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Nov 29, 2009


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bridget {bake at 350}

Great idea! They look so happy!


Gorgeous cookies! You have a TON of them there!!


Holy moly tons of cookies!


SHH! I'm not telling May you put up a new recipe! Seriously!! I need like 10 more kids to eat all this sugar....

Kristin Smith

What a great recipe and so easy. I will have to try it...might not make 200 though! You and your family are rock stars!!


I <3 baking recipes that involve mixes! Because you know I'm not so good with the actual baking part. :) These are totally getting made for a cookie swap party I have coming up!

Diane {createdbydiane.blogspot.com}

Great job! They look great! I'm glad I'm not the only one who divides the m&m's into colors for projects :)

The Little Teochew

I was gasping for air when I entered cookie heaven ... Unbelievable!! And the colours! Oh, happy happy ...


Oh.My.Gosh. That is a lot of cookies! Is there a cookie heaven? Because I think I just went there. At least, I would have if I were a fly on your wall!! What a wonderful idea!


I just realized I have a very small window to make a tasty treat for our Advent party at church tonight. These will be perfect!!!


Amanda Rettke

So glad this will help Lisa!! Be blessed-


Just wanted you to know the cookies were a smash hit with the kids at our church Advent party. We added butterscotch chips, white chocolate chips, M&Ms, and raisins. Oh, my!! :-)


Amanda Rettke

YEAH!! That is fantastic!! I am so happy that it worked out for you and that everyone loved it! :)

Blessings to you!


These look beyond fun. I love the rain bow rings. :D

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Those are the most beautiful rainbow cookies ever. I just want to have a little of milk and a dozen of those cookies.

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