You know those blog or Instagram posts that show the kids and the mom all smiling while they’re baking in their clean kitchen and having just the greatest time?
This isn’t one of those posts.
I mean, yes, we had fun, but there was so much going on that I didn’t get many pictures and my kitchen got messy and David got messy and then David got bored and finally the cookies were finished baking. But really, it was great!
I was invited to an online Pampered Chef party, and the coordinator shared this recipe. I happened to have two extra boxes of Funfetti cake mix in the pantry (I mean, don’t you? 😉 and knew I had to try it.
Parchment paper makes my life way easier. It will make yours easier, too. Also, note that David struggled with forming dough balls. It’s ok, though!
“Fun to Bake With Your Toddler” Funfetti Cookies
- 1 box Funfetti cake mix
- 2 eggs
- 1/3 cup oil
*the recipe also called for 3/4 of a cup of white chocolate chips, but those aren’t my favorite, so I passed. You can also garnish with sprinkles after they’re finished baking if you’re brave. I’m not.
Combine all ingredients into a bowl. Mix thoroughly. Form into golf ball sized balls, bake at 350F for 10-12 minutes.
And that’s it. Seriously.
David loved mixing the ingredients and eating the cookies. If you try the recipe, comment below or on my Instagram post ❤