This recipe from Texas Sheet Cake Cookies is the most popular on my blog; These soft and moist biscuits are made using cake mix and then frosted with delicious, easy-to-cook chocolate frosting. You will receive all the tastes of classic Texas Sheet Cake in delicious biscuits. You don’t want to miss this special recipe for Texas Sheet Cake!
It’s a thin yet extra moist chocolate cake covered in delicious, handcrafted chocolate frosting. Not surprisingly, it became an institution in Texas.
Today, I made this cake into my favorite food!! Plus, I kept things simple by using cake mix as the base for the cookies. Using cake mix to create cookies is an excellent time-saving technique because it requires minimal ingredients and produces amazing results.
- For the cookie dough, I used:
° Chocolate Mix Cake Box
° 2 large scrambled eggs.
° A third cup of vegetable oil.
° stick of butter.
° 2 tsp uns-weetened cocoa.
° 3 tablespoons of almond milk.
° 250 grams of powdered sugar.
- The method of work:
The first step:
To begin preparation, you need to preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
The second step:
Next, you will need a large mixing basin; Combine all biscuit ingredients and stir until completely combined.
The dough will be very thick.
The third step:
Next, ladle cookies onto a parchment-lined cookie sheet using a medium cookie scoop or a tablespoon full.
The fourth step:
Next, bake for about 8 minutes and then remove from the oven, then let them cool for 5 minutes on a cookie sheet before transferring to a cooling rack. Continue until the dough is fully cooked.
In a small saucepan over medium heat, combine the first three ingredients for the icing cream and stir until melted.
Remove from heat and whisk in powdered sugar until smooth.
Now, you’re going to spread the icing over the cookies, and of course, stir the excess garnish with a knife or spoon to make sure each cookie is completely coated.
In this step, you need to allow the frosting to set before serving, and keep the Texas cake cookies at room temperature for up to 3 days in an airtight container.