Orange Creamsicle Cookies
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Makes: 2 Dozen
These cookies can instantly become a Holiday staple for your family like it has with mine. These taste just like an orange creamsicle Ice pop. These are a huge crowd pleaser and are simple to make.
1 ¾ cups
1 package (.15 ounce)
Unsweetened orange drink mix, such as Kool-Aid
½ cup (1 stick)
Unsalted Butter, softened
1 ¼ cups
White Chocolate Chips
-Preheat oven too 350°F (177°C)
-Combine flour, drink mix, baking soda and baking powder in a bowl and set aside
-Cream together softened butter and sugar. Add eggs and orange extract and beat until blended
-Stir in white baking chips by hand
-Drop rounded tablespoons of dough on lightly greased cookie sheet. (you could also use parchment paper instead)
-Bake for about 10 minutes. Do NOT wait for edges to brown. Cookies should be slightly under baked. Immediately remove to rack and cool.
Definitely going to try these when I get back from being out of town! Yummy!!
I' ll try this with my son.
Will be making hundreds of cookies for church for our food box giveaway. These are definately going into the line up.
looks very easy to make and sound very tasty be a good treat or be something great to make for holiday dinners
I will deffo try them!they look fantastic!!!!!!
Mouth watering delicious.
These look so good. I'm going to try this recipe this fall.
These look as good as they fast, a big hit for us. A must try.
Oh wow. My hubby loves creamsicles sol these will be a great birthday treat for him since he doesn't like cake. Plus these would go over hugely at our church car show next month (if the youth group doesn't eat all of them!).
Wow those look fantastic! CAn't wait to try!
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