You've probably seen our adorable tubs of cookie dough in our Bakery Department at one of our stores across the state. But did you know those simple tubs could mean some really fun dessert ideas? For example, what starts as Sugar Cookie Dough could turn into ...
Cut outs by rolling out dough that is 1/8-inch thick on a floured surface and cut into shapes. Bake 350°F for just 7-9 minutes.
M&M cookies by adding holiday or regular M&Ms. Roll or scoop into balls. Bake 350°F 8-10 minutes, go ahead and try dipping half in chocolate or to drizzle with chocolate.
Andes Mint Cookies by wrapping 1 tablespoon of dough around each chocolate mint candy. Bake 350⁰ 8-10 minutes. Cool completely. Drizzle with icing; add sprinkles while icing is wet so sprinkles stick.
White Chocolate Craisin Cookies by adding white chocolate chips and craisins. Take a heaping tablespoon of dough and roll into a ball. Bake 350°F 8-10 minutes. Cool completely and then drizzle with white chocolate.
Party cookies by taking a heaping tablespoon of dough and roll into a ball, pressing lightly into it any one of the following: mini M&M’s, mini chocolate chips, sprinkles of any color, toffee bits, crushed Oreo cookies, nuts or any crushed candy bar.
Fruit Pizza by breaking up cookie dough in a pan, pressing it evenly in the bottom of a 12-inch pizza pan that you've coated with cooking spray. In an oven heated to 350°F, bake 16 to 20 minutes or until golden brown. Cool completely, which will be about 30 minutes. Mix together 8 ounces of cream cheese, ¼ cup powdered sugar and 8 ounces of whipped topping. Top with your favorite fruits. You also could melt 1/3 cup apple jelly or apricot jam and brush on as a glaze.