Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

My work always has these contests on who can make the best whatever.   This times the challenge was cookies.  Of course being me I forgot about this challenge and started looking around to find the perfect recipes.  I saw these Chocolate Crinkle Cookies and I thought they were going to take a long to make.  After I looked at the recipe, I thought is this really it.  Only 4 ingredients!!

Well I gave them a try.  The Cool Whip gives them this amazing fluffy and airy texture with a pow of chocolate yummyness.   The only bad part about these cookies.    It is very hard to hide the evidence that you were eating them without getting powdered sugar all over you.   Another great thing,  This recipe is made for any kind of cake mix you desire.  I’m thinking some re velvet cookies are in my future really soon.


These are the type of cookies that as you are taking pictures you have to keep sampling them.  Or that bite looks to big or that big looks to small.   Okay okay maybe I was just making an excuse to keep eating them.

Chocolate Crinkle Cookies
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  • 1 box cake mix, any flavor works but I choose devils food
  • 1 small container Cool Whip, thawed
  • 1 egg
  • ¾ cup powdered sugar
  1. In a medium size bowl add cake mix, egg and Cool Whip, stir together with wooden spoon. It will be sticky. Place powdered sugar on a plate or bowl. Drop a spoonful of batter into the powdered sugar and roll to form a ball. Bake at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes.



  1. shamene@sayitwithcake says:

    Your cookies are beautiful! I tried to make them but they did not crinkle…I need to try again

  2. these cookies are soooo good! I love the softness and sweetness of them! I have never made them before because I never had the recipe, and now I do! Pinning this :-) and found them through the in and out kitchen link party!
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  3. These look great! I would never have guessed that they are so easy to make–have to try this! Dee :)
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  4. These have to be one of the best cookies of all time. I’ve stopped making them because I can’t stop eating them!
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  5. I love crinkle cookies. YUMMY!! Thanks for linking up with Wonderful Wednesday blog hop.
    Diane Roark
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  6. These cookies look fantastic. I can’t believe they are that easy to make. Thanks for sharing with us at Wake Up Wednesday Linky Party.

    Pinning these to my Cookie Board

  7. Okay these look absolutely amazing! I wish I had them pre made so I could already start eating them! :) Thanks for the recipe!

    -Karli @ somethingsplendidblog
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  8. These look yummy! Thank you for linking up at The Wednesday Round Up! Hope to see you back next week!
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  9. Yummy, I made these one Christmas and they were a hit. Thanks for linking up at Wake Up Wednesday – hope you are enjoying the party!

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  10. I am on a cookie kick! These look great.
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  11. I love the versatility with different cake mixes. I’ll definitely be trying this! Thanks for linking to the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you next week.

  12. My sister made crinkle cookies for Christmas this year and they were amazing. Love how easy your recipe is. Going to have to try these! Thank you so much for sharing @ Let’s Get Real.

  13. It looks rather unusual from Asian cookies and I will definitely want to try a piece. Thanks for sharing with 4 seasons blog hop. Pinning in Group’s board.
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  14. Your Chocolate Crinkle Cookies look delicious! Thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great weekend!
    Miz Helen
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  15. These cookies look fantastic and I absolutely love this recipe! Thank you so much for joining us and sharing at Best of the Weekend – pinned and sharing! Hope you have a happy and wonderful week!
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  16. Oh, my, yum!!
    I have to try this recipe!!

    I would love to have you hop over and share with us at Tell Me About It Tuesday.


  17. Hi!! I just wanted to let you know that I’m featuring your Chocolate Crinkle Cookies on my blog today!

    Thanks so much for linking up to Creativity Unleashed!
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  18. You’re featured on the Foodies & Crafties Soiree today!
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  19. Beautiful Crinkle Cookies Mommy :) Thank you so much for linking this recipe up at Recipe Sharing Monday. I hope to see you back next Monday. Have a good weekend!
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  20. I will take 12! Thanks for linking up with What’s Cookin’ Wednesday!
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  21. I love that these cookies only require 4 ingredients. I can’t wait to give them a try.


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