Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Ooey Gooey Cookies, That Are Made Easy!

Already Tuesday? How did that happen so quick? I remember posting on Saturday....that went by fast! Anyway, it is getting colder over here every day - this morning it was 20 degrees. Uh, yeah, that's cold. Very cold. It was snowing a couple days ago too, but that's all gone now. I can't believe it is almost winter. I can't wait for it to get colder so I can go snowboarding with my brothers, that is the highlight of my winter every year. Don't worry, there will be some pictures of us snowboarding on here in a couple months.
Here are some cookies that are so soft and gooey in the middle - yummy! The sprinkled powdered sugar on top makes them look so pretty.


"Gooey Butter Cookies"


1 8oz. pkg. cream cheese
1/2 c. butter, softened
1 egg
1/4 tsp. vanilla
1 yellow cake mix
1/2 c. powdered sugar
DIRECTIONS:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a medium bowl, cream together the cream cheese and butter. Stir in egg and vanilla. Add cake mix & stir until well blended. Powder sugar your hands well. Roll balls into 1" or 2" and roll balls thoroughly in powdered sugar. Place 1" apart on ungreased cookie sheets. Bake for 10 minutes. Leave on cookie sheet for 3 minutes or more before removing to cool on wire rakcs.
My brother and his "peace" signs....
A friend of mine, Miss Helena, with my puppy Lewis. I so want my puppy baby back!
Next post will be my giveaway!

28 comments:

Katrina said...

Yum. Those seem so simple and looks so good!

Meg said...

These look so yummy! I have made cake mix cookies before, but not with cream cheese. I need to try this with a spice cake mix!

Rebekah said...

YUMMY!!! These look so good! Makes me want to get in my kitchen and start baking some!

Pam said...

I've never had a cookie like this before. They look terrific! Looking forward to trying this recipe.

madebymel said...

I love gooey butter cake, so I am sure I would love these!

Jodi said...

Thanks, Priscilla!

Stay warm! I remember those cold Iowa winters! ;)

Kristy said...

Hi Priscilla,
The cookies sound yummy! :-)
Sweet picture of Helena and your puppy. He is very cute! We have a black lab ~ she's a 10-year old puppy. ;-)

Marisa said...

Those sound and look awesome! I love recipes that are really simple, too!

OhioMom said...

Yummy looking cookies, and rich. We have had our first snow too, temps are dropping. But I won't be snowboarding :) Look forward to your pics.

Jessica said...

cream cheese, butter, and cake mix...oh my! These look dangerously good...especially when they are described as ooey gooey

Stephanie said...

They look so delicious!

You've been tagged!

Helena said...

Hey! It's me on your blog! Boy am I honored! Lewis sure was a cute puppy. :)

Lisa said...

They look so nice and fluffy.

Katherine Aucoin said...

The cookies look great. I have everything I need to bake these so I am going to enlist my 13-year old since she likes to bake and we'll make these this afternoon after school. Thanks for sharing!

Rebekah said...

these look so delicious! I am a big yellow cake fan

thechatterbox92 said...

Those look SO good! Oooey gooey cookies, my favorite kind!....I'm gonna have to remember this recipe.....

Maria said...

ooey gooey and GOOD!

Joan said...

Those cookies look great, cant wait to try them. Your puppy is so cute! I know he is grown now but that pic is the best!

sarah said...

Gooey cookies are my downfall - I think I will have to try these soon.

Theresa said...

I love gooey cookies!!!

Mz. Ruta Baga said...

Pricilla,
I'd like to pass an award to you for "coolest blog". You are one cool teen! Come get it at MzRutaBaga.blogspot.com

Ruta :)

Rosie said...

Oh YUM Priscilla they look wonderful gooey cookies :)

Rosie x

Allie said...

Love ooey and gooey! Send some cold weather my way, it's still in the 70's here!

Sara said...

These look so good, I'll definitely be making them soon.

Jennifer said...

Those look great!! Serious yum!

Tina @ Mommy's Kitchen said...

Pricilla I made these cookies yesterday and they turned out wonderful. Definitley ooey gooey. Thanks for the recipe I love cake mix ones they are my favorite.

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