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Sunday, January 30, 2011

Funfetti Cookies

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Funfetti Cookies
I bought Pillsbury Funfetti Sugar Cookie Mix with Candy Bits about a month ago but waited to make them at the right moment since I baked a ton of cookies for Christmas and was burnt out on cookies. Today, I was in the mood for something sweet but didn't feel like making the dough or frosting from scratch so was glad I had this in the pantry. It was barely any work for delicious results. I used Pillsbury Confetti Funfetti Frosting and the cookies are pretty and yummy.

Funfetti Cookies cooling
This is great project to make with kids if you have them. Hubby and me are big kids so it's just the same. All the work was pretty much done for me so the only thing I had to do was mix the ingredients as directed and I added 1 teaspoon of clear vanilla extract for extra flavor. One box is supposed to yield 3 dozen cookies but mine were uneven shapes and I got 21 cookies. I separated the frosting into three bowls and used yellow, red, and blue color dye. 

Frosting is setting on the Funfetti Cookies
The cookies baked at 375 degrees for about 8-10 minutes until the edges were golden brown. When the cookies come out the oven let them cool for about 10 minutes and then transfer them to a cooling sheet. Do not add the frosting and confetti until the cookies are completely cooled.

Enjoy!

-Sophia/Two Frys

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