2 white cake mixes
1 C butter, melted
2 T water
1 small package blueberry jello
1 small package raspberry jello
1/2 t red food coloring gel (I used Wilton Christmas red)
1/2 t blue food coloring gel (I used Wilton royal blue)
2 T butter, softened
4 C powdered sugar
6 T milk
dash of salt
1 t vanilla
1.To make the red dough combine one of the cake mixes with 1/2 C melted butter, 1 egg, 1 T water, raspberry jello and the red food coloring. Mix until everything is well combined and you have the color you like. You can add a bit more food coloring gel if needed.
2. Make the blue dough by following the directions in step 1 just add the blueberry jello and blue food coloring this time.
3.Roll them into 1 1/2 inch balls and place them on a sprayed cookie sheet. Bake for about 8-10 minutes at 350 degrees Watch them closely. then let them finish cooking on the hot sheet for about 3 minutes.
1. Put all ingredients for the frosting in a medium sized mixing bowl and beat for about 2 minutes, or until the frosting is the desired consistency. (add a bit more powdered sugar if it’s too thin. Add a bit more milk if it’s too thick)
2. Frost the underside of each blue cookie, then add a red cookie to it.
I got this recipe from
jamiecooksitup They were such a fun treat and so simple to make. You could use any flavor red or blue jello you want. This recipe makes 30 whoopie pies.