W is for Warm, Wonderful Watergate Cookies

Watergate Cookies

Watergate Cookies

1 white cake mix, dry                                                 2 eggs

1 box pistachio instant pudding mix, dry                   ½ C chopped nuts

½ C salad oil                                                               ½ C flaked coconut

3 T 7-Up or club soda

Mix all ingredients, in the order given and drop by teaspoonfuls on a greased cookie sheet about 5 cm (2”) apart. Bake at 175°C (350°F) for 10-12 minutes.

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I really like this cookie, and I’m not a cookie baker. It’s quick and easy to make, but sadly they don’t last very long because of some magical element that allows them to call out to me… Have you tried them? Do they call out to you?

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Yesterday I found the most wonderful blog! Happiness Stan Lives Here Notes from Nowhere Near the Edge. Don’t you just love that title? You’ll like the blog even more. You’ll find entertainment, food and drink, alternate history, holidays and much, much more! Pop over and visit.

As long as you’re visiting blogs, why not check the list at the A to Z Blogging Challenge web page and visit a few. There is an amazing diversity of blogs there and each of them has something special to offer. If you read something you like, leave a comment. It doesn’t have to be eloquent or earth-shaking. We who blog like to know that someone out there is reading our words. If you like it, say so. If not, say that too. It’s just nice to know someone, somewhere is listening.


2 thoughts on “W is for Warm, Wonderful Watergate Cookies

  1. OK the name intrigues me…do you know why they are called that? Do they leak..lol? Are they dark and prefer to hang out in underground garages? Or is it that they lie? They are not really a cookie but a mini cake?

    • I wondered whether anyone would ask that question, Jane! I spent literally hours searching the internet for the answer to that question when I decided to add them. I can find absolutely nothing! My theory is that they may have been developed by one of the chefs at the famous (infamous?) Watergate Hotel restaurant.

      Your ideas are far better, though! Lying mini cakes, passing themselves off as cookies as they make shady deals with Famous Amos and Sara Lee in dark back alleys… Oh yes, much better than my theory!

      Thanks for stopping by!

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