look on his face and said, “I couldn’t help myself. They were so good!”
At least he somewhat saved me from total diet failure. I really should have been thanking him, but instead I held a grudge toward him the rest of the night and could not get my mind off those darn cookies. I tried eating anything else that somewhat resembled the cookies, but nothing could satisfy my longing for another bite of this deliciousness.
- 1 stick softened butter
- 1 pack devils chocolate cake mix
- 1 small box of instant chocolate pudding
- 2 eggs
- ⅓ bag Reeses peanut butter chips
- ⅓ bag white chocolate chips
- Preheat the oven to 350 F.
- Mix dry ingredients in a mixing bowl, and then mix in softened butter and eggs.
- Stir in peanut butter and white chocolate chips.
- Roll dough into small balls about 1" in diameter.
- Place on ungreased. non stick baking sheet.
- Cook for 6-7 minutes.
- Allow cookies to cool on a cooling rack.