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Chocolate Cake Mix Rolo Cookies

Chocolate Cake Mix Rolo Cookies
I saw this recipe on Pinterest and had to try it – they looked too easy and too good not to. So I made them Saturday morning for Mike to bring to work (after I had some of course). The recipe which I found on this site: consists of:

1 package of chocolate devils food cake mix
1/3 cup oil
2 eggs
24 Rolos

I bought two packs of Rolos, which equaled 20 Rolos, so I used four Caramilk Easter eggs that I had leftover for the remainder.

You simple stir all the oil, eggs and mix together then create individual ball, slightly smaller than a golf ball, flatten them in your hand. Put a Rolo in the middle fold over smoosh into a cookie size and place on a cookie sheet covered with parchment. 

I wasn’t convinced my stirring with a spoon was evenly distributing the ingredients so I tried a whisk – but the batter was too thick. I got out my hand mixer and used that. I am not sure if that over beat them but they did rise quite a bit, but when they cooled they sank back down. Another thing – the dough was so sticky, in the end I was just running a little water on my hands to form the balls – this might be because I over mixed it.

Once you have made your 24 cookies bake them at 350 degrees for 9 minutes. Let cool and then use a spatula to remove them from the pan so the Rolo doesn’t stick to the pan.

In the end they were a good cookie. Easy to make. And its neat that it came from a cake mix. Enjoy!


About Courtney Carroll

I am a mid 30s gym enthusiast; married with two girls (currently 3 years old and three months old) and a 4lb rescue Yorkie with a limp who is certain he is a 100lb Rottweiler. I am a vegetarian and have been for over five years. I love cooking, eating, working out, eating, being a mom and all the great (and not so great) things that come with it. And apparently I like blogging.

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