Make Cut Out Cookies With Betty Crocker Sugar Mix

Make Cut Out Cookies With Betty Crocker Cookie Mix!

Betty Crocker cookie mix is a ready-made cookie mix that makes cookie-baking the most straightforward and most delicious job in the world. The fresh-out-of-the-oven Betty Crocker cut-out cookies are not only bakery tasty, but they come in any shape and size you wish. So how to make cut-out cookies with Betty Crocker cookie mix? 

The Betty Crocker cookie mix needs to be mixed with softened butter, flour and an extra egg to make cut-out cookies dough. After the ingredients homogenize, the dough is placed on the counter and covered with baking paper. Then it is rolled with a rolling pin. Use cookie cutters to make shapes and bake them for 12 to 14 minutes.

Cut out cookies are the perfect decoration for any holiday or if you want to have some fun decorating and eating holiday cookies on a regular day. Betty Crocker cut out cookies are incredibly easy to make and even tastier to eat. In the following paragraphs, I will share some ideas on making Betty Crocker cut out cookies, keeping them from spreading, making the best dough, and some tips on cookie cutters. 

To make Betty Crocker cut out cookies, you will need to include some additional ingredients. First, add one and a half sticks of butter and two eggs. 

Beat the eggs, and then add the softened butter. Mix everything well and slowly add the Betty Crocker cookie mix and one cup of all-purpose flour. Mix until you form the dough. 

There are some optional add-ins that you can include in your cookie dough. Some of my favorites are a lemon zest and peanut butter.

Once the dough is ready, sprinkle some flour or powdered sugar on the counter and on your rolling pin. Flour and powdered sugar are here to prevent any sticking.

Roll the cookie dough until it becomes about ¼ inches thin. Once it is ready, start cutting out cookies with a cookie cutter and place the cut-outs on a baking tray. 

You will have dough pieces left, so merge them into one piece, cover it with baking paper, and roll again. Repeat the procedure until you have very little dough left. 

Bake for 12 to 14 minutes at 350 °F. 

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Make Cut Out Cookies With Betty Crocker cookie Mix

How Do You Keep Betty Crocker Sugar Cookies From Spreading?

Always do a test run to ensure your cookies are fine and won’t spread. Put one cookie in the oven and bake it; see how it turns out so that you know how to fix the dough if you need to.

If your Betty Crocker cookies spread, the dough is too soft, or the baking tray is too hot. The dough can turn out soft either because of too much butter or too little flour. 

If the cookies spread because of too much butter, you should refrigerate the dough for one of two hours before baking it. If they spread because of too little flour, add some more flour to the dough. 

It is hard to know the reason, so it is safest to do both to fix the dough. If your cookies are still spreading, then the tray is too hot. In that case, leave the tray at room temperature for 10 minutes or run it under cold water. 

It is best to use Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix for the perfect cookie dough, but don’t forget about amazing Snickerdoodle cookie mix or limited edition cookie mixes. Gingerbread Cookie Mix is great if you want to spice up your cookie dough.

The best Betty Crocker cookie dough for cut-out cookies includes Betty Crocker cookie mix, one egg, and one stick of butter. Although the original recipe calls for margarine, spread, or butter, you should use butter. 

Do not add any other ingredients except for dry cookie spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg, pumpkin spice, or another dry flavoring you like.

To improve your premade sugar cookie dough, you can add spices to up the flavor. Also, adding extracts such as vanilla and rum is an excellent idea. 

Throwing some crushed nuts in the dough will make it crunchy and even more delicious. Another great idea is to add your favorite sweet snacks, such as chocolate chips, chocolate shavings, or dry fruit. 

Espresso powder is a great idea to give your cookies some edge or pudding mix for some gooey and chewy flavor. Refrigerating the dough also works great, especially if you plan to make cut-outs.

You can use cookie cutters on any cookie dough. However, you need to make sure that the shapes you want to cut out are compatible with the thickness and consistency of the dough. The dryer and the more unstable the dough, the smaller and simpler the shapes you can cut out. 

The larger and more complex shapes, such as a star or a Christmas tree, work better with greasier and more elastic cookie dough. 

How Long Do Betty Crocker Cut Out Cookies Last?

Store Betty Crocker cookies in an airtight container or plastic wrap for 3 days max. You can leave them at room temperature or in the fridge, but eat them within three days from baking.

To make everything easier for you to follow, I gathered all the important tips here in the recipe.

Betty Crocker Cut Out Cookies

Betty Crocker has a variety of cookie mixes, but the best one for cut-out cookies is Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix. However, feel free to experiment with Snickerdoodle Cookie Mix and others. Just keep in mind that not every cookie dough can be easily rolled out, so you will need to add more flour and an egg.
Prep Time1 hr
Cook Time13 mins
Total Time1 hr 13 mins
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Betty Crocker Cookie Mix, cut out cookies
Servings: 4 people
Calories: 810kcal
Author: Laura Bais

Equipment

  • 1 Rolling Pin
  • Cookie cutters of your choice

Ingredients

  • 1 package Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix
  • 1 cup All Purpose Flour
  • 1 Lemon
  • 1,5 sticks Butter Leave butter at room temperature for about 2 hours before using.
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 2 tbsp Flour or powdered sugar You will use one of these to sprinke the surface so your dough won't stick to it.

Instructions

  • Beat the eggs with softened butter.
  • Add lemon zest from one lemon and vanilla extract, then mix again.
  • Add Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix and flour. Blend all the ingredients until you get a nice dough.
  • Leave the dough in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes.
  • Sprinkle some flour or powdered sugar on your counter and spread the dough to 1/4 inch thick. Put some flour on your rolling pin, too.
  • Use cutters to make various shapes, then carefully remove extra dough. You will use that dough for another set of cookies.
  • Place the cookies on the parchment paper and bake them for about 12-14 minutes in the preheated oven at 350 °F.
  • Decorate your cookies with icing, frosting or use your favorite spread.

Notes

You can leave Betty the cookies at room temperature in an airtight container or in plastic wrap for 3 days.
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