Chocolate Sprinkle Cookies – chocolate cookies from cake mix are super easy to make! Just 3 ingredients to make these thick, chewy, and fudgy cookies. Coated in fun sprinkles for any occasion.
Cookies are the perfect thing to make for just about any event. Christmas? Obviously. But they are great for Valentine’s Day, birthdays, Tuesdays….you name it.
And cookies that just take 3 ingredients to make are even better. Red Velvet M&M Cookies were one of my first attempts at cake mix cookies. And I can’t stop now that I have started. They are just so darn easy to make!
Cake mix cookies obviously start with a cake mix. So you could kind of expect the cookies to turn out cakey, right? Wrong! They are super thick, chewy, and fudgy. And we all know that fudgy brownies are kind of my thing.
And you can mix them up any way you like. Use any flavor cake mix that you want. And mix in whatever you can think of. White cake mix with cherry chips? Go for it! These chocolate sprinkle cookies are just rolled in your favorite sprinkles before baking.
These chocolate cookies are a must for any chocolate lover. Decorate with your favorite sprinkles for whatever event you have going on. Use pink or blue for a baby shower. Pastel colors for Easter. Red, White, and Blue for Memorial Day or the 4th of July. The possibilities for these chocolate cookies are endless!
So the next time you have a craving for chocolate or for cookies, these cake mix cookies are what you should make. Ready in 25 minutes and you have a warm, gooey chocolate cookie! Just have a cake mix in the back of your pantry and you are set!
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Chocolate Sprinkle Cookies
Chocolate Sprinkle Cookies - chocolate cookies from cake mix are super easy to make! Just 3 ingredients to make these thick, chewy, and fudgy cookies. Coated in fun sprinkles for any occasion.
- 1 box Devil's Food cake mix
- 1/2 cup vegetable oil
- 2 eggs
- sprinkles for rolling
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- In a bowl mix together cake mix, vegetable oil, and eggs until well blended.
- Scoop balls of dough and roll in sprinkles. Place onto a baking sheet. Bake for 10-11 minutes until the edges are just set.
- Remove from oven and allow to cool for 5 minutes before removing to a wire rack to cool completely.
Amount Per Serving Calories 129Total Fat 6gSaturated Fat 1gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 4gCholesterol 16mgSodium 165mgCarbohydrates 18gFiber 0gSugar 10gProtein 1g
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Sally @ Sally's Baking Addiction says
Erin, so glad you made these. they are a perfect last minute treat.. especially perfect for holidays w/ festive sprinkles. yours look delicious!!
I love cake mix cookies and that these are ready in 25 min. These are so cute and festive!
Katrina @ In Katrina's Kitchen says
I love cake mix cookies!! These are pretty 🙂
Emily @ Life on Food says
For St. Patrick’s day or not these cookies are cute and look yummy! I impressed myself this year by making corned beef. It was the most I have ever done for St. Patrick’s day.
Jen @ Jen's Favorite Cookies says
Simple is best, right? 😉 Love these!
I’ve never made cookies from a cake mix. I love that idea!! They look so festive.
Tara @ Chip Chip Hooray says
Yum! My Irish ancestors are smilin’…mostly because these cookies look so yummy. But you can pretend you’re Irish for the day if you wanna. 🙂
Sandra's Easy Cooking says
What a great idea Erin! I love how you made these cookies..very pretty and I think kids would love the sprinkles too!
amy @ fearless homemaker says
these look adorable! i’ve never tried cookies that were made from a cake mix but i bet they’d be delicious. yum!
Georgia @ The Comfort of Cooking says
Love these cookies, Erin! They’re so easy but they turned out so nice. Very festive, too!
I love sprinkles, and I also love how easy these cookies are!
Very cute, perfect for Saint Patty’s day and I’m sure they would be a huge hit with the teachers;-)
Those are so fun–and the green adds a nice hit of color!
Eva kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com says
The cookies are adorable and look like they would be equally tasty! We just go out and drink Irish Beer, usually Guinness. And act silly. Seems to go hand in hand.
Choc Chip Uru says
These cookies look so good! Delicious and the sprinkles make it very cute
Awesome post 😀
Choc Chip Uru
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Woohoo!! Cake box cookies. You know love me some of those. 🙂 I haven’t really done anything major for St. Patty’s day either… I made a broccoli and cheddar mac and cheese (green and gold)… but that’s about it. My hubby’s birthday is this weekend… so it’s more about his birthday than St. Patty’s day around here. You went to New Zealand last year.. very cool!
Jennifer @ Peanut Butter and Peppers says
Totally cute! There Irish if there covered in green sprinkles! I just added green food dye or green sprinkles to everythign and it’s considered Irish for this week!
Lauren at Keep It Sweet says
Love how easy these are! I could go for a few right now:-)
The cookies look festive and fun!
Nami | Just One Cookbook says
How cute! Well me too, my kids are more festive than I am because of school. =P I’ve never used cake mix because I don’t know which brand is good one. From your recipe, it looks like it’s so easy to make!
I used Pillsbury, but it really doesn’t matter too much when you are turning it into something else. I like Duncan Hines if I am actually going to make a cake with it.
Stephanie @ Eat. Drink. Love. says
How cute! Love the sprinkles and of course, the chocolate cookie!
Jennifer (Delicieux) says
So cute, and perfect for St Patricks day!
Dee at Deelicious Sweets says
Erin! This is so totally easy! I love recipes like this. I think I may have a box of Devils Food Cake in my pantry! Oh happy day 🙂
These cookies are perfect for St. Patty’s. I used to do more when my daughter was in school. My husband is Irish and I was planning on making an Irish lamb stew, but we might just end up drinking a Guinness to celebrate 🙂
Very cute cookies! I like that you did a chocolate version