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Thursday, December 5, 2019

Throw Back Thursday - Grandma's Pudding Cookies

I am participating in 2 events this week.
The first is the 
and the second is the

In the 31 Day Blog Writing Challenge, Cheryl Sleboda has a list of prompts to help with subjects to blog about every day in December.
Today's prompt is "First Project".

The Virtual Cookie Exchange and Blog Hop is an annual event hosted by 
 and 
has been so fun
with all kinds of cookie recipes and sewing projects shared.

So I decided to combine the two events today and share one of the first recipes I published on my blog back in 2012.


Maybe it's not a "first project" but it's one of the first things I put on this blog.

These are

This is my beautiful Grandma that made these cookies in a picture with my kids back in 1994.


And this is the recipe for these light and tasty cookies.
She made them with lemon pudding which is a bit of sunshine during these cold winter months.



1 cup Bisquick
1 (about 3 1/2 oz) pkg. instant pudding
1/4 cup veg. oil
1 egg

Mix all ingredients until dough forms a ball.  Shape dough by teaspoonfuls into balls.  Place on an ungreased baking sheet.  Dip bottom of a glass into sugar; flatten balls.  Bake about 8 minutes at 350 degrees.  Makes about 2 dozen.  Good with lemon pudding or the flavor of your choice.

For a lot more cookie recipes, check out
the complete schedule for the 
Christmas Virtual Cookie Exchange and Blog Hop


December 2nd

December 3rd

December 4th

December 5th

December 6th

The 31 Day Blog Writing Challenge. continues through December.


So you will be seeing me a lot (I hope) in December.
I'm going to give it my best.


7 comments:

Julierose said...

Those cookies sound yummy--and easy too --always a plus in my book thanks for sharing hugs, Julierose

Brenda @ Songbird Designs said...

Wow, Carla, these sound so easy and yummy. I like the idea that you can use other flavors of pudding to get different cookies! Loved seeing the pic of your grandma and kiddos!

Farm Quilter said...

These cookies look/sound amazing...and I love how easy they are!!! That helps as the time crunch hits!!! Thank you for sharing your grandmother's recipe with us again, because you know most of us wouldn't be going back to your posts in 2012 to find a cookie recipe!!

Stitchin At Home said...

The recipe for the cookies sounds good! Thanks for sharing.

grammajudyb said...

I’m going to try this recipe! Before I scrolled down to see that you included the recipe in your post, I clicked the link above the photo of your Grandma and your kids. It took me to your post from 2012. Your caption stated your daughter’s name, my granddaughter’s name is the same! It’s unusual, so I had to make a comment! She was born in 1985.

Theresa said...

Looks like a simple but yummy recipe.

Carol said...

Those cookies look awesome! I love the picture of your kids with Grandma 25 years ago. It brings back some great memories of my own kids and Grandma. Thanks for sharing!