Thank you for the amazing cookie suggestions! Hope you all find them helpful to add to your holiday traditions!
- a Used this sugar cookie recipe a couple weekends ago with my 4 year old. You dona t have to chill the dough, which was awesome since my son is not patient at all. Just used milk, powdered sugar and little bit of vanilla for the frosting. They turned out great.a
- a She had a cult following of celebrities and a local shop in Washingtona (another SmartHER reader agreed!)
- a My favorite recipe… Super soft and best part is you don’t have to refrigerate!a
- “You can’t go wrong with recipes from Sally’s baking addiction!”
- From Robyn:
“The recipes are old family favorites. The cookie recipe is an old Junior League recipe & the frosting comes from Better Homes & Garden. You do not need to freeze or refrigerate the dough. It is easy & so delicious. Just remember to dip cutters in flour before cutting & try to roll dough evenly for best baking results. Honestly, ita s all about the time together & the memories made & the fingers (& mouths & noses) covered in frosting & sprinkles. Such a beautiful time in your childrena s lives!”
4 cups of flourA3/4 tsp of salt
4 tsp of baking powder
1 cup of sugar
A1/2 cup margarine or butter
A1/2 cup milk
1 tsp vanilla
In a small bowl, mix 2 cups of the flour with salt, baking powder and set aside.
In large bowl, cream margarine and sugar.
Add eggs, milk & vanilla.Gradually mix dry ingredients into wet.
The dough will be sticky and moist.
Add remaining two cups flour to make dough easy to handle.
Roll out and cut with cookie cutters.
Bake on ungreased sheet at 350 degrees for 8 minutes.
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