Nice and chewy! Great texture and great taste. I subbed 1 TBSP applesauce for part of the butter and I got 24 good size cookies from the batch, which I frosted and sprinkled with decorative sugar. They only lasted a day and a half between 6 people. My kids already asked me to make them again.
These are EXCELLENT and simple! Rolled out so easy, cut some Christmas cookie shapes, baked them and had the grandkids decorate!
Just great little cookies. Very much like the ones sold on qvc. Just frost and decorate.. yummy!!!!!
Nice, easy little cookie. I made the balls -- with a larger scoop but not filling. Got 29 cookies - pressed lightly with a glass, baked 13 minutes the first batch, then 11 minutes -- JUST til a hint of color on the edge. Iced with tubbed buttercream icing and stirred the sprinkles into the icing. DH was really taken. Saving the recipe for future . Thanks for posting, Marg.
I love pound cake and I love sugar cookies, these are very good. DH liked them also. Thanks for posting Marg!
I have tried 20-30 different sugar cookies recipes, and in my opinion these are the best. Slightly crunchy on the outside and soft and cake-like on the inside. I use the mini ice-cream scoop to get all the cookies the same size and bake for 9 minutest at 375 degrees. (I like my cookies a little brown around the edges.) Try them, you'll like them.
Fabulous!! Used a cream cheese butter frosting and red sprinkles and everyone loved them. I'm not an almond extract fan but went ahead anyway and was glad I did. They are crispy on the edges and soft in the center. I used my middle cookie scoop, and dipped the bottom of a glass in sugar to flatten. Made 18 cookies.
Very good! I made two batches. I roll the dough out a little thicker and they were chewy in the middle. My mom loved those. My dad liked the thiner crispier batch.
These tasted GREAT. I used the glass to press flat and the edges got a little too thin. I also used the recommended buttercream frosting and they were a perfect match. Much better than store bought.