Welcome to the February Pinterest Challenge Blog Hop! The purpose of this hop is to motivate us to not just hoard pins, but to make it happen! So this month, I chose to make Confetti Cake Batter Cookies from Sally’s Baking Addiction . For the January Pinterest Challenge I did a Snowball Sensory Bin .
My house is full of cookie fans and I’m always looking for a new recipe my family will love. Pinterest is full of confetti cake batter recipes and I wanted to give one a try. I knew these cookies would be perfect to take to a playdate my munchkins had.
I followed Sally’s Recipe and all of her instructions.
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The cookies came out bite-sized, moist, and scrumptious. Everyone loved them and gobbled them up. I’m glad I learned from my last new cookie experiment, to buy extra and I ended up making 2 batches.
Things I learned from making Confetti Cake Batter Cookies:
- easy recipe to make with kids
- recipe is easy to follow with easy clean up
- dough does get stiff and very hard to mix (I did it by hand like the recipe said)
- dough was easy to drop onto the cookie sheet
- cookies do spread as they bake, so leave room for that on the cookie sheet
- cookies are so delicious make sure you buy 2 cake mixes
- I used the entire container of sprinkles and it was a 1/2 cup, but it was plenty of sprinkles
Here is the cookie from the second batch with all the sprinkles. The recipe calls for 1 cup of sprinkles and I can’t even imagine that.
Pinning on Pinterest is fun (it’s one of my favorite things to do), but it’s really fun to make your pins come to life.
To join next month’s challenge, click here to sign-up ⇒ March Pinterest Challenge
Now let’s see what other things Pinterest inspired! Head over and visit the other hosts to see what they crafted, cooked, built, or tried!
Emily – Domestic Deadline
Jenny – Cookies Coffee and Crafts
Lynne- My Family Thyme
Megan – C’mon Get Crafty •
Teri – The Freshman Cook •