these cookies will be the best cookies you will ever taste in your lifetime!

Step 1: Heat oven to 350 degrees!

Heat the oven to 350 degrees
<p>my friends call these crack cookies they love them soo much that they ask me to make them for every party</p>
1. Baking is not one of my strong points.<br>2. Every attempt at baking cookies from scratch, they are disappointing. 3. WHY HAVENT I SEEN THIS BASIC RECIPE EARLIER?!<br>4. I must try... If I so happen to fail at this attempt I will never try baking sweets again. Lol<br><br>I will show results after... Thanks for the recipe :)
jajaja I love CATS..... and obviously cookies too. Thanks for this super easy instructable (gato cabronzete!!!)
How many oz. do you mean by 1 box of powdered sugar? The box I'm using says 16.<br />
it really doesnt matter the oz. all you need to worry about is the coating on the outside of the dough. thats all its used for.<br /> <br /> thx<br />
You're right, I just realized this when I read the instructions.<br /> Thanks for replying, though.<br />
Good instructable! Thank you. ( Ha ha, kitties LOVE boxes. Cute.)
I just made these with strawberry cake and red velvet cake. They're really great and so fast. The cooling takes longer than prep or cooking. The only thing I did differently was instead of dusting my hands with powdered sugar, i rolled the cake into balls (and surprisingly they didn't stick to my hands.. i was prepared for a mess!) and dropped them into a bowl of powdered sugar then rolled them around until thoroughly coated. I used an air bake pan coated with crisco vegetable oil spray. The bottoms were perfect. Just the slightest hint of golden around the edges. Cooled them for 5 before transferring to cooling rack & left them on that for 15-20 min. Pretty great cakies. This recipe will stay in my box til im 100. Guarantee'd. With the red velvet cake, after they were completely cooled, i used an icing bag to top them with home made cream cheese frosting. Amaaaazing. Strawberry cake is indeed fantastic but if you're a red velvet cake fiend (like I am) you really have to try them that way. Thanks OP!! <3
im glad you all like 'em!
Hey I know you, I was doing a roadtrip to NY the last summer. My name is Alejandro and I'm from Mexico (Alex). I met your family and a firend of your family at the train when I was heading to Kansas City. You told you just to be a travel agent, and your family have traveled around in many places. Cheers for your family! take care :-) Do you mind If I paste the photos I took at the train??
really good werent to shure on mesure ments but turned amasing!!!!!
These cookies are so good. I made them for Easter and I could not stop eating them when they came out of the oven. Thanks a lot for the great cookies.
did you make them from my instructable? jw. they are delicious. when i make them, i cant get away from the cookie sheet...:-)
I accdentaly added 4 eggs instead of two. I tried taking half of them out which seemed to work because they tasted amazing :P
Those look awesome! The perfect use for all those weird-flavored cake mixes. ;)
Also, cute cat.
well thank you, she is very bipolar...lol she is my g-ma's cat. the one in the pic. that cat is CCRRAAZZYY!!!
These are so great! I love warm cookies, but it's so time consuming. What a quick easy scrumptious idea! I just pulled my first batch out of the oven! And I agree...Strawberry cake is the best!
Ever heard of making them from scratch?
But then they wouldn't be cake cookies.
That photo is kinda disturbing.
which photo?
My god these look delicious. I must try this as soon as possible.
I think <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.instructables.com/id/Kitten_Stew/">that instructable</a>was supposed to be a joke...<br/>
ITS A WHA?!?!?!
Do want. Om nom nom nom nom.
I'm hungry now!
Hahaha! I am (was) in the process of making this EXACT Instructable. Guess I don't need to now! so tasty.
that sounds really yummy!
oh yes! they are! i am actually eating them right now! Mmmm...Delicious!

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