Easy Strawberry Cookies

And when I say easy, I mean *easy*. Start to finish to prepare the batter – 5 minutes. No joke. There’s a lady at the Clintonville Farmer’s Market that makes these, and they’re delicious. Not good for you or chock full of natural ingredients, but tasty. Kids would love these. I wonder if these would be just as good with other flavors of cake mix?


Easy Strawberry Cookies
courtesy RecipeSecrets.net

2 eggs
2/3 c. vegetable shortening
1 pkg. strawberry cake mix
1/2 c. chopped nuts
1/2 c. chopped coconut

Combine eggs and shortening. Add half the dry cake mix. Beat well. Add remaining dry mix, nuts, and coconut. Mix thoroughly. Drop by teaspoons onto greased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes.

14 thoughts on “Easy Strawberry Cookies

  1. Selima

    I hanker after these every single week, and I can’t believe there are no actual berries in them. Thank you!

  2. holly

    i first started making cake mix cookies a couple years ago after seeing the recipe on the side. They’re great! the perfect base for anything your mind can imagine and the texture is always perfect.

    i think i might have to whip some of these up today! thanks!

  3. Roxie

    Great! I’ve been looking for an easy strawberry cookie! I’m going to add white chocolate chips and see how it comes out.


  4. Haley

    I made this recipe without the coconut & chopped nuts. I wouldnt recommend it! It must need these ingredients b/c the cookies tasted like a burnt grease ball without them. They were pretty though.

  5. Cary

    I saw a similar recipe for strawberry cookies that said to add egg and (get this) a tub of whip topping. Any idea how that would turn out?

  6. Melissa

    i have done the whipped topping version and the cookies were yummy and soft but it is a bit of a sticky mess getting together and on the pan.

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