By AngelaTN on February 09, 2005
Photo by AngelaTN
Photo by AngelaTN
"Are you tired of sugar cookie dough that will not roll out properly? Dough's too sticky? That won't cut-out properly? Are you tired of sugar cookies that are too fragile to decorate? If so, then this is the recipe for you. I have the world's worst luck with sugar cookies. 3 years in a row I had great intentions of making cutout sugar cookies for my Christmas baskets. Inevitably, I failed. One year, the dough was way too sticky. Another, the cookies just feel apart. Then I found this recipe. These cookies roll out and cut beautifully, they bake evenly, and they are sturdy enough to frost and decorate yet still taste heavenly. Even my 3yo could not mess these up! And yes, I checked this against all the other sugar cookie recipes on this site -- it's different. And delicious!"
Serving Size: 1 (921 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Finally...a cut-out sugar cookie success!! Like Angela I have tried many a recipe to only spell FAILURE! Thank heavens I tried one more time. Made this recipe yesterday as a good cut-out cookies is tradition for Christmas. They looked beautiful and tasted really good. Thank-you for submitting this recipe it will now be a tradition every year in my home."
"This is the recipe I have been searching for! It is so easy and the cookies taste great. They roll out perfect and I make them for Christmas, bake sales, and class parties! Perfection!"
"I send these out to my friend in Fl & they arrived in perfect shape.I was so happy.The only thing I change was that I use 1/2 tsp vainilla & 1/2 tsp almond ext. I love this recipe"
"Excellent cookie. Rolled out perfectly (I did let it rest on the counter for 1/2 hr. 1st because I made the dough the day before) but after that it was great. I baked them for 10 min. per tray and they came out looking beautiful with the xmas sprinkles on them. Taste great too, a welcome addition to my xmas cookie platter. Thanks very much Angela"
"Very good, sturdy sugar cookies. They aren't overly sweet on their own, which is good, since you'll add decorative sugar, or glaze them. I baked them for 8 - 9 minutes (we like a softer cookie). "
"I'm a person who hates baking cookies. But when we needed some for a birthday party these were so easy and totally failproof. They didn't break much (I used a delicate shape) and tasted delicious"