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Sugar Cookie Cutouts

Sugar Cookie Cutouts recipe
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Grab the sprinkles and your rolling pin and rock these gorgeous (and delicious) Sugar Cookie Cutouts. Check out the choco-orange and spiced variations too.
20 min
1 hr 2 min
21 servings, 2 cookies each
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I read the reviews before baking these today with great apprehension. I even had my stand by recipe which I always used previously just in case. To my surprise, these did not stick even to my rolling pin. I followed directions except used almond extract in lieu of vanilla. I made sure I floured my rolling pin as well as cutting board. Had no cookie cutters so used a glass. They came out awesome!!!! Would definitely recommend & glad I took the chance. Wicked easy to make & had everything in house except cream cheese
It's true...if it's not broken, don't fix it. Sticking to my 30 year Recipe! Worst Sugar Cookie recipe I've ever tried! Even put the dough in the freezer to chill...within 3 minutes of roll out, it's so gooey you cannot cut it with cookie cutters. Thought the idea of using Cream Cheese was interesting, but waste of $$$ on ingredients and time.
Great base sugar cookie recipe . I use it for a lot of different cookies
My son and I make these cookies about 3 times a year and they are by far our most favorite sugar cookie!!! Unfortuanately, we have a bad habit of eating the uncooked dough, BUT since there are no raw ingredients, I don't worry about my son getting sick. :-)
This is the only recipe I use for sugar cookies, it is easy to make and tastes great!!!!!
I've been using this recipe for years and it is absolutely fabulous! The cookies turn out soft and just melt in your mouth. When I make mine I usually use a royal icing and decorate them and they turn out beautiful!
I have been making these cookies for at least 5 years and they are alway's a hit. Love them!!
just made these for christmas. these are horrible!!!
I have one of those old rollers that you can place cold water into. The same might work with bottle filled with cold water. You could try spraying your roller with some cooking spray if you are using a wood roller.
Although the flavor was pleasant, there was absolutely no way for me to roll & cut out this dough...too sticky! I tried the tricks with adding flour and refrigerating longer - but it just didn't work! I rolled into circles and cooked anyway. Although the flavor was good, don't expect to be able to roll & cut these out!
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