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    Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles Recipe

    Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles Recipe

    Mint and chocolate make me think of the winter holidays. I also love the simplicity of Christmas cookies made with boxed cake mixes. Yesterday I shared my new recipe for chocolate cake crinkles made with a box of chocolate cake mix. In addition to the plain chocolate cookies, I also recently make a delicious batch of mint chocolate fudge cake crinkles using chocolate fudge cake mix and mint extract.

    Ingredients

    Directions

    1. Preheat the oven to 375°.
    2. Combine the cocoa powder, powdered sugar, and corn starch in a small bowl.
    3. Beat together the softened butter, eggs, milk, and mint extract in a large bowl.
    4. Slowly add the cake mix to the butter mixture. Combine thoroughly.
    5. Drop teaspoons of the cookie dough into the powdered sugar mixture.
    6. Roll the dough ball in the cocoa powder mixture until thoroughly covered.
    7. Form the cocoa-covered dough into a ball.
    8. Place the cocoa-covered dough ball on an ungreased cookie sheet. Leave 2 inches between the dough balls.
    9. Bake the cookies for 9 minutes or until the bottoms begin to brown.
    10. Allow the baked cookies to rest for a minute before removing from the cookie sheet.
    11. Store the mint chocolate fudge cake crinkles in an airtight container.

    Ingredients for Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles Creaming the Butter for the Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles

    Mixing the Butter, Eggs, and Milk for the Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles Adding the Mint Extract for the Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles

    Adding the Chocolate Fudge Cake Mix to the Butter Mixture Blending the Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles Dough

    Cocoa Powder, Powdered Sugar, and Corn Starch Mixture Rolling the Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles in the Cocoa Powder Mixture

    Unbaked Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles Baking the Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles

    Allowing the Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles to Cool Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles Ready to Eat

    Image Credits

    Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles Recipe © 2015 Heather Johnson
    Ingredients for Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles © 2015 Heather Johnson
    Creaming the Butter for the Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles © 2015 Heather Johnson
    Mixing the Butter, Eggs, and Milk for the Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles © 2015 Heather Johnson
    Adding the Mint Extract for the Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles © 2015 Heather Johnson
    Adding the Chocolate Fudge Cake Mix to the Butter Mixture © 2015 Heather Johnson
    Blending the Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles Dough © 2015 Heather Johnson
    Cocoa Powder, Powdered Sugar, and Corn Starch Mixture © 2015 Heather Johnson
    Rolling the Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles in the Cocoa Powder Mixture © 2015 Heather Johnson
    Unbaked Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles © 2015 Heather Johnson
    Baking the Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles © 2015 Heather Johnson
    Allowing the Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles to Cool © 2015 Heather Johnson
    Mint Chocolate Fudge Cake Crinkles Ready to Eat © 2015 Heather Johnson

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