Sugar Cookies

  • jenng315 Posted: 12/28/09
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    I thought this was a great sugar cookie for rolling. I've tried a few others and haven't had as much luck. I always add 1/2 tsp. almond extract to all sugar cookies. My mom did it when I was a child and it's just not a sugar cookie without that hint of almond

  • LisaGK Posted: 12/23/08
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    This is one of the better sugar cookie recipes I've found. The dough is just right for rolling out and cutting into shapes. And it freezes well.

  • LPaladino Posted: 01/06/10
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    These cookies were some of the most delicious sugar cookies that I have had. This will definitely be my go to recipe for rolled/shaped cookies.

  • Trish24184244 Posted: 12/18/09
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    I just made these cookies today, my first time every making a rolled dough cookie. They are awsome! They are sweet enough to eat as is, yet not too sweet if you want to ice your cookies. This recipe will be part of a new holiday tradition for me.

  • deliamacpher Posted: 12/13/09
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    really good. a nice vanilla flavor.. pretty simple..

  • grad2010 Posted: 09/14/09
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    SO GOOD! These are some of the best sugar cookies i have made so far! Perfect during the winter season!

  • SouthernEm Posted: 10/02/09
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    Terrible flavor! If you like a sweet sugar cookie, this is not for you. It tastes very bland, like cardboard. On an upside, it does have a great consistancy and bakes well for shaped cookies. However, the flavor is so terrible, it is still not worth it.

  • lynnruiz Posted: 01/27/10
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    this is a favorite!! roll them in some sugar and cinnamon before baking and they are perfect!!!

  • jwmassey Posted: 12/26/09
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    I made these cookies and it is probably the best cut-out recipe I have ever made. The cookies went fast. Very buttery tasting and the dough held together well when making.

  • ISpyPie Posted: 12/06/10
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    This recipe is ideal for decorated cookies. It holds its' shape at various thicknesses (1/8"-5/8" I didn't try any thicker). The sweetness is just right for pairing with the decorative icings. The dough keeps well too. Any unused dough can be frozen before or after rolling for later use.

  • kisstina Posted: 12/10/11
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    Love these cookies! They remind me of the cookies my mom & I used to make when I was little. I actually used a cookie press to make different Christmas cookie designs. I sprinkled them with red and green sprinkles...just like I did when I was little. FANTASTIC!

  • MrsPugh Posted: 12/19/11
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    Very simple to make, everyone loved them! The recipe made one and half cookie sheets of cut out cookies, approx. 18 cookies, which were all gone by the end of the day!

  • georgia59 Posted: 12/12/11
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    This was the best Sugar cookie recipe I've made and have tried many recipes, this one is PERFECT, add some almond extract as a reviewer had writen, also used this recipe to make my mince pies, using a mini muffin pan, and there were OMG""" out of this world

  • kusurfer Posted: 12/07/12
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    I loved them. I don't understand why people use round cutouts. I roll the dough into a rectangle shape and then cut into squares with the pizza cutter. No working with left over dough. Also do this with biscuits.

  • kati2323 Posted: 04/25/13
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    These got dry after a few minutes, but soften them up with milk, then you have yourself a delicious cookie. It wasn't too sweet, but not bland as another reviewer previously said. I might also make these for my daughter's birthday class treat.

  • sletