Cookie Sticks

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These Cookie Sticks are a fantastically easy way to make a quick batch of cookies! Plus, they are perfect for dunking!!

What makes you happy these days?

It’s Spring today, which makes me happy, even though it comes hand in hand with allergy season.

A good manicure makes me pretty happy especially if glitter polish is involved.

A clean house (if even for a moment) makes me exponentially happy.

The Bachelor has finally ended which makes me all sorts of happy, but a little sad at the same time.  But The Bachelorette will be starting soon, so….happy again!

Easter’s almost here which makes me happy because that means I can unabashedly decorate the house in pastel colors and not feel like I live inside an episode of The Golden Girls.

And of course cookies make me happy.

Of course.

 

And these Cookie Sticks make me even happier because I didn’t even have to use my mixer.  Just a bowl and a spoon.  Happy sigh.

Here’s what you do.

Mix your wet ingredients together first.  Yes, sugar is a wet ingredient, don’t ask.

Add your dry stuff and split it half…

Spread it out in two long rectangles on your lined baking sheet.

I found these yummies at the store last week…White Chocolate M&Ms.

I decided to give them a try here..

Press the M&Ms (or chocolate chips) on top before you bake.

Here’s the before and after…

Let them cool a bit and using a pizza cutter or knife cut into strips.

And that’s it…

Let them cool completely before eating, if you can wait!

Wanna know one more thing that makes me happy?  Click here, it’s sure to put a smile on your face 🙂

 

Cookie Sticks
 
Ingredients
  • ½ cup canola oil
  • ½ cup granulated sugar
  • ½ cup packed dark brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tsp vanilla
  • 1½ cups flour
  • ½ tsp baking soda
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 1 cup candy coated chocolates (M&Ms) or chocolate chips
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375°
  2. In a bowl stir together oil, both sugars, egg and vanilla. Add in flour, baking soda and salt to mixture and stir until just combined.
  3. Divide dough in half.
  4. On a parchment lined baking sheet shape each half into a 15"x3" rectangle, about 3 inches apart.
  5. Press candies or chocolate chips into top of dough.
  6. Bake for 8-9 minutes.
  7. Let cool for 5 minutes and then cut into strips.
  8. Don't remove from baking sheet until completely cooled.
Notes

 

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Katrina @ In Katrina
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It makes me happy that I could easily get away with eating 3 of these. Score!

Glory/ Glorious Treats
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These look so good!! Pretty cookies make me happy!

cassie
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GREAT idea! I made some blondies with these white chocolate chips this weekend and loved them. I love the idea of cutting them into sticks!

Christina @ Ovenadventures
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so cute! i love this idea and i’m totally gonna go make cookie sticks. that will make me happy 🙂

Caroline @ chocolate & carrots
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These make me very happy. I’m loving the spring colors too! 😀

Rachel @ Not Rachael Ray (soon to be Rachel Cooks)
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So cute! What a fun idea 🙂

Bri
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Cookie sticks definitely make me smile! Can’t wait to make these this weekend!

Julie @ Julie
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I love the white chocolate chips and this idea is so fun and easy!

Lauren at Keep It Sweet
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I’ve always wished that I celebrated Easter just so I could get an Easter basket full of candy… and now so I could make cookies with those pretty M&Ms!

Love the idea of cookie sticks because they are perfect for dunking in milk.

Sue @ Cakeballs, cookies and more
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oh boy that is a great idea, so many possibilities!

Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar
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Soooo cute! Love this idea!

Averie @ Averie Cooks
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These are so delish looking and adorable! The M&Ms and the cookie STICK format…too cute!

Carrie
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THESE COOKIES make me so happy!
And glitter nails. Glitter makes it better.

Erin @ Dinners, Dishes, and Desserts
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These are so cute! I need to get those M&M’s!

Ashley @ Kitchen Meets Girl
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How cute are these?? And since they are “thin” sticks, I can eat three or four of them without having to worry about calories, yes? 🙂

Debbie
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These are totally adorable. At Christmas time I made some bark with M&M’s on top of the candy layer. I encountered two problems. 1) I couldn’t cut a straight line, because I had distributed the candy too densely and too randomly. 2) The M&M’s didn’t adhere to the candy. Did you have either of these problems with these cookies? I was wondering what would happen if you sliced the cookie dough before baking and then stuffed the candies on it. Then you wouldn’t end up with cracked candy. But I still wonder if you had problems with them falling off.
Claire of Ampersand.
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These are PERFECT for spring! I actually picked up some of those white chocolate M&Ms a few weeks ago at Target (they sold out really fast). I was thinking about making rice krispie treats with them, but I might just have to make these as well. You can never have too much white chocolate, right? Right.

amaradolcezza
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Congratulations on your website and recipes…
it’s beautiful.

