Hawaiian Punch Cookies

Hawaiian Punch Cookies

Yay for fun cookies! Our Hawaiian Punch Cookies are sure to capture the attention of every kid in sight (and cookie loving moms like me). They are colorful, packed with fun flavors, and extremely fun to make with kids. The recipe isn’t too difficult- because, let’s face it, ain’t nobody got time for dat in this house! Plus, the color options and combinations are so unique. You’re going to love this cookie recipe.
…..whisper voice: and so will your kids….

Hawaiian Punch Cookies

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  1. these look cute!

  2. Oooh! These would be a huge hit at my daughter’s Mermaid Party this summer! Thanks for the recipe and the inspiration! Pinning!

    I would love for you to share your creativity at my Show-Licious Craft & Recipe Party {we are live now}!
    ~ Ashley

  3. Oh my goodness, these look amazing!! They’re super cute and colorful and I’m sure would be a HUGE hit with my two year old. I definitely have to mix these up soon, thanks for sharing 🙂

  4. These sound delicious. My grandchildren and I are making them tomorrow. One question–is the baking powder a teaspoon or a tablespoon? I hope this isn’t a dumb question. Thanks so much.

    • Oh wouldn’t you know it! Not a dumb question at all, Ruth! I had a typo in that part. Thank you for reaching out and asking. I’ve fixed it! It’s simply a teaspoon. HAVE FUN!!!

      • Thank you so much. We are about to start. I’ll let you know how they come out.

        • How exciting! Remember, just a little bit of the flavored powder because it’s potent. Enhance it with food coloring if you want:)

        • The cookies are done, and it appears they are s huge success. We are all eating them for lunch. Shame on us. LOL
          If you can tell me how to post a picture here, I would be happy to show them to you

          Thanks again for your help

        • Ooops. My last post came out under Kelly’s post. Sorry

  5. Where does the vanilla get mixed in? I didn’t see that in the directions but I seen it in the ingredients

    • Looks like I forgot to type that in there! Thank you and I’ve fixed it:) It’s pretty fool proof (that’s how I like my recipes to be) so just add it in with the egg. XO

  6. These look like so much fun to make! I’m putting this on my Summer Bucket List!

  7. Jaime in Morocco says:

    Hi 🙂

    I just came across your blog yesterday and I love the fun colors and photography! 😀 Quick question: I live in Morocco and we don’t have the single serve drink powers of any kind. I DOOOOO, however, have neon food coloring so that’s a plus. Could I use something else instead of the Hawaiian Punch? Maybe the generic fake Koolaid from here? I suppose I’d have to use more as it is not as potent…what do you think? We don’t have Jello over here, either but there are some powdered flan mixes in fruity flavors. Any suggestions?

    • Thank you for your kind words!! I think that you could try any fun flavored powder. The cookie recipe itself is pretty basic, so whatever flavor you use will simply enhance it! Give it a try and let me know how it goes! Have fun XO!

  8. This looks fantastic, Kelly! Did you add food coloring to your cookies or did the Hawaiian Punch mix make the color so vibrant? If you did use food coloring, any idea how much? We are having my little one’s birthday party this weekend. These will be a big hit! Thanks so much for the recipe!

    • I did use food coloring to enhance the cookies:) Just a drop or so because that stuff is pretty potent! Have fun:) XO

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  1. […] Have you noticed that Dollar Tree often carries the little single-serving packets of Hawaiian Punch and other drink mixes?  While I'm not a fan of drinking the sugary results, I do enjoy a good, sugary cookie – so I imagine that this Hawaiian Punch cookie recipe from Kelly at Smart School House would be a much more favorable way for me to consume those packets!  They would make a fun addition to a party spread, as well as a great way to add a little color to everyday occasions.  [how to make Hawaiian Punch cookies] […]

  2. […] Have you noticed that Dollar Tree often carries the little single-serving packets of Hawaiian Punch and other drink mixes?  While I’m not a fan of drinking the sugary results, I do enjoy a good, sugary cookie – so I imagine that this Hawaiian Punch cookie recipe from Kelly at Smart School House would be a much more favorable way for me to consume those packets!  They would make a fun addition to a party spread, as well as a great way to add a little color to everyday occasions.  [how to make Hawaiian Punch cookies] […]