How to Make Super Moist, Chocolatey Cookies From Cake Mix

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How to Make Super Moist, Chocolatey Cookies From Cake Mix Recipe
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Get your supplies together.

Get your supplies together.

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Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

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Soften your butter. You may do this by letting the butter reach room temperature. To speed the process, I cut the butter into pieces and stir it with a fork.

Soften your butter. You may do this by letting the butter reach room temperature. To speed the process, I cut the butter into pieces and stir it with a fork.

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When your butter is softened, you can add the other ingredients.

When your butter is softened, you can add the other ingredients.

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Mix in an entire box of cake mix. I used devil's food because that's what I had. However, you can use whatever you like best.

Mix in an entire box of cake mix. I used devil's food because that's what I had. However, you can use whatever you like best.

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Here's the cake mix added to the butter. I usually add wet ingredients first, but I didn't this time.

Here's the cake mix added to the butter. I usually add wet ingredients first, but I didn't this time.

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Close up, slightly mixed.

Close up, slightly mixed.

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Add 2 tablespoons of oil. I used olive oil. I had it on hand, and it has some healthy qualities.

Add 2 tablespoons of oil. I used olive oil. I had it on hand, and it has some healthy qualities.

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Add 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract.

Add 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract.

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Add two eggs.

Add two eggs.

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You may mix the ingredients with a fork.

You may mix the ingredients with a fork.

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You may mix with a mixer, but I find a fork easier.

You may mix with a mixer, but I find a fork easier.

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Add chocolate chips and toffee--or whatever mix-ins you like in cookies.

Add chocolate chips and toffee--or whatever mix-ins you like in cookies.

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Mix until all ingredients are moist. If your consistency is too dry, add a bit if water until all the ingredients are wet. Don't make it runny, though.

Mix until all ingredients are moist. If your consistency is too dry, add a bit if water until all the ingredients are wet. Don't make it runny, though.

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Scoop out the dough. An ice cream scoop makes this easy.

Scoop out the dough. An ice cream scoop makes this easy.

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Put your dough balls on an ungreased cookie sheet. Squash them slightly with the scoop or spoon so they will look more cookie-like when they have baked.

Put your dough balls on an ungreased cookie sheet. Squash them slightly with the scoop or spoon so they will look more cookie-like when they have baked.

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They should look something like this.

They should look something like this.

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Bake them in the oven at 350 degrees.

Bake them in the oven at 350 degrees.

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Bake for 8-10 minutes.  If they are large cookies, 9 minutes will. Still keep them very moist and chewy. Smaller cookies will need less time.

Bake for 8-10 minutes. If they are large cookies, 9 minutes will. Still keep them very moist and chewy. Smaller cookies will need less time.

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Let them cool and enjoy.

Let them cool and enjoy.

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I wanted cookies, but I didn't have supplies for cookie dough. I did, however, have cake mix. We liked them so much, I may substitute these for my regular cookie dough.

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