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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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After years and multiple recipes in search for a "great" sugar cookie, I have finally found it. This recipe was so much fun to make. We made a batch and took it to a Valentines party. We also had enough dough that we were able to make some the next day as a Sunday afternoon snack. I used the heart shaped cookie cutters and red sugar, red gel, pink icing and left some the cookies plain. Everyone loved them and the hostess asked to keep the rest so she could share with her Sunday School class. I will use this recipe for Easter as well with bunny/easter egg cutouts. Great recipe!!
I LOVE THIS RECIPE!!! It was great for my pregnancy craving of eating cookie dough. This cookie dough has no egg in it, so it is safe to eat uncooked. {Silly cravings! :-)} Now, my babies and I cook them for the whole family to eat!!! These also taste great with just a simple tub of store bought frosting. My daughter loves to decorate them.
I love this recipe, it is very easy to handle and taste delicious. I melted semi-sweet chocolate chips and made dipped cookies...outstanding.
These are my new favorite for Christmas cutouts. My daughter loved decorating them.
Not much flavor, but good texture. Icing and sugar sprinkles help.
These were great with buttercream frosting!
This is a very good recipe that makes crispy cookies!! However, After refrigerating overnight, the dough was still very sticky and hard to work with; Cookie did not retain it's shape after baking but it is not going to stop me from doing it again!! Really good!! =)
Really good and easy to make. To keep the dough from sticking, put it in the freezer for a little while and sprinkle with flour before rolling it out. It makes it much easier to handle.
The cookies taste wonderful. The dough was pretty hard to work with though (even after refrigeration). I had to add quite a bit of extra flour in order for it not to stick to everything!
This is a quick, fun recipe. I added homemade chocolate icing to this plain recipe, but they really did not need it! I will be making these cookies for Santa this year! Hope everyone has a good Turkey Day and Christmas! Thanks for the Recipe~Megan
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