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Christmas Confetti Cookies Recipe | Food Bloggers Cookie Swap

Christmas Confetti Cookie Recipe from www.dineanddish.net

So, I have a little story to tell you. It’s all about the time when I made cookies and sent them to other bloggers. Sounds fun, right? It was all part of The Great Food Bloggers Cookie Swap of 2012.

When you are baking for other people, other bloggers especially, there is a slight bit of pressure to make sure your reputation for cooking good food stays in tact. You really want everything to turn out perfectly. You do not, let’s say, want to accidentally put banana flavored instant pudding in your cookie dough when it’s supposed to be French vanilla instant pudding. You also do not want to realize you made the mistake until after you’ve put the cookies in the mail, come home and snatched your first bite of said cookies. No, no you don’t.

Stack of Christmas Confetti Cookies on a plate

So, to my friends Maris, Lindsay and Kelly… I must apologize, profusely, for grabbing the wrong box out of my pantry and sending you what were not the best cookies ever. I owe you really good cookies, which these Christmas Confetti Cookies are, when made with the correct type of pudding!

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A special thanks to Lindsay (yep…I sent bad cookies to one of the coordinators of the cookie swap!) and Julie for organizing yet another fun and successful Food Bloggers Cookie Swap! Also, a big shout out to Becky for her Peanut Butter Blossom cookies, Gerri for his Cranberry Orange Cookies with White Chocolate Chunks and Christina for the Chai Tea Sugar Cookies. They were gobbled up within mere hours of hitting our doorstep. Thank you for your generosity and for sharing such delicious cookies with my family!

Now, for the Christmas Confetti Cookie recipe, with the correct type of pudding mix listed!

Christmas Confetti Cookies

Christmas Confetti Cookies

A festive red and green holiday confetti cookie. Adapted from Bake Your Day

Ingredients

  • 2 sticks butter, room temperature
  • 1 1/2 cups sugar
  • 1 Tablespoon light corn syrup
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla bean paste
  • 2 1/2 cups flour
  • 1 4-ounce package French Vanilla Instant Pudding Mix
  • 2 teaspoons cream of tarter
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1/2 cup Red and Green Christmas sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Combine the butter, sugar and corn syrup in the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment and beat on medium-high speed for 2-3 minutes. Scrape down the sides of the bowl. Add the eggs and vanilla bean paste and mix for 7-8 minutes, until mixture is light and fluffy.
  2. Meanwhile, in a separate bowl, sift together the flour, French vanilla pudding mix, cream of tarter, baking soda and salt. Slowly add to the wet ingredients, mixing until the dough forms together.
  3. With the mixer at low speed, add the sprinkles and mix just until incorporated, no longer than 30 seconds.
  4. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and chill for at least one hour and up to overnight.
  5. Preheat oven to 350°F.
  6. Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper or Silpat.
  7. Scoop dough out in rounded tablespoons, approximately one inch apart, on the baking sheet.
  8. Bake for 18-20 minutes then remove from the oven.
  9. Allow to firm up on the cookie sheet for 2 minutes, then remove from cookie sheet onto a wire cooling rack.
  10. Serve and enjoy!
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Comments

  1. I’m sure your cookies still taste amazing! Love the confetti so much.

  2. Oh no, I make mistakes like that all the time. I am sure they were still amazing. And I’m pretty sure I am going to make a batch tonight. These look so good!

  3. Oh, that is TOO funny. That’s like the one time Aimee said to a group of us, “Well what about the test cookie?” and we all stared around blankly.. a.. TEST cookie? What a novel idea! Now I don’t bake cookies without doing that. :)

  4. These look so fun! I bet they taste amazing. What is that drink in the first picture?!

  5. That sounds like something I would do, Kristen. Still giggling.

  6. Sweet Lavender Bake Shoppe says:

    So your cookies just look divine (regardless of the mishap)! And ummm can we talk about that DRINK? MUST HAVE!

  7. Girl, it totally happens to the best of us so seriously you shouldn’t even sweat it! It’s murphy’s law anyway…anything that COULD go wrong, absolutely will. Plus they look so adorable anyway!

  8. Thanks for this Christmas confetti cookie recipe. This will be a fine addition to my Christmas menu.

  9. Seriously, you don’t snag some of the raw cookie dough at some point? And then not a cookie until AFTER you cool, wrap and mail them?!?! Girl, you have WAY more will power than me! I had issues with my cookies for the swap too and one set of the cookies I received were DELICIOUS but arrived in large crumbles. Things happen but it’s still a ton of fun, you get cookies, and it’s for a great cause! :)

    • Oh I was convinced I wouldn’t have enough cookies and would have to make another batch if I snitched any of the dough! Normally I’d be all over dough tasting, but was being very careful NOT to eat any because I personally didn’t want to have to make another batch just for a few more cookies :)

  10. Dine & Dish says:

    Yes – that drink? I recently bought a Keurig milk frother and it has changed my life just a bit ;) That particular drink was just a eggnog K-Cup brewed coffee, with frothed milk and caramel sauce dizzled on top. My thighs don’t like me much these days, but my tastebuds do :)

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