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Funfetti cookies are fun, colorful cookies with sprinkles. Now, the word "Funfetti" is a bit odd but has a cool history, for instance: it's a compound word made from fun and confetti. It was first mentioned in 1989 when Pillsbury started selling a new cake with multicolored sprinkles which they called "Funfetti cake". Ever since, many desserts have been using this term in their name, just like the recipe I'm sharing with you!
My funfetti cookies are soft and chewy and of course full of colors. The cookies are non-dairy pareve so they can fit as your weekend dessert too.
These beautiful cookies can also fit in your Purim mishloh manot along with some traditional Hamantachen cookies. Your kids will really love the colors and the taste too!
The cookies are sweet with vanilla flavor and as usual on my blog, are very easy to whip up. One bowl and 10 minutes of baking is all you need until you can put your hands on these yummy cookies.
For more parve recipes, check out my parve desserts page. For other cookies recipes for your mishloh manot, check out my recipe index page.
Recipe yields approximately 25 cookies
Here is the recipe for these colorful funfetti cookies: