Frosted Cookie Cups with Sprinkles
These Frosted Cookie Cups with sprinkles are a fun and delicious treat loved by kids and adults! Topped with a creamy vanilla frosting and more sprinkles!
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**Today’s post is part of an ongoing partnership in the Bake a Little Extra Blog Ambassador sponsored by Karo® Syrup**
Are you a planner? A list maker? I love making a good list, and then checking things off when they are done. As I type this, I seriously have about a dozen post-it notes on my desk of various “lists.”
One of the lists I have is “Easter.” From what to purchase, things to do, and menu ideas…it’s all there! While a big Carrot Cake is usually on the menu, I like to have some cookies as an option too.
When Karo® Syrup sent me this cookie recipe to try, I was in love instantly! I knew I wanted to try these as cookie cups and make the recipe a little more festive for the Easter holiday. I love adding a big dollop of frosting on top of cookies. And, because the recipe calls for Karo, it adds an extra chewiness to an already incredible, buttery cookie. Imagine sinking your teeth into a sweet frosting then deeper into a chewy cookie cup!
I would say this one is perfect for Easter celebrations!
You’re going to need a mini muffin pan to make these frosted cookie cups. This recipe yields about 5-6 dozen small cookie cups, which means you’ll have plenty to share!
A few quick tips about this recipe:
- Use a small, 1 Tbsp scoop to perfectly portion your cookie dough into the mini muffin tin. This will ensure even baking!
- Try using a non-stick mini muffin pan. The cookies are buttery enough that they should just pop right out of pan easily (I let mine cool about 5-10 minutes in the pan first).
- To make the creamiest vanilla frosting, beat your butter for about 3 minutes using a whisk attachment to an electric mixer (or handheld mixer). Once the butter is pale in color, add the remaining ingredients. Beat an additional 3 minutes until light and fluffy!
- Use your favorite sprinkles to add color for the holiday! I love using jimmies (the traditional log shaped sprinkles) as I think they have the best texture!
- I suggest you store your frosted cookie cups in an air-tight container at room temperature for no more than 5 days, for ideal freshness!
- Be sure to share with family and friends! Baking a little extra is a great way to show people you care and these Easter treats will go quick!
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