By kittycatmom on November 08, 2008
Photo by CoffeeB
Photo by CoffeeB
"My DH told me a story about cookies that his Mom and Grandma used to make.... they don't really have a name, he calls them "Grandma" cookies! His Grandma called them Sweet Milk Cookies. Either way, they are just delicious. I have no idea where this recipe is from as DH had it scribbled on a piece of paper. Recipe is from about the 1930's to 1940's. **These are best when frosted."
Serving Size: 1 (918 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Made these for KK's Cookie Exchange Event. These made up into very nice and tasty taste treats, frosted with a nice cinnamon sugar frosting. Everyone here raved as did the people who received them in their gift baskets. Thank you for a nice recipe, and please thank your dear husband for saving it."
"these are a definate MMMmmmmmmm! I also added in 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon because I love that flavor of cinnamon! I used 1 cup sugar and it was the perfect sweetness for us, great cookie recipe Kitty and one I will make again, this was made for KK's forum Cookie Exchange event"
"A great tasting cookie. Very easy to make. My cookies turned out a little brown, but still a great cookie. My company loved them. Thanks for the great recipe, that I will be making again."
"MMMMmmmmm, these are a nummy little decadence that truly live up to their name. Kind of remind me of a nutmeg crisp cookie that I have posted but only because of the great taste of nutmeg that comes thru nicely in this cookie. A soft type cookie which I'm surprised about because normally when I add cream of tarter to a cookie, they come out more crisp. I"m going to make another batch of these so I can use up the rest of my can of sweetened condensed milk. I did use a low-fat version of the milk, just to make myself feel better:-) Oh and I followed your directions for the sugar amount by only using 3/4 cup. I believe that's plenty too. I chose to roll the dough into balls and flatten slightly b/f baking instead of rolling out and using cookie-cutters. Thanks for a great all around cookie Debi~ Made for HolidayTag."