Trivia nights usually equal baking days and yesterday was no different. The last treat I made for trivia night was delicious, but melty. I decided I needed to make something that was less likely to melt for this week. Of course, this week was a chilly 82 degrees. :) I opted to try these Super Soft Sprinkle Pudding Cookies. They sounded simple, tasty, and less likely to melt. I started by preheating my oven to 350 and softening some butter. I mixed together the butter and sugar. Next, I added in eggs, vanilla, salt, and baking soda. The pudding mix was added next and then the flour. Finally, I added in the sprinkles, scooped them out, and lined them on my cookie sheets. They baked for 8 minutes and were lightly browned. I might consider baking them 7 minutes next time to give them a lighter color. I let them set on the cookie sheets for 3 minutes before moving them to my cooling racks. I packed them up and they were ready for trivia. We had a full team last night and the cookies barely had a chance to leave our table as we devoured them. They were light, soft, and not overly rich- a perfect summer time cookie. Mike and I brainstormed using different flavor puddings and add ins to create a variety of different cookie flavors, as the base recipe was pretty simple to follow. I'm glad I found this recipe and will definitely be making it or a variation again.