Cuppla Cookies – Easy Recipe!
|July 6, 2015||Posted by Tracy Knutsen under Cookies|
So many get-togethers during the summertime. Graduation parties, end-of-school celebrations, Father’s Day, 4th of July, swim parties, BBQs, church potluck, beach picnic…you know what I mean. As much as I’d love to bring a giant platter of fabulous homemade cookies to each and every one of them, there just aren’t enough hours in my day to get all that done. Not to mention all the grocery shopping and cleaning time.
No, thank you.
We went to a friend’s house for game night this weekend and I was, once again, stumped. What can I bring that doesn’t take forever to make and won’t make a huge mess? Well, I had refrigerated cookie dough on hand. You know, the “break-and-bake” kind. Hmmm.
Well, I’ll admit that this isn’t my finest culinary moment, but I don’t mind telling you that I was perfectly fine with making them. I really love these cookies and make them frequently – especially during football season.
Inspired by my husband who couldn’t decide which flavor he preferred on this particular day, I decided to make both. Not the regular way, but a combo cookie that used a couple of different kinds of dough.
Hence the name…Cuppla Cookies. And it doesn’t get any easier!
Step 1: Choose your two flavors of cookie dough.
This is what I had on hand, but any combo will work. What are your family’s favorites?
Step 2: Open the packages and (if necessary) cut the squares in half.
Notice that my packs of cookie dough contained 12 cookies. These should be cut in half. Packages with 24 cookies are good to go just as they are.
Step 3: This is the hardest part. Ready? Take a piece of each cookie dough and squish them together.
Step 4: Line them up on a pan and bake according to the package directions.
Cuppla Cookies! (So, blogger fail. I didn’t take a beautiful picture of the finished cookies before we took them to our friends’ house. But I think you get the idea…)
So grab a “cuppla” packages of cookie dough to keep on hand for when you need fun and fast dessert. Let me know what kind of yummy pairs you create!
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