I think 101 Things To Do With a Cake Mix has become one of my new favorite cookbooks. I just love when I look at a recipe and there are less than 5 ingredients!
This particular recipe calls for cake mix, eggs, oil and Snickers. You can actually use either chocolate or yellow cake mix. I went with Moist Supreme Dark Chocolate. It was a good choice (as chocolate always is) but I should mention this particular kind was very sticky to work with.
By the way, you will have plenty of Snickers left over to add to your chocolate stash – just one more reason to make these cookies!
These cookies were delicious – how can you go wrong with gooey cookies with a Snickers surprise inside? I think these would be a lot of fun to make with kids.
I hope you can give them a try! If you experiment with a different cake flavor, let me know what you think!
p.s. I am going to be trying out a new schedule on this blog: Mondays will be new recipes, Wednesdays will be anything blogging/photography/style/makeup etc, and Fridays will be lifestyle posts (High Five for Friday, etc).
I enjoy writing about a range of categories, but would love to hear if there are any you particularly enjoy reading. Thanks so much for reading my blog! Have a great week!
Gooey Snickers Cookies
Slightly adapted from 101 Things to Do With a Cake Mix
Makes about 16-20 cookies
1 box chocolate cake mix
1/3 cup vegetable oil
1 bag Mini Snickers
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Place cake mix, eggs and vegetable oil in the large bowl of an electric mixer. Beat for about 2 minutes.
Cut Snickers in half and place in the center of a ball of dough. Make sure the candy is covered.
If dough is sticky, use parchment paper on the baking sheets. Bake for 8-10 minutes, or until done.