Sunday, December 20, 2009

Chocolate Caramel Pudding Cookies


I have decided that this year I will share 2 of my Dad's (god rest his soul) favorite Christmas Cookies. This is the first time I have made these cookies since I was a little girl in the kitchen with my mom & sisters. It brought back such wonderful memories of my Dad just by looking at the recipe, let alone making and eating these wonderful, simply easy and light cookies.


1 ½ C. - Bisquick Mix
1 - Large Box of Chocolate Caramel Pudding (you can use any flavor)
2 - Eggs
½ C. - Cooking Oil


In a bowl mix all of the ingredients together, shape into a ball about the size of a walnut. Place the cookie ball down onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and slightly flatten with the palm of your hand. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 8-10 minutes, when cool you can place onto a platter and serve or layer with wax paper into a Tupperware container and freeze for at least 2 months.


Makes About 2 dozen cookies

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10 comments:

Cheryl said...

Wow, those sound interesting!

Leslie said...

its nice that these cookies bring so many fond memories back of you dad!

Sonya said...

Oh yum!! you can go ahead and package those up and send em on over:) Happy Holidays!

5 Star Foodie said...

Thank you for sharing these special cookies with us, they look wonderful! Happy holidays!

Katherine Aucoin said...

These sound so simple but so full of flavor.

I'm ashamed, I really haven't done any Christmas baking yet. But now I want to try these!

Merry Christmas Mary Beth!

Barbara said...

Those look really easy....and delicious! Nice to have old family recipes.
Happy Christmas to you!

Melody said...

Cookies with a memory attached are the best. Have a wonderful Christmas!

Lisa said...

What an interesting recipe. I love the stories that recipes can tell. Thanks for sharing!

Grace said...

four ingredients, one awesome results--your dad really had a winner up his sleeve with this recipe!

biz319 said...

Wow, so simple! They could almost be called pantry cookies since everyone probably has those ingredients on hand - love the memories too! :D

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