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Our Softest Sugar Cookies

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Sugar and spice and everything nice, that’s what soft sugar cookies are made of. Sour cream is the ingredient to thank for these pillowy confections.
15 min
1 hr 27 min
72 servings, 1 cookie each
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The dough was very stiff and difficult to work with. After taking the first batch out of the oven I disposed of the remaining dough because the cookies just weren't good enough for all the effort it took to make them. I should have read the reviews before I decided to make them.
WE used to call these sour cream softies, but with much less nutmeg.Probably will not try them after reading the commets.
I am very hesitant to make this recipe based on the previous comments. Kraft should re-evaluate this recipe, especially the amount of nutmeg that goes into it. I know my family members are not a fans of nutmeg. I was very excited to try this one but now -- not so much!
This cookie recipe is the worst tasting, what a waste of ingredients. This site should test these recipes before putting them on the site. Tastes and looks like nutmeg buns. YUK. We shouldn't have to fix these recipes to make them edible. Please omit this recipe so others don't waste there time and ingredients.
2 tsp of Nutmeg is way to much, If you make these cookies either cut back on the Nutmeg or don't use it at all and when making the icing you need to add more then 2Tbsp of milk, other then that the cookies turned out ok.
I did cut down the nutmeg, I used about half and I liked the slight nutmeg taste. However, the cookies didn't turn out very well. They weren't soft, they were doughy.
BE VERY CAREFUL! 2 tsp of Nutmeg is WAY too much, at first I thought it was an error on my part - but The nutmeg is overwhelming. So I had to throw the batch out and start fresh - with NO nutmeg. 2 tsp is ALOT of nutmeg - 1/2 tsp is probably what it should say. Kraft you need to revise this recipe.
Eliminated nutmeg all together, added 1 and 1/2 tsp vanilla. Rolled into balls (made them look better, but the lumpy ones still tasted great). Frosted with simple buttercream--spectacular, soft, great flavor. A keeper.
I made these exactly like recipe, the taste of nutmeg was so overhwelming, didn't like them at all. Wouldn't make again.
Nutmeg made the cookies have a weird taste. It just wasn't what I was expecting a sugar cookie to taste like.
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