Christmas Confetti Cookies – soft and chewy sugar cookies rolled in Christmas sprinkles. Santa is going to love these cookies!
I’ve been blogging for a long time and over the years I’ve claimed that many cookies were my favorite Christmas cookies but these Christmas Confetti Cookies are definitely my most favorite Christmas cookie ever.
Sprinkles just make everything better so Christmas sprinkles make everything a million times better.
Plus, I love a soft sugar cookie. Don’t you? Just a buttery sugar cookie that practically melts in your mouth. The best.
This is a really easy, simple recipe that would be great for baking with kids. Kids love sprinkles as much as I love sprinkles so I know they’d love rolling the cookie dough through a big bowl of colorful sprinkles.
And I’ve been told that Santa also really loves sprinkles.
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Hey guys! Are you shocked that I have more cookies for you?
I’m all cookies, all the time right now.
We have a bunch of new neighbors moving in right now (military community) and I have never been more excited for new people. They’re not even out of their moving trucks before I’m trying to hand tins of cookies to them.
I think baking is officially my favorite thing about the holidays.
I picked up ingredients for these yummy M&M’S® Brownie Cookies recently from the baking aisle at my local Walmart. The Walmart baking aisle has become my home in recent weeks – they have literally everything I need for my holiday baking.
Anyway, so what you need for these cookies is a box of Pillsbury™ Family Size Chocolate Fudge Brownie Mix, Pillsbury™ Creamy Supreme® Vanilla Flavored Frosting, and M&M’S® Brand Minis Milk Chocolate Baking Bits.
And then you need some vegetable oil, eggs, a tiny bit of flour, but that’s it!
Super simple and fuss free!
These cookies are so delicious. The taste of brownies with frosting and M&M’S®? I’m all about them!
Plus, they’re easy enough for my kids to do the bulk of the work. So we got the gift of family time by baking together and then we were able to gift the cookies to our newest neighbors. Sweet treats are definitely two gifts in one!
Are you giving any goodies away as gifts this year? I think everyone in my life is getting cookies and fudge!
If you’re planning to stock up on Pillsbury™ and M&M’S®, make sure you take advantage of the Ibotta offer at Walmart!
(Sidenote: I insist that you download Ibotta immediately if you don’t already have it. I’ve been using it for years and my lifetime earnings is at $224.85!)
I hope you had a fabulous Thanksgiving! Did you do the whole Black Friday thing? I did not. I ordered a bag and some new glasses – prescription, not sun – and then I spent the rest of the day doing all the millions of dishes we somehow created on Thanksgiving.
I did go for groceries on Saturday and found $5 turkeys so you better believe we have a freezer full of turkey right now.
And then I found a cat on the top shelf in our shed yesterday, talked Fat Baby out of calling it Potato, and sent my husband 57 photos of the cat while he was at the gym.
He was all, “Did you steal somebody’s cat?”
And then, “Where did the cat get a can of cat food?”
I don’t know, found it in the pantry, did you buy cat food?
Oh! We also put our Christmas tree up! Which means it’s time for me to start planning the ridiculous list of cookies I want to make on the 24th of December! If you’re like me, this list should be a big help. So many delicious ideas – I wish I had time to make them all!