Brownie icebox cookies – Vintage Betty Crocker cookie mix (1958)
Pillsbury Slice ‘n Bake cookies from 1959
Here’s fresh cookie dough… all mixed and shaped for you! All you do is slice… and bake! In just minutes, you’ll have 3 to 4 dozen fresh cookies… perfect every single time!
Four flavors: Butterscotch Nut, Toasted Coconut, Crunchy Peanut and New Sugar Cookies.
Vintage slice and bake cookies from Pillsbury (1960)
Old-fashioned slice ‘n bake cookies – Holiday kit (1960)
Cookie ideas galore! Make them all with Pillsbury’s refrigerated holiday cookie kit
Vintage Christmas slice & bake cookie decorating kit (1965)
Flavors in this Pillsbury Holiday Cookie Kit: Chocolate chip, sugar, butterscotch nut, peanut butter, oatmeal raisin, caramel chip, fudge nut, coconut with chocolate chunks, spicy ginger, fudge brownies.
Betty Crocker Spoon & Bake canned cookie dough (1975)
Now you’re just a spoon away from the cookies you love whenever you like.
Introducing Betty Crocker’s whole new way to make cookies. Spoon & Bake cookie dough needs no refrigeration, so it’s out of the cupboard and into the oven in minutes. And you’ve got 3 dozen warm, fresh, homebaked cookies.
Could you go for some right now? Just get our your Spoon & Bake in any of these best-loved flavors: Chocolate-flavor chip, oatmeal raisin, peanut butter or sugar.
Vintage Quaker oatmeal cookie mix from 1977
4 vintage Quaker boxed cookie mixes (1970s)
Chockful-of-fudge Fudge Chip Cookies, Old Fashioned Sugar Cookies (and great butter cookies, too), Peanut Butter Cookies with Peter Pan Peanut Butter, and Quaker’s Famous Oatmeal Cookies
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Mrs Goodcookie ready-to-bake frozen cookies (1977)
Big Batch cookie mix (1978)
Bake 6 dozen cookies… that taste like you made them from scratch
Big Batch cookie mix. With great scratch ingredients, like real chocolate chips. Chocolate chip, Oatmeal, Peanut butter, Sugar cookies — each box bakes 6 dozen cookies
Vintage Pillsbury Sugar Cookies – slice and bake from 1979
“Bake a Santa for Santa.”
Vintage Rich’s preformed cookie dough – frozen (1977)
Duncan Hines chocolate chip cookie mix from 1986
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