mrs. panzer’s pudding cookies

i have been the family baker for as long as i can remember. i can’t recall the actual process of being “taught” to bake, but i do recall snippets of using a measuring cup or rolling out dough at an early age. and of course i remember my cherished easy bake oven. ah, but i digress…

my first vivid and complete recollection of baking cookies ‘outside of the home’ was in the kitchen of the school cafeteria. once in awhile we had the opportunity to take a mini class, and i chose baking with our gym teacher, mrs. panzer. and the first cookies she taught us how to bake were these pudding cookies.


pudding

more than thirty-five years later, i still make batches of these for my mom and dad, who eat them heartily, though dad likes them a bit more “burnt” than mom. no matter, a batch from the oven is usually gone within the day.

mrs. panzer’s pudding cookies
ingredients:
1 cup bisquick baking mix
1 package jello instant vanilla pudding
1/4 cup wesson vegetable salad oil
1 egg
1 tsp. vanilla extract
sugar to flatten dough
colored sugar to decorate

instructions:
1. mix all ingredients together.
2. drop onto ungreased cookie sheet.
3. dip bottom of glass in sugar, and flatten dough out.
4. add sprinkles of colored sugar.
5. bake for 8 minutes, until edges begin to get golden brown.
6. remove from cookie sheet, and cool on wire rack.
7. enjoy!

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