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Hanukkah Sugar Cookies

Hanukkah Sugar Cookies recipe
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A rich butter and cream cheese cookie dough is rolled out, cut into holiday shapes, sprinkled with colored sugar and baked for a festive treat.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
3 hr 25 min
servings
total:
About 4-1/2 doz. or 27 servings, 2 cookies each
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posted:
12/26/2005
If I could give this recipe a -5 stars I would. It was absolutely horrible. The cookies, were rubbery and tasted like floury paste.....just so bad! My kids wouldn't even eat them. I threw them all down the garabage disposal and made regular sugar cookies. Don't bother with this one!
posted:
12/14/2005
I made this with my children, not only was it super easy, the kids loved it, AND it was tasty! We made our own icing.
posted:
11/29/2005
I loved this recipe, I use to make sugar cookies with my grandma and these taste just as good. Plus the recipe is so easy and the cookies stay soft. I like to put cake frosting on the tops of them which makes them yummier. I buy vanilla frosting and stir in a little food color to give it a more festive look.
posted:
11/17/2005
I ROLLED THE DOUGH A LITTLE THINNER THAN WHAT WAS CALLED FOR AND THE COOKIE WAS A LITTLE CRISPER. I WOULD MAKE AGAIN
posted:
5/23/2005
This recipe was disgusting. It did not taste very good at all. I would not make this cookie again.
posted:
12/15/2004
I recently made these for Hanukkah, and they were terriffic. I made them ahead of time and froze them and then frosted them the night beofre my party. I have already made it again for another party this coming up weekend!
posted:
12/14/2004
Really delicious, but the dough is extremely soft and must be kept COLD or the cookies will lose their shape. I needed to use LOTS of powdered sugar (instead of flour) to roll them out, but it added a nice sweetness. I suggest refrigerating the dough in 5 small balls in the fridge and using just one ball at a time. Also, putting the cookie sheets in the fridge while you're waiting to put them in the oven helps.
posted:
12/14/2004
This is very good many people shoud try it.
posted:
12/12/2004
I could eat these cookies forever!! Very good recipe *******
posted:
12/11/2004
This is the first recipe out of a few I've tried that I can actually roll out and work with! It does taste a bit pastry like, but it has a mild, nice flavour. It would be nice if it tasted like a traditional sugar cookie, but it's so nice to be finally able to roll out the dough and use the cookie cutters. I will be making this again.
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