Giulia

Rosie
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I’m left wondering about the white chocolate M&M’s? Thumbs up or down? I haven’t tried them yet but think they’ve got to be good. They’re M&M’s after all….

Erin
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These would be great for dipping into hot chocolate.

Maria
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Love the sticks and I need to find those M&M”s! So fun!

Joanne
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I really hope it doesn’t take five million years for my local grocery store to get those M&M’s in stock. They’re so slow on the candy trends!

Jen
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If I use choc chips would I mix them in the dough or press in the top like the m&ms??

sweetsugarbelle
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This is what makes me happy. Very very happy!

Karen @ Sugartown Sweets
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I always thought sugar was a wet ingredient! I love that M&Ms keep coming up with new flavors..but especially love all the awesome recipes everyone is creating! Love these. 🙂

Sarah (Canterbury Cakes)
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These are fab – I know my boys would clear a plate of these in no time at all…but they’d have to beat me there first! LOL

Shirley S.
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You have great recipes as well as wonderful presentations. Keep up the good work.

Marias cupcakes
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I will definitely give this a try! I´m just wondering if I can replace the canola oil with some other type of oil? I actually don´t know what it is and if we have it here in Sweden…

JenMarie
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I love the stick idea. That totally means you can eat more! The cute shape is fun and the kids can just grab one and go…..or two or three…

Sally @ sally
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SO creative!! I am LOVING these! I pinned them and will DEFINITELY be making them with my easter color m&ms soon. 🙂

Sherri
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Can I replace the canola oil with butter?

Diane from Stainless Steel Cookware Sets
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They are really creative and yummy 🙂

marla
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These festive cookie sticks make me very happy too!! Beautiful 🙂

Jen @ Jen
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What an awesome idea! These little cookie sticks would be great for a party, or for little kids. Love this idea!

Andrea
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My 9 year old daughter needed a cookie recipe for her Girl Scout project, and when I found this, I knew it would be perfect! It took her all of 10 minutes to make these completely by herself! Thanks for making my job easier 🙂

Brandy
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My daughter and I made these today! Delicious!

Debra Kapellakis
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Another yummy reason to use M&M’s that makes me happy! thank you

Emily @ Life on Food
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You have a pretty good happy list going on…these cookies would make me happy too!

Bettie
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I made these Saturday because they looked so easy and pretty. They didn’t disappoint. I personally loved the white chocolate M&M’s. They were a nice change to just regular M&M’s. I shared them with our sweet elderly neighbors and they just loved them. My little ones adored them and were a nice surprise in their lunch boxes today. Sadly, they’re all gone now. Thanks for another fun, easy and delicious recipe!

Kim
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I made these tonight with my daughter (who’s 6). They were so quick & easy…and fun! She loved mixing by hand and pressing in the candy. We used the M&M’s speckled eggs since we couldn’t find the white chocolate M&M’s. Delicious!

Andrea
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brought these to my daughter this past weekend (visiting her at college) – made with the white chocolate m&ms~ they were so easy and quick to make and oh sooo delicious, thanks for the recipe!

sue
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Hi these make my very very happy ,got my baking fixand only took 10 mins from start to putting in the oven and only one bowl to wash happy happy happy

Wendy Cone
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Made these tonight. Perfect one bowl cleanup 15 minutes of work for a last minute snack! Loved them and they were so easy my 4 year old did most of it herself! Thanks for your site and the 5 pounds I have gained since finding it!

Helen
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….And I thought I was done baking….I have to make these they look so cute and easy too!

Kim @ The Celebration Shoppe
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Perfect plan for all those remaining Easter M&Ms I have lying around! 🙂

Elizabeth
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I posted this recipe today and they were SO delicious!!

megan
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can we use all white sugar….I want to send these to the soldiers but they say we cant use brown sugar??? 🙁

Christina @ Ovenadventures
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i made these and loved them. instead of M&M’s i used sprinkles, lots of sprinkles.

Nicole
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I made these for a bake sale and they were gone in a flash! Thank you!

Leslie
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Oh these look good! I found your post on Pinterest, where I am a new follower.

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