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Christmas Cookies {Link Up}

By Wifessionals @wifessionals
Christmas Cookies {Link Up}Welcome to the Holiday Christmas Cookie Link-Up!
I am so excited to be hosting this with my good friend Brittany. I can't wait to see all of the delicious cookie recipes you created!
Christmas Cookies {Link Up}

Red Velvet Christmas Cookies

My family LOVES Red Velvet Cake.My dad makes Red Velvet Cake every year from scratch. It's a lot of work and sometimes I just want that holiday taste, without all the hassle.
I started looking at the recipes for making such a cookie, and found you could use cake mix to save yourself so much time!
After taking helpful hints from reviews I saw, these precious little cookies were made.
You need:- 1 box of Red Velvet Cake Mix (I used Betty Crocker)- 2 tablespoons flour- 2 eggs- 1/2 cup vegetable oil- 1 tsp vanilla extract- Powdered sugar
Instructions:1// Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.2// In a bowl, mix together the cake mix and flour. Then add the eggs, oil and vanilla. Stir until smooth.3// Place parchment paper on a large pan. Take small balls of dough, roll them in the powdered sugar and slightly flatten the cookies on the pan.4// Bake 8-10 minutes. Remove cookies from the oven and cut shapes with a cookie cutter if you wish!
Christmas Cookies {Link Up}
So cute! AND so easy.
Christmas Cookies {Link Up}
I also made little gingerbread men.
Christmas Cookies {Link Up}
Ryan didn't like them - he said they looked like a murder crime scene...
Christmas Cookies {Link Up}
I still love them!!!
These turned out so ooey gooey and scrumptious.
Christmas Cookies {Link Up}
Now share your favorite recipe with the blogosphere (:

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