I’m Lovin’ It – Easy Spring Cookies are in the Bag with Betty

My family is pretty easy to please.  Most often it’s the most simple treats they enjoy the most

I LOVE the Betty Crocker Cookie Mixes, and always keep a few in my pantry. (No one is paying me to write this…I just LOVE these mixes) .  We use them all the time in the chocolate chip cookie brownies , whoopie pies and I even use them for holiday baking.

Betty Crocker Spring Cookies

Last week I decided to give my new whoopie pie pan a maiden voyage……..she would be the perfect tool for making perfectly uniform large cookies.

Betty Crocker Spring Cookies

I grabbed a Betty Crocker Sugar cookie mix, all you need is one egg and one stick of butter for a great tasting cookie dough!

spring cookies

Press the dough into the whoopie pie pan, and add some spring sprinkles, or M&M’s (I didn’t have a bag of spring colors, so I picked out yellow, green and blue)

bake 9 minutes, cool about 10 minutes before removing from pan


spring cookies


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Cheryl Sousan

A self-proclaimed neat freak, Cheryl chronicles her journey through homemaking on her blog,, where she shares recipes, tutorials, crafting and her ever-growing love for photography. This St. Louis mom juggles her passion for life, her daughters and her tiger-loving husband, all while her obsession with tidiness cleans up the trail blazed behind her. Google+


  1. YUMMY!! Thank you so much for hosting each week

  2. Hi! So glad to link up – what a fun party. And those cookies look delish – I’ve never heard of a woopie pan, will have to try that out!


  3. I love the Betty Crocker cookie mixes too!

  4. I love those packets too. My kids know that T/R are my days off and they love a home baked snack when they get home from school. This week I used the packet for peanut butter cookies to make pb choc bars. I pressed the pb cookie dough into a square pan, baked them for 20 minutes, sprinkled a cup of choc chips on top, popped the pan back in the oven for 2 minutes, spread the melted choc chips, and then served to hungry kids with a big glass of cold milk. Yum! Thanks for hosting. I love your whoopie pie pan!

  5. I love that you host this, it’s so much fun looking through all the wonderful ideas!

  6. Fantastic as always my dear!!


  7. I’m with Diane (and many others) in lovin’ that you host this week after week. Your cookies do look very spring like. Great idea to use your new whoopie pie pan. Can’t wait ’til you post your whoopie pies too.

  8. Cheryl!
    These cookies are HAPPY…plain and simple!
    They make me SMILE!
    I really need that pan!
    It makes the perfect cookies!
    I know your kitchen is a HAPPY place for your family!
    Hugs my FRIEND!
    WOW…54 weeks of LOVIN’ It!
    Can you believe it!

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  10. Yay! Can’t wait to see all the different submissions!

  11. I love Betty Crocker mixes! Thanks for hosting. You have such a pretty blog.

  12. Oh my goodness – those cookies are so cute! Thanks for sharing and hosting this party. BBC (my 7 year old boy) will be excited to help me make these. Have a great weekend!

  13. Cool idea! I love that whoopie pie pan… I think I might need one.

  14. What a fun and easy cookie recipe! Just what I need when I am doing projects with the kids! 🙂

  15. I really love the idea of using the whoopie pie pan for big cookies! They look so festive.

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  17. Those look so good Cheryl and I love the pastel toppings! My granddaughter would love to help make these!
    thx for hosting as always!

  18. That pan looks like it could be dangerous. So many fun things you could make in that shape! Yum!

    Thanks for hosting! Happy Friday!

  19. Those cookies look so fun and yummy! I’ve got to have one of those pans!

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  21. I love your fun photos! This looks like a great baking project with kiddos!!

  22. If I had a whoopie pie pan, I’d be all over this! So fun!
    As promised last week, I posted my painted Easter cookies at #150! I hope you like them!

  23. awesome cookies!! love that pan too!
    also, your disclaimer is hilarious 🙂

  24. I’ve had my eye on one of those pans for a while now, I think it’s time I took the plunge.

  25. Isn’t the whoopie pie pan GREAT for making other cookies? I keep trying new uses for mine – yesterday I made mini muffin tops – worked wonderfully!

  26. I am so excited to have found you! I look forward to more great recipies in the future! I will be following you through Blogger. 🙂

  27. I’ve been wanting one of those pans forever! So diverse and handy!

  28. Adorable cookies!! Noone would ever guess they were so easy.

  29. Whoopie pie pan, what a great idea! Thanks for sharing. I enjoy your posts!

  30. what a great and simple idea!!! everything is better with sprinkles of all sorts 🙂 Thanks so much for hosting “i’m lovin it”!

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  32. What a fun pan! I love your colorful cookies.

  33. these are so, so cute, Cheryl! I think I’m going to have to buy one of those pans!!!

  34. They look delicious. Yummy!

  35. I love your big colorful sprinkles! I’ve had such great experiences with these mixes too. And that whoopie pie pan – I have never seen anything more lovely come out from one of those. You may have just convinced me!

  36. i love all these fun ‘what i’m lovin’…..thanks for hosting!

  37. First of all, I never knew there was such a thing as a Whoopie Pie pan! Seriously?
    So yummy, Cheryl!

  38. What a great idea! And… a whoopie pie pan…oh my!! 🙂 Love the really thick sugar cookies… this would be a really simple and fun activity for a play date or Mom’s group! Adding it to my list of “Cool things to try from Cheryl” ….

  39. Your cookies are super cute! So festive!

  40. These do look easy, and so much fun to make! Love them baked in the whoopie pie pan!

  41. Thanks for hosting another great party. I just added your button to my blog. Hope you have a great day!


  42. Love those cute cookies!

  43. Amazing cookies! Thanks so much for hostessing.

  44. heeeeyyy!

    thanks for throwing the partay!

    you know i have 2 packs of that cookie mix in the pantry & i’ve never used it. i think i’m going to do it this weekend.
    your pics are so pretty.

    have a super weekend.

  45. Where can you get the Whoopie Pie Pans?

  46. Your cookies turned out PERFECT! I need to pick up one of these pans! Thanks for a great link party!

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  48. Lol my husband says “wallah” too…it’s voila!!! Will be making these sugar cookie whoopie’s soon!

  49. These are gorgeous, Cheryl! I love how easy they are too.

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