Sunday, October 19, 2008

Fall Cookies & Questions!

Yummy. I heart these cookies. The secret to these is not overbaking them. They taste so good soft with frosting inbetween.
I have a question for my readers......I have been getting traffic off of stumbleupon but I can't find the link to my blog - could someone give me that link? Or, how do you find your baked goods on stumbleupon?
And one more question...I am wondering who all my readers are & have any of you guys tried my recipes?

"Chocolate Sandwich Cookies"

2 devils food cake mix
4 eggs
2/3 cup oil
DIRECTIONS:
In a bowl, lightly beat eggs and oil together. Combine into cake mixes in large bowl. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto cookie sheet. Flatten softly with a fork. Bake at 350 degrees for 8 minutes. Leave on pan for 3-4 minutes before removing to wire rack. Cook completely before frosting with cream cheese frosting between two cookies.
"Homemade Buttercream Frosting"
1/2 cup butter, softened
3 cups confectioners sugar
2 tbsp. milk
DIRECTIONS:
Beat butter. Add confectioners sugar and milk.
***You may need more powdered sugar or more milk to reach the consistency or taste you like**

32 comments:

Laura P. said...

Hi! : )
I'm in SE MN...I'm sure I've tried recipes from your blog because your blog is fabulous! : ) I *think* your link is http://www.sitemeter.com/?a=stats&s=s32ppp32 but I could be wrong...no idea how you find baked goods on it...didn't know that was possible! : )

Jessica said...

I think these will be great for a Halloween party next weekend! I have tried lots of your recipes...they are so good!

Emily said...

I love the Hallowen colors here! They look super Yum-E! (Sandwich cookies rock the house!)

Jenny said...

Priscilla,
I remember the first time I got a plate of these cookies from my neighbor, I was hooked ever since. They are my favorite cake mix cookie hands down! Yours look so cute with the orange frosting!

LA and BD said...

Hi! I'm in NC, and I've tried several of your recipies. The marshmallow bars have been my favorites so far. I was planning to try the banana chocolate muffins this weekend, but I may forego those for the sandwich cookies! YUM! Keep up the good work! ~LA

Rachelle said...

Well, Iam one reader from So Ca ;)
I have a few maps on my blog that tells me where my readers are from, but not who they are, that why I also asked, and made a reader blog roll of them :)

I'm confused about SU also, I think you have to download it for it to work right.
:)

Brooke said...

this is a great recipe. maybe i'll make it for a halloween party next week.

Amy G said...

Hi, Priscilla,

I am a friend of Sara B, your piano teacher. She told me about your blog a few months ago, and I have tried a couple of your recipes. They are fabulous! These cookies look good, and simple (which is a plus!). I will have to try them. Thanks!

Stephanie said...

I don't know anything about stumble upon, that's one technology jump I haven't made yet! But I read and drool over every recipe you post!

Barbara Bakes said...

These are perfect for Halloween! I don't know anything about stumle upon.

Katrina said...

I live in Kansas. Love your blog. You have quite the talent.
I've made some of your recipes. One that comes to mind is the brownies with the cookie dough on top. Loved them!
Cake mix cookies are great!
Love the Halloween filling!

Mary Ann said...

What a great Halloween cookie! They look so cute and I am sure they taste great!

Bethie said...

I am new to your blog, linked it from another one. I live in Yorktown, VA and can't wait to give some of your recipes a shot. You are wonderfully talented. Thanks for a great blog.

Pam said...

What a wonderful Halloween cookie. I may just make these with my kids this week.

Rosie said...

Hi Priscilla, I can see why you heart these cookies they look fantastic and great for Halloween snacks :)

Rosie x

Maria said...

Great Halloween cookies! They look easy too!

Lisa said...

These are so festive!

Aggie said...

These look great Priscilla! I'm a newer reader and just love your blog!!

I recently discovered the same thing about Stumble Upon, can't find what people are looking at either...hope you get your answer so I can get mine! :)

BTW...these cookies look fantastic!

Theresa said...

What a great cookie for Halloween!! Looks scrumcious. :)

Theresa said...

What a great cookie for Halloween!! Looks scrumcious. :)

Oiyi said...

They look perfect for Halloween! Yum!

Bridgett said...

These look perfect, Priscilla, and I think my kids would love these for Halloween. Yes, I have tried your corn dip over the weekend and I enjoyed that. It gets to be addictive, doesn't it? I didn't get a chance to photograph it so I need to make another batch so I can post about it and link to you. I need to give these cookies a try as well.

Bridgett said...

Thanks for posting on my blog...it gave me an opportunity to check out your sisters site. Her creations are gorgeous. It looks like you have a very creative family!

Jessy and her dog Winnie said...

Omg those look awesome!!

Penny said...

I am overseas in The Netherlands and I love reading your blog. It makes me drewl first thing in the morning. I sometimes have a hard time making your recipes because we don't have a lot of the same baking stuff here. But promise I will soon and let you know how it goes :)
Penny

epb said...

well, i found you through StumbleUpon so i can attempt to help with your question. essentially, you use it as a sort of middle man to find websites on topics that suit your interests. You can select something like 150 subjects of interest and it randomly shows you pages when you "Stumble". users can add any page to the database by loading the SU toolbar, and clicking "I like it" while visiting the site. So, once a site is added under a certain category (ie, Cooking, Blogs, etc) any user who has checked the same interest may stumble over it.
Its actually a fantastic tool, and unbelievably quick and easy. You can even narrow your "stumbles" to only blogs, or videos, or sites recommended by your friends.
Hope that helps a little! The cookies look great! : )

Cristine said...

I am reading your blog from Germany. My husband is in the ARMY and we are stationed over here. I love reading your blog and can't wait to try the churros!!!

Rebekah said...

not sure how to figure out the stumbleupon but I love your recipes...they are so tasty :)

aubrie said...

I am reading your blog from Utah. I just found your blog yesterday and made these cookies last night--they were delicious! Keep up with the posting, I'm excited to try more recipes from you!

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