Friday, November 25, 2011

Lemon Iced Cookies

 
Scratch baking is a fairly new concept to me. My entire baking repertoire prior to starting my blog has been with the help of a cake mix.  So, I was ecstatic when the Foodbuzz Tastemaker Program sent me a very generous amount of coupons for Ducan Hines products. If you been to this blog before, you know I love to take a cake mix and give it a twist, spin or reinvent it to something else.  That's what I did with this box of lemon cake mix.  I made some lemon cookies and used a fairly new product to me the Ducan Hines Glazes to ice them.  I have to say I maybe a magician because these cookies literally disappeared at my house.  My husband ate almost half of them by himself.  He could not believe that I used a cake mix to make these lemony cookies.  Everyone loved the glaze. This Ducan Hines Glaze is a wonderful product because you can glaze any dessert and take it from simple to exceptional in seconds.  I can't wait to use more of my coupons and come up with more "tricked" out cake recipes.

Ingredients:
1 box of Ducan Hines Lemon Supreme Cake Mix
1 Egg
4 oz of plain cream cheese
1/3 cup of canola oil
Ducan Hines Glazes for drizzling









Directions:
Add your ingredients into a bowl and then use an electric mixer to mix in the cake mix. 
Drop cookie dough onto a sprayed baking sheet. I used two spoons coated with some canola oil so I could do this easily. Then bake in a 350 degree oven for 15-17 minutes.  Allow the cookies to cool off on the baking sheet for another 5 minutes.

When the cookies are mostly cool, follow the instructions on the glaze bottle  and pour the glaze over the cookies.


Makes 1 1/2 dozen cookies.  Enjoy. Store in an airtight container.

 
Disclosure: I received coupons from the Foodbuzz Tastemaker Program courtesy of Duncan Hines.  I was not compensated in any way for writing this post.  The opinions stated in this post are my own. Thank you.

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11 comments:

  1. Love this shortcut cookie...and the glaze is a fabulous finish. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving...I've enjoyed getting to know you this year...another thing to be grateful for :)

    PS...I just learned that you will get more stumbles if you aren't the first one to share your post(there is a way to do it, but not through SU...I haven't figured it out yet). So I stumbled this lovely cookie for you!

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  2. I haven't seen the Duncan Hines Glaze yet but I would like to try it, nor have I made cookies with a cake mix, they do look delightful.

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  3. You've just hit my favorite flavor; lemon. I'd love these cookies, I know. Congrats on getting the Duncan Hines goods and using them in such a fantastic way!

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  4. A cake mix? Wow, these look great! I love anything with lemon in it and recipes that are easy and simple like this one :)

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  5. Love the cakelike cookies and sugary glaze! The shortcut idea of using the cake mix was quite smart of you! These look wonderful!

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  6. Ramona - they look delicious and you are so creative with cake mixes....it's a perfect match for you with this tastemaker program! Congratulations on a terrific post!

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  7. You keep on tricking out those recipes! I agree with Ann, this one was tailor made for you. Did you do the happy dance when the envelope arrived?

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  8. Mmmmm :) Sounds wonderful, and they are very pretty little treats!

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  9. I love lemon cookies and these look just so yummy!!

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  10. Ramona, I have a few boxes of cake mix that I've been meaning to try your cookie recipes with! My husband LOVES lemony desserts. This is yet another one to add to the list :)

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