9 Reviews

Good recipe, but a few issues. First of all, you need to use about 2 cups of flour because the dough is too sticky if you don't. Secondly, the recipe doesn't say how much vanilla to use. I went with 1/2 a tsp since it is a small amount of dough. Thirdly, when you flatten the cookies with a fork, you should dip it in some flour, or sugar is even better. Lastly, there is a major flaw in the directions. The last sentence says, "Cool for 2 minutes in the oven...." Cool in the oven? Hello!

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Mccaphrey March 28, 2014

I am eating the cookie dough as we speak ! one thin i did do was add pumpkin pie spice (to taste) and i am making one big cookie on a pizza pan. I am going to have to extend the cooking time so i am keeping an eye on it but i will def. let u know how it taste cooked. lol btw i didnt have sour cream so i used like an extra tbsp of milk. and i also started out by creaming the butter and sugar together then adding in the baking soad and powder and everything else.

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Rachel M. November 20, 2013

These are actually pretty good. I didn't have sugar so I used splenda and they are a little sweet made that way but not overly. I will probably make these again.

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Chels1411 March 30, 2009

My son has egg alergies and he has never eaten a cook I have made. I made them when he was sleeping. I didn't use any baking powder because I didn't have any. The cookies still came out real good. I didn't space them far enough apart so some bunched together. I used heart shaped cookie cutters. When my son woke up he ate one. He said mom these cookies are real good! Thanksfor the recipe.

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zito345 February 10, 2009

these are really quite delicious cookies, and it's impossible to miss the eggs. i have made them many times and they always turn out great - a wonderful crispy airy consistency. i rarely have sour cream lying around, so i just use milk as substitute. thanks for a great recipe! i will happily continue making it. :)

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butterscotchgirl July 22, 2008

I love sweets and cookies, but I don't always have eggs. Now I can have cookies anytime! Easy recipe. They were very tasty! Thanks for sharing!

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Kyene January 09, 2008

Great Cookies. I changed it a bit since my son has a milk allergy too. I omitted the sour cream and doubled the milk, but used Silk Soy Milk. I used Fleischmens marg. sticks in place of the butter. They were so good. This is the first cookie my one year old has ever had. Very easy to make

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dkcraney December 23, 2007

I baked these last night to give them a try. Very simple recipe and VERY delicious cookies! I will be using this recipe again and again. Thanks for posting it!

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LuvviLoo December 14, 2006

OMG! These are SOOOOOO good!! I don't normally make sugar cookies because I think they're boring. I made these for my hubby's aunt who is allergic to eggs. I froze the dough to bake them next week for Christmas, but baked about a dozen cookies to have now. It's a good thing I only did a dozen or else I'd have to make another batch because I'd be eating them all! Thank you for a wonderful cookie recipe!

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CulinaryQueen December 13, 2006
Eggless Crisp Sugar Cookies