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Nestle Toll House Rolled & Ready House Sugar Cookie Dough Sheets I wondered aloud. My aunt who was drivin' was the first to chime in, "Throw some sweet potato or pumpkin' in it." I laughed. But as the night wondered on, she might be on to somethin' I thought. Hmm, but how did I wanna combine these. A tart... no. A pie.... no I just posted some pie recipes. I got it. Cookie Balls. Yes, they are a thing. Instead of frostin' you use cream cheese. If y'all only knew how excited I became over these.
I may or may not have gotten so excited that I baked so many of these little beauties they are overtakin' my freezer. I was also excited cause it was my first time to use Nestle Toll House Rolled & Ready House Sugar Cookie Dough Sheets. They come in many flavors but I chose sugar as not to overpower the pumpkin. Y'all know down here in The South it's as if we are always in the kitchen. And I am all about anythin' that will make bakin' life easier. And these beauties really did. Just pop 'em in the oven and you are good to go. If y'all only knew that when people joke about bakin' season it's a serious thing down here. I think the rest of these beauties will stay in my freezer till Sunday and be given out at a holiday party I am to attend. Now, to find a candle for the candle gift exchange. Until then enjoy this recipe and go get ya some.
And with that my Southern Holiday Recipes has come to a close. Until next time my dear
6 oz cream cheese
4 tablespoons pumpkin fillin'
1 teaspoon of cinnamon
1 teaspoon of nutmegParchment paper
Cookie/Cake pop sticks
2 bags Candy Melts; chocolate flavor