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I took a picture of the snowflake cookies my daughter and I made using this recipe. Very pretty and yummy. I used the Meringue Powder glaze #188685 to glaze the cookies and then a basic royal icing and decorative sugar to finish. Make sure that the glaze is dry before piping icing. Cookies were delicate and light yet held together perfectly under the weight of all the icing. Thanks for sharing!!
Pretty good sugar cookies! My kids (ages 5 and 22 months) got cookie making kits from Santa (rolling pin, cutters, spoon, whisk) and wanted to make cookies, so I needed a sturdy cookie dough recipe. These were easy to roll out and cut, and the kids had a great time making them and putting sprinkles on them. Thanks for an easy, tasty recipe. They were made last night, and seem to be getting hard already, so 4 stars instead of 5.
I've never ever had sugar cookie cut outs turn out for me till now. They are light and held together perfectly. I did have to kneed some flour into the dough to keep it from sticking to my table but it all worked in the long run. i'm thinking it has to do with the heat in my house. I iced them with with a recipe i found in an old cook book of mine. Thanks for sharing! I will use this recipe again. BTW, we got 6 dozen cookies from this recipe. I made this for 123 Hit wonders Dec 08
Easy peasy quicky cookies. I also do not normally make any type of roll-out cookie, but I just had to give it a try. These were great! I even included some in my Cookie Swap package! I frosted them with Cookie Frosting as I did not have the powder, but I will try that next time. I have half the dough waiting in the freezer for later, so I will update my review when I try them from the freezer. Made and Reviewed for 123 Hit Wonders Tag - Thanks! :)
I am not a great cookie maker, but had my 2 kids as helpers today. We made animals out of the dough, which rolled out great, and topped them off with some orange frosting. A nice keeper of a recipe. Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders.
I don't usually make cut out cookies but my son wanted to make some. I chose this recipe and I'm glad. These are very light, flaky, and pretty yummy. I painted mine with egg yolk paint and sprinkled with sugar for Valentine's Day. They rolled out pretty nicely. The only change I made was to add 1/2 teaspoon of salt. I will be making these cookies again.