Devil’s Food Cake Cookies for #ChristmasWeek

Welcome to Day #4 of Christmas Week, a multi-blogger event co-hosted by Kim of Cravings of a Lunatic and Jen from Juanita’s Cocina! Each day we will be celebrating the holidays with a different set of Christmas-themed treats, as well as a fabulous Christmas giveaway. We hope you enjoy this fabulous event. Tune in each day starting today, Monday, December 9th and ending Saturday, December 14th.

Devil's Food Cake Cookies

Devil’s Food Cake Cookies

I don’t have a fond memory to share with these cookies, but I can offer you a glass of cold milk. You’ll just have to decide what kind of milk you would like to go with these light and fluffy Devil’s Food Cake Cookies.

Fluffy like cake but in the shape of a cookie, these are rich and chocolately but most importantly they are extremely simple to make. Yes, this recipe uses a box of cake mix. I had to specifically go out and buy a box of devil’s food cake mix. It’s been ages since I bought a box of cake mix! I saw a few really neat looking ones that I wanted to play with but I was on a mission. Time to make devil’s food!

Tay has been asking for devil’s food cookies since school started back up. Actually she’s been asking to help make them but she’s been a bit behind on her to do list this week. (sigh) I’m surprised my voice hasn’t gone out with how many times I’ve asked her to do what’s on her daily list. Have you taken your dirty clothes out of the bathroom? I’m adding 10 minutes to your computer math time because I saw you bypass that last question…    >: (

So I made these cookies by myself. By choice. And I swear if I have to keep watching to make sure that she is even a little bit on track I am going to bury my head in this cookie dough and leave it there for a good long while.

Some days my patience wears thinner than a single layer of puff pastry. Other days you couldn’t penetrate it with a jackhammer. :)

Sitting down with a hot cup of tea and a cookie is a great way to reflect and relax. Would you like to join me? Let’s visit some of my fellow Christmas Week bloggers and see what they’ve made for us! (Don’t forget to enter the giveaway.)

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    Devil’s Food Cake Cookies
     
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    These cookies are soft and fluffy like cake, but in the shape of a cookie! Rich and moist, devil’s food cake cookies are the perfect holiday treat that you can enjoy all year round!
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    Recipe type: cookies, dessert
    Serves: 12

    Ingredients
    • 1 box of devil’s food cake mix
    • ⅓ cup of melted coconut oil
    • 2 eggs at room temp
    • 1 packet or 1½ tsp. of instant coffee

    Instructions
    1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line cookie sheets with parchment paper.
    2. In a large mixing bowl dump the entire box of cake mix.
    3. Add coconut oil, instant coffee and mix.
    4. Next add eggs one at a time and mix after each egg until just incorporated.
    5. Scoop by spoonfuls, rolling each spoonful into a ball. Place onto cookie sheet and slightly flatten with your hand.
    6. Bake for 9 minutes, cookies will not be shiny and will be soft to the touch.
    7. Allow to cool on the baking sheet for 10 minutes before transferring to a cooling rack.

  1. Taking On MagazinesTaking On Magazines12-12-2013

    You sound so much like me and my patience levels. You think a few of those cookies would recharge the levels? I’ve got my mug of coffee since I don’t do tea. :)

    • Dionne BaldwinDionne Baldwin12-13-2013

      No but they taste really good! Haha! MMM coffee is so good. I think I just like to always have something to sip on.

  2. I love this recipe and the fact that most of the stuff I have in my pantry.

  3. TaraTara12-12-2013

    A glass of cold milk is a must for me with anything chocolate, they just go hand in hand. Love your cookies!!

    • Dionne BaldwinDionne Baldwin12-13-2013

      Oh that sounds SO good! Thank you so much Tara. I hope you are having a really good week. :)

  4. Liz BergLiz Berg12-12-2013

    I’d love to join you for a cookie (or TWO!) and a cup of tea! We could de-stress together :) xo

    • Dionne BaldwinDionne Baldwin12-13-2013

      That would be such a fun visit! I have quite a few cookies to choose from. Trade you for a Mounds Brownie Cupcake?? :D

  5. I love cake mix cookies! SO yummy!

    Happy day #4!

    • Dionne BaldwinDionne Baldwin12-13-2013

      You got that right Jen! Happy Friday and Happy Day 4 to you as well. :)

  6. So I should expect these in the mail when?

    These look so good Dionne. You are just baking up a storm for Christmas Week. I love every single thing.

    Thanks so much for joining us.

    • Dionne BaldwinDionne Baldwin12-15-2013

      As soon as you send me your mailing address! I will put them in a cute little tin.

  7. BitsyBetBitsyBet12-19-2013

    I’d make a chicken casserole. This baking dish sounds terrific.

  8. Erin YErin Y12-19-2013

    My husband has been asking for lasagna for a while so I’m going with that! Lasagna!

  9. Michelle BMichelle B12-19-2013

    I would have to make a lasagne. Or moussaka. Can’t decide yet!

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