My sister Layla made these up and she's getting a patent on the title :) After a quick search I discovered the basic version of this recipe is already all over the internet, but her's are still better ;-)
These are gooey and fudgy and soft and crumbly and JUST SO GOOD. They only take 10 minutes of prep time before they're baking in the oven, and I'm willing to bet 99% of people already have these ingredients in their kitchens. I love when I read a recipe and realize I can make it on the spot because I have everything needed and a bit of time to spare, and this is one of them!
The add-in possibilities are ENDLESS with these: chocolate chips, m&ms (these look SO cool), shredded coconut, nuts, toffee bits, chewy caramels...
Depending on the size (and how much batter you eat) these measurements should make about 36 cookies.
-1 box chocolate cake mix
-1/3 cup of vegetable oil
-1 cup mix-in (white chocolate chips, etc...)
-Heat oven to 350 degrees.
-Mix cake mix, eggs and oil for 2 minutes until well blended.
-Stir in mix-in
-Shape into rounded teaspoons and place on baking sheet. Bake for about 7 minutes. This is for soft and chewy cookies. Bake an additional minute or two if you want them crispy. Cool for a couple minutes.