Betty Crocker Molasses Cookies * GIVEAWAY

Love molasses cookies, but want a quick and easy (and mess-free) way to cook them?

Betty Crocker has come to our rescue and created a very quick and easy way of making delectable molasses cookies - perfect for the fall season!

With a delectably soft and chewy texture, and a great spice cookie taste, new Betty Crocker Molasses Cookie mix combines real molasses flavor with hints of cinnamon and spice for a homemade taste that you will love - as my family did!

Coming this fall, this fantastic mix will be able to be found in your local grocery baking aisle.

In addition, you can click here to download a printable coupon for .75 off the purchase of one (1) Betty Crocker Molasses Cookie mix pouch today!

I made theses cookies while Noah was at preschool - and most of the time was holding the baby!

With only 3 additional ingredients to add, this recipe was super easy and was quick and then delicious too!

Here are some pictures of the prep....

And then some of Noah enjoying the cookie!

I was graced the opportunity to receive not only the Betty Crocker Molasses mix, but also a great nonstick baking sheet, a red Betty Crocker stirring spoon and a great read Betty Crocker apron!  I loved the gift pack almost as much as I loved the taste of the cookie....

Would you like to win a great Betty Crocker Molasses Cookie Set for yourself?

Here's how to enter and win (Click "

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turq said…
I love them anytime.. and I think both molasses & spice cookies are Perfect for the Fall Holidays.
I haven't had spice cookies in so long. I agree that they're the best kind of cookie for fall . . . with a big cup of pumpkin spice coffee. yuuummm :)
Lori Thomas said…
These are good anytime, but spice ones I make more for christmas
Jessica T. said…
I like to make spice cookies for my son's Halloween party.
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carole said…
like to make them when my grandkids have a bake sale
Sprout5 said…
YUMMMMM! My kids love making cookies with me (and love the fact they can dress up in chef costumes!) and we love gingersnaps so this flavor would be great to try out! :)
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Cinderella10383 said…
My favorite time to make these cookies is any family gathering in the fall and winter
Jamie Brigham
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damiesmom said…
my favorite time to make molasses cookies is the holidays but my stepfather loves them so i like making them all the time
damiesmom at ymail dot com
BKWilliams said…
My favorite time to make any kind of cookies is in the fall of the year. Spice and molasses are especially fall and holiday smells for me.
latanya said…
On a weekend or a Friday night
amymccarty1985 said…
On holidays like x-mas :D
Joy N. said…
my hubby is a HUGE fan so i like to surprise him
AmberFaith said…
During the Christmas season!! (:

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