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My son has an egg allergy. Every year I watch him watch family eat Christmas cookies. This year I was determined to find and make eggless ones. These cookies were delicious, and he had a blast using the cookie cutters. The cookies can be crispy or soft depending on how long you leave them in. Great recipe. Thank you.
These came out all too perfect. I just added about an extra 1/4 cup of flour and the dough was tasty and had a perfect consistency! made them into small balls and baked for exactly 7 1/2 minutes. fluffy, soft, and made the house smell amazing!
Really good cookies! I was looking for an eggless recipe because I ran out of eggs and wanted to make cookies. I found this recipe and I'm lucky I did. I added cocoa powder to make them chocolate. I also added extra vanilla because I LOVE vanilla. I cooked them for maybe 6 min, barely anything because I wanted them soft and chewy. I didn't have to worry because they have no eggs. Give it a try very good.
It's amazing I didn't eat the entire bowl of cookie dough! So delicious. The cookies turned out great. I only put 1 tsp of vanilla in, and I think I'll stick with that for future use. So glad I've found a sugar cookie recipe that'll let me indulge in cookie dough without having to worry about risks of eating raw eggs.
I'll start with suggestions, refrigerate dough for easy handling and leave in oven for the lower time if you want your cookies to be on the softer side, just crispy around the edges . overall- I thought it was an awesome sugar cookie recipe- eggless or not, even without my vanilla adaptions (see below)! I hate sugar cookies that taste floury or like butter cookies- I thought these cookies were light, sugary and beautiful. The extra vanilla is a nice touch and it was the only thing I adjusted as the recipe suggested, to taste. I blended three varieties of vanilla – vanilla beans, regular vanilla extract, and a Latino version of vanilla extract from the Dominican Republic.
I wanted to make cookies for my sister and parents for Christmas, but my parents are allergic to eggs. I tried this and ended up with a full 28 small ones. I stuck an MnM inside each one. Within 10 minutes, my sister had taken three, my dad had taken two, and my mom and taken one. They were an instant success at my house! I can testify to these being a great recipe. Now my only problem is how to keep them from disappearing!
These were my first time making an eggless cookie. They were really good! Had to add quite a bit more flour than called for in order to make the dough correct; and I decreased to 3t the vanilla. They were perfect! We're going to frost them tomorrow with a traditional buttercream.
Simple, fast and tasty.
I added some cocoa and cinnamon to the flour for a chocolate version, just a couple of teaspoons- they were delicious
This recipe was really good :) I modified it slightly and made snickerdoodle cookies with this recipe. It was really nice to find a recipe that doesnt call for eggs.
I originally tried this recipe because these are the only ingredients my boyfriend has at his house. However, I was pleasantly surprised. The cookies turned out delicious! And they were super quick and easy to make.