Monday, February 27, 2012

Leprechaun Cookies

I'm back !!!

And I'm showing ya'll a yummy treat you should make for the whole family.

With Valentines behind us, and St. Patricks coming up, I wanted to make a yummy "Green" treat for my family.

I wanted it to be green, and the first flavor that I thought of that was green was Lime.

So, I experimented and came out with a Lime Jello Cookie with White Chocolate Chips.

I loved them!  My oldest inhaled them!

Leprechaun Cookies

·         ½ Cup Butter
·         ½ Cup Non-Fat Vanilla Yogurt
·         ½ Brown Sugar
·         1 Cup White Sugar
·         2 Eggs
·         1 Large Package of Lime Jell-o {the 8 servings box}
·         ¼ tsp Salt
·         1 tsp Baking Soda
·         3 Cups Flour
·         1 Cup White Chocolate Chips

1.       Preheat oven to 350˚
2.       In your mixer, cream together the following ingredients: butter, yogurt, brown & white sugars.
3.       Mix in the eggs & jell-o.
4.       Mix in the salt, baking soda & flour.
5.       Mix in the white chocolate chips.
6.       Scoop out and bake for 12 minutes…..don’t let them go too long or else the tops will brown & the cookies won’t be green anymore.
7.       Enjoy!

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  1. Love this idea, using jello in the recipe just opens up so many possibilities! Will be trying soon!

  2. These look great! Love the green - very cute! And I love the idea of using vanilla yogurt in a cookie dough, great idea!!!!

  3. What a celver idea! they look so yummy and festive! Thank you for linking up to Uncommonly Yours! Bonnie :)

  4. Very fun idea to use the lime many other varieties are popping into my head right now:-) Thank you for sharing on Trick or Treat Tuesday.

  5. I am thinking change the lime to orange and you get dreamsicle cookies!!! YUM. I cannot wait to try these!

  6. How creative to use jello in a cookie. Wonderful! Hugs and Happy Weekend wishes! P.S> It's giveaway time at Katherines Corner come on over :-)

  7. I would be nice to know how many this makes and if the pan needs to be greased.


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