When Life Throws You Lemons Make These Irresistible Lemon Drop Cookies

This little lemon drops cookie recipe will be the hit of any dessert table it sits on. The cookie recipe is so easy to do, making about 75 little cupcakes, great for large groups. Or you can always just make the recipe enjoy at home, and freeze the rest for later. This lemon drop cookie recipe is addictive, once you have one it's hard not to try another! The ingredients you will need for this cookie recipe include lemon cake mix, instant vanilla pudding mix, eggs, sour cream (or a mix of half sour cream and half vanilla yogurt), and milk.

To start, preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit. Then coat a mini muffin tin with some non-stick cooking spray. Then beat the ingredients in a large mixing bowl with an electric mixer for several minutes until well blended and smooth. Then fill each muffin space about half way full. You can use a small cookie scoop to put the cookie mixture in the muffin tin. Then bake for approximately 12 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean. Then cool the muffin pan on a wire rack for about two minutes and then turn the muffin tin over on a wire rack so that all the muffins come out. Then cool completely and once all the cookie batter is cooked, you can make the lemon glaze recipe.

The ingredients you will need for the lemon glaze recipe include powdered sugar, grated lemon zest, melted unsalted butter, fresh lemon juice, and hot water. Then put the wire racks over waxed paper. The beat the lemon glaze ingredients in a medium sized bowl until smooth. Then dip the muffins in the lemon glaze to coat the bottoms, which are now the tops of the muffins. Then let the lemon glaze run down the sides and let the excess drip off back into the bowl. Then place each lemon drop cookie back on the wire racks until the glaze is set. Make sure that you try a few for yourself before putting them out for others to enjoy, as these will go fast.

The Butter With a Side of Bread recipe site is by Jessica and Nellie. Jessica is a wife and mom to five children. She grew up in Northern California, and she loves to cook, and her family loves to eat. Together they make the perfect combination. Almost four years ago she started the blog called Utah Deal Diva. She then started Butter, with a Side of Bread to go deeper into her fascination with food. She like making an easy recipe that is delicious, and she loves trying out recipes and new products.Nellie is a wife to Bubba and mom to four kids. She grew up in Colorado. From the time she was only 8 or 9 years old, she liked to help in the kitchen and was constantly browsing through recipes to find new recipes to try. All these years later, she still loves to browse through recipes. She has gotten a little more adventurous in the kitchen as far as trying out new foods, and she is trying to be a bigger fan of vegetables.

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