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Jubilee Jumble Cookies

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Jubilee Jumble Cookies are a sweet and delicious treat that everyone is sure to love! They have a soft, cake-like texture and are topped with a rich and nutty burnt butter frosting!


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These delicious cookies have a soft and cake-like texture that makes them irresistible. They’re not too dense or too crumbly, but just the right balance between the two.

The burnt butter frosting adds a rich, nutty flavor that’s not too sweet, but just the right amount of richness to make these cookies a delicious treat.

This Jubilee Jumble Cookies recipe is easy to follow. Even if you’re a beginner baker, you’ll be able to make these cookies with ease.

These cookies are great for any occasion, whether you’re looking for a sweet snack to enjoy, or you want to bring a batch to a potluck or party. They’re sure to be a hit with everyone!

You can make jumble jubilee cookies ahead of time and have a convenient treat to have on hand when you’re craving something sweet.


cookie batter in bosch mixing bowl


What are Jubilee Jumble Cookies?

Jubilee Jumble Cookies are a delightful cake-like cookie that is perfect for any occasion. 

These cookies have a soft texture and a rich, buttery flavor that makes them a favorite among cookie lovers. 

This cookie recipe is versatile and can be served for breakfast, as a snack, or as a dessert. 

They are perfect for sharing with friends and family and can be made ahead of time and frozen for later.


Cookie dough balls on cookie sheet


What Ingredients are in Jubilee Jumble Cookies?

The ingredients used in this great recipe are simple and easy to find at your local grocery store.

  • Salted butter: used as the base for the cookie dough and adds a rich, buttery flavor.
  • Brown sugar: gives the cookies a moist texture and adds a caramel-like flavor.
  • White sugar: adds sweetness to the cookie dough.
  • Large Eggs: help bind the dough together and give the cookies structure.
  • Evaporated milk: adds richness and moisture to the cookie dough.
  • Vanilla: adds a delicious, sweet flavor to the cookie dough.
  • Baking soda: helps the cookies rise and gives them a light, fluffy texture.
  • Salt: enhances the flavor of the cookie dough.
  • All-purpose flour: used as the main dry ingredient and gives the cookies structure.

For the burnt butter glaze you’ll need:

  • Butter: used for the burnt butter frosting and adds a rich, nutty flavor.
  • Powdered sugar: used for the frosting and adds sweetness and texture.
  • Evaporated milk: used for the frosting and adds richness and moisture to the mixture.

Pro Tips:

  • Room temperature butter will cream better with the sugars, resulting in a fluffier and lighter texture for the cookies.
  • Use a tsp vanilla that is pure vanilla extract for best results.


Baked cookies on a cookie sheet


How to Make Jubilee Jumble Cookies

These soft cookies have a warm flavor that truly deserves a gold medal! Here’s how to make them!

  1. Cream: Cream butter and sugars together in a stand mixer until light and fluffy.
  2. Combine: Mix wet and dry ingredients and combine flour, blending well between each addition.
  3. Cook: Bake the cookies until golden brown on the bottoms.
  4. Make: And don’t forget that fantastic browned-butter frosting on the top of each cookie! So yummy!

Pro Tips:

  • Overmixing the dough can result in tough cookies, so be sure to mix the wet and dry ingredients together just until they’re combined.
  • Using a cookie scoop ensures that all the cookies are the same size, which means they’ll bake evenly.
  • Use parchment paper on your baking sheets for an easier clean up!
  • No need to chill dough! They can go straight from the bowl to the ungreased cookie sheet.
  • Heat oven before you need it so you don’t have to wait.


Burnt Butter frosting in a bowl, whipped


How to Make Burnt Butter Frosting

These jubilee jumbles are an original recipe that would not be complete without a yummy browned butter glaze!

  1. Brown the butter in a saucepan until it has a lovely brown color.
  2. Mix the browned butter with powdered sugar and evaporated milk until the frosting has a spreadable consistency.

Pro Tips:

  • If you want to add a little extra flavor to the burnt butter frosting, try adding a pinch of cinnamon. It adds a warm and cozy flavor to the cookies.
  • Add frosting after the cookies have cooled so it doesn’t run off.


cookies on a cooling rack frosted and ready to eat.


Are Jubilee Jumble Cookies the Same as Snickerdoodles?

No, Jubilee Jumble Cookies are not the same as Snickerdoodles. 

Jubilee Jumble Cookies have a cake-like texture and a rich, buttery flavor. 

Snickerdoodles have a crispy texture and are coated in cinnamon sugar.


close up of cookies on a cooling rack with burnt butter frosting.


Can You Make Jubilee Jumble Cookies Ahead of Time?

Yes, Jubilee Jumble Cookies can be made ahead of time. 

You can store the cookies in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 5 days.

Can You Freeze Jubilee Jumble Cookies?

Yes, Jubilee Jumble Cookies can be frozen. 

Once the cookies have cooled completely, place them in an airtight container or freezer bag.

Thaw the cookies at room temperature before serving.


two frosted cookies on counter with cooling rack full of cookies in background.


How to Store Jubilee Jumble Cookies

To store Jubilee Jumble Cookies, place them in an airtight container at room temperature. 

You can layer the cookies with wax paper to prevent them from sticking to each other.

If you store them in a cookie jar, just be sure it’s airtight to prevent them from drying out.


3 cookies stacked up with a single cookie stacked up against them.


How Long Do Jubilee Jumble Cookies Last?

Jubilee Jumble Cookies will last for up to 5 days when stored in an airtight container at room temperature.

They can be frozen for up to 3 months.


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More Easy Cookie Recipes You’ll Love…

Jubilee Jumble Cookies are a delicious and indulgent treat that are perfect for any occasion. 

Easily make these cookies at home and impress your friends and family with your baking skills. 

So go ahead and give these Jubilee Jumble Cookies a try – your taste buds will thank you!


Yield: 60 Cookies

Jubilee Jumble Cookies

zoomed in image of cookies on counter with a bite removed from one cookie

Jubilee Jumble Cookies are a vintage cake like cookie topped with burnt butter frosting. A family favorite that will take you back in time.

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 20 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes


  1. Preheat oven to 350*F
  2. In a stand mixer, blend butter, brown sugar and white sugar together for 3-5 minutes until nice and fluffy.
  3. Add eggs and mix well, scraping sides of bowl as needed.
  4. Add evaporated milk and vanilla to the mixture and blend well.
  5. Add baking soda and salt and mix well.
  6. Add flour 1 cup at a time blending well after each addition.
  7. Using a cookie scoop, scoop 12 cookies onto a cookie sheet (cookies will expand).
  8. Bake in a preheated oven for 10 minutes then let cool.
  9. Cookies should puff up and be cake like - not flat.
  10. Once all cookies are baked, make the brown butter frosting.
  11. In a small saucepan add 2 Tablespoons of butter.
  12. Cook butter over medium heat until butter is a lovely brown color.
  13. Pour browned butter into a bowl and add powdered sugar.
  14. Blend well with a hand mixer.
  15. Add evaporated milk 1 Tablespoon at a time, mixing well after each addition until the frosting is a spreadable consistency - not too thin, not too thick.
  16. Frost each cookie and allow the frosting to harden.


When storing, use wax paper between each layer to prevent cookies from sticking to each other.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 79Total Fat: 3gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 13mgSodium: 63mgCarbohydrates: 13gFiber: 0gSugar: 9gProtein: 1g

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