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Kimberly on 5.13.2015
The cookies were awesome! Thank you for sharing!
stefibeth on 2.28.2015
My 5-year-old son requested cookies for his birthday treat so we made these and they are great! Very festive and they taste like birthday cake in cookie form – perfect!
Also, I ran out of AP flour (d’oh!) so I had to sub ~3/4 cup white whole wheat flour and thankfully you couldn’t even tell. I also used about 1/4 cup jimmies and 1/4 cup nonpariels (again, poor planning!). I was a little worried it would be too many nonpariels, but it turned out just fine. Basically, the recipe is fairly forgiving
I know that some other people mentioned that their dough was too crumbly, but I didn’t have a problem. It was a drier dough than like a chocolate chip cookie, but I didn’t have a problem at all with getting the dough to stick together or roll into balls. It was very easy to work with.
Cathy Bray on 12.30.2014
My daughter says ” I LOVE these cookies so MUCH!” This is going in our keeper file. Thank you for the recipe!!
Adrianne on 10.7.2014
These were such a huge hit! The cookies are so soft and delicious. I absolutely recommend this recipe!
ARUN KUMAR R on 6.15.2014
I Really loved this recipe..Thanks for Sharing this..
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Ashley Sykes on 3.30.2015
Funfetti is the best! For those wondering about the cake flour, when you add cornstarch to AP flour, like she did in this recipe, it’s the same as using cake flour. That why in the description she says she made her own cake flour.
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Janet Grand on 1.3.2015
I, too, would like to know if she is using cake flour or AP flour since it is mentioned in the comments. Also, is it salted butter or unsalted? Anyone know? Thanks!
Kelly W on 12.8.2014
The description mentions cake flour, but the recipe does not. Curious what the recipe intended and if anyone has experimented. Thanks!
The Egg-Free Baker on 7.9.2014
I made an egg-free version these on my blog.