Tuesday, April 3, 2012

. . . Cookie Time Tuesday--Spring Cookie Sticks . . .

I really love using M&Ms in my cookies but I hate to bore all of you by doing the same old same old.  I was searching for something a bit springy but also a bit different than the norm to keep it interesting.  When I came across this idea for Cookie Sticks over at Taste of Home I knew it was perfect for Cookie Time Tuesday but with a spring twist by using the pastel M&Ms and even getting really crazy by using the White Chocolate M&Ms.  I also did a batch with some cut up pink chocolate chunks which added another element of fun.
These are super addictive so be warned that it's hard to eat just one little stick.  The kids will go nuts over these delicious cookies I promise!

Print Recipe Here
You will need:
 Canola or Vegetable Oil
Brown Sugar
Baking Soda
Nuts (Optional)
Chocolate Chips or Chunks of colored chocolate (Optional)
 • Gather your ingredients
• Combine the oil, sugars and egg together
• Add the dry ingredients
• Divide dough in half and shape into two "logs"

 • Place the chocolate chips or chunks where you want them and press lightly
• Add M&Ms where you want them keeping in mind that you will be cutting these into sticks so you don't want to have to cut a bunch of your M&Ms in half when you make the sticks
• Bake at 375 Degrees for 7 to 8 minutes for soft cookies or 8 to 10 for crispier cookies
• Remove from oven and cool then cut into "sticks"

  over the moon


  1. These look really good....and pretty! Thank you for sharing this recipe!

  2. These look so cute and yummy! I bet it really saves time to have it in two big rows, too! Thanks for sharing! This one just went on my to-bake list!

    Take care,


  3. I love how cute and easy these are!! And with m&m's...I must make these!!!

  4. You come up with the BEST cookies ever lady! These are so bright and cute and I am loving the "stick" idea!!

  5. Going to have to make these twice! I'm making them for Max and Claire's mother morning out teachers and I still can't have any til Easter :(

  6. These look super yummy and easy enough. Thanks for the info.

  7. I just love pretty food. These are as pretty as they come. :)

  8. What a great idea:) and it looks so yummy!! I love your site! You have a new follower!

  9. These look so yummy! I'm sure my boys would love to make these. Thanks so much for linking up to The Creative Spark - I'll be featuring these tomorrow. Happy Easter!
    Jenn :)

  10. Wow - these looks so amazing!! Very fun, too. I had to pin this on two different boards - my "favs" board and my "Spring is Here" board.

    Thanks for linking up to Romance on a Dime!!


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