Decorate your dessert tray with these buttery, melt-in-your-mouth Christmas Ball Cookies. Made with Gold Medal Flour these cookies are easy to serve up. The dough is rolled into balls, and once they're out of the oven, use frosting to turn two cookies into the best dessert sandwich this side of the holiday calendar.
You've got many baking secrets, just like these frosted cookies! Start with Betty Crocker peanut butter cookie mix to make the dough and press each ball into a mini muffin cup. Then, press 1 Snickers minis candy into the center of the dough. Once they're out of the oven pipe frosting on top to hide the candy - giving your guests a delicious secret to uncover at the first bite.
Betty Crocker Super Moist lemon cake starts the show for a cheery Christmas cake that brings citrus to your holiday dessert plans. Impress with a silky-smooth homemade frosting spread between each layer made with a combination of cream cheese, whipping cream, powdered sugar, and grated lemon peel. Congrats, you’ve made the nice list for sure.
You could have stopped at one mix-in, but that’s not really your style. Kitchen-Sink Christmas Cookies are the holiday dessert that looks and tastes like everything you love about the season. Begin with Betty Crocker chocolate chip cookie mix and add in everything from green and red candies and pretzels to peanuts and sprinkles. This recipe puts sweet, salty, chewy, and gooey at the top of your cookie-making list.
Down into delicious dungeons and over marvelous mountains, these little critter cupcakes can take your taste buds everywhere! These little beasts are best decorated with a little mess and a lot of memories. They’re your classic cupcakes, decorated and dressed up with Betty Crocker icing into fun treats that everyone will reach for. So call the kids, grab your piping bags and create fun, great tasting Scary Monster Cupcakes.
Go from Halloween to Hallo-winning this year with the always-awesome Jack-o’-lantern Whoopie Pies. All it takes is some pumpkin, Betty Crocker cake mix, a yummy helping of cream cheese and Betty Crocker icing. The rest is up to you. So mix it, work it and make a marvelous mess creating a delicious-tasting, scary-looking treat that will decorate your dessert table this frightening season.
Grab the sweets and icing, and call your kids because you’re decorating the most fun little treats today! Our Silly Monster Cookie Pops are the best way to make the most of the season and hold Halloween in your hands. If you want to bring the family together on the night of scares, Betty Crocker cookie mix and decorations are your best friends. And don’t mind a little mess — it’s how the best memories are made.
Sometimes cute is better than terrifying on Halloween, and these Spooky Ghost Cupcakes take the cake! They’re spookily easy to make with Betty Crocker cake mix and frosting. Make a yummy mess, and add fun sprinkles and goofy candy eyeballs to turn up the fright. Call the kids, grab all the decorations and make your home an irresistible ghost house. If they don’t turn out perfect, they’re perfect!
Baking cookies are one thing, decorating them is something even better. Let the kids help with those final touches! Remember that they’re only perfect if there are some imperfections! Bring all the icings to the table, then top them off with Betty Crocker sprinkles. For the cookies themselves, use Betty Crocker cookie mix to make sure these amazing-tasting cookies come out awesome every time.
Our Bisquick cheeseburger pie is incredible for so many reasons, but we'll let you decide which one is your favorite. Of all the ground beef recipes, hamburger recipes, or meat pie recipes around we think this one takes the prize for serving up so many different family favorites all in one savory slice.