Everthing Looks Better with a Copper Kitchen Aid

I bought my first ever Kitchen Aid Mixer in the color satin copper!  I’ve wanted one, in this exact color for about seven years.    I could not be more excited!

The first thing I decided to make in my “big girl” mixer was Christmas M&M cookies!  This is my own recipe and I’m so thrilled to share it with you all!

What You’ll Need:

2 Whole Eggs at room temperature

2 cups and 1 tablespoon of flour

1/2 cup  Sugar

1 cup Brown Sugar

1 1/2 sticks melted butter cooled

1/2 teaspoon baking soda

2 teaspoons vanilla extract

Don’t forget to pre heat the over to 350 degrees Fahrenheit!

Combine flour and baking soda into a separate bowl and set aside.

whisk together sugars and melted butter

once the sugars and butter are well mixed add in the eggs and vanilla extract.

mix in flour and baking soda SLOWLY.

then add your M&Ms!

I use a small ice cream scooper that I just use for baking.  That way you can get more cookies for your batter!  Using the small scooper, I get about 33 cookies!

Scoop out your batter, and gently pat the cookies down so they’re flat.

Put the timer on for 9 minutes!


m&m cookies


They are absolutely delicious! And will be gone in a jif!


stay classy

4 thoughts on “Everthing Looks Better with a Copper Kitchen Aid”

  • That Kitchenaid Mixer is gorgeous! Congratulation!!! M&M cookies are my all time favorite cookie! Your recipe looks and sounds delicious. I can’t wait to give them a try!

  • Wow, that’s an impressive mixer and yummy looking cookies! Can’t wait to see what else you make with it. I agree about using an ice cream scoop for cookie and muffin batter. I don’t know why it took me so long to try it and now I’ll never go back to the messy wooden spoon and fingers method! 🙂

    • Yes! It’s so hard using a spoon, and you get most of it on your hands! 🙁 Well, at least for me! hahah Thank you for your lovely comment Mrs. Kaufmann! I always enjoy seeing you name on here!

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