Betty Crocker Holiday Sugar Cookie Mix (17.5 oz., 5 pk.)
Why We Love This
Got a last minute holiday party? Bake up however many sugar cookies you need in only 20 minutes. Turn decorating into a fun activity for the family!
About this item
- Five cookie mix packages inside
- Homemade style cookies in 20 minutes
- Sugar cookies allow you decorate and be creative
- Tasty sugar cookies
- Makes 15 dozen cookies
Betty Crocker™ Holiday Sugar Cookie Mix (17.5 oz., 5 pk.) is perfect for making tasty sugar cookies at holiday time or for any special occasion. With this kit, you can make 15 dozen homemade cookies.
What Are Decorating Ideas for Betty Crocker Sugar Cookies?
Start with one of Betty Crocker's award-winning, time-honored, kitchen-tested and totally delicious recipes from the back of the box. Then, get creative. Use icing, piping, mini candies, or sprinkles to make your cookies playful, colorful and fun. Stick to solid colors or create patterns using piping or sprinkles. Round cookies can become a face or a fat penguin, while stars can be the nighttime variety or a starfish.
Cookie decorating can be a fun family activity with Betty Crocker Holiday Sugar Cookie Mix. To keep things simple, try baking the cookies ahead of time an letting the kids decorate them with frosting and sprinkles.
What Makes Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix So Delicious?
While few people expect healthy sugar cookies, Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix's ingredients are simple, much like the ingredients you would find in cookies made from scratch. For nearly a century, Betty Crocker has been a trusted source of culinary products and knowledge. That knowledge has helped Betty Crocker learn how to make sugar cookies tasty.
About Betty Crocker
Betty Crocker started with a promotion by Gold Medal Flour held in 1921. The predecessor of General Mills Inc., Washburn Crosby Company ran a contest for home cooks, who had to solve a puzzle to receive a prize. As a result, the company received not only thousands of responses but a flood of baking questions. They developed the name Betty Crocker in order to personalize responses to consumer questions.
Three years later, in 1924, Betty Crocker got a daytime radio show that educated listeners on culinary topics. Betty Crocker has expanded into cookbooks, a line of easy-to-cook products, and more. But one thing that hasn't changed is the company commitment to consumer service and product quality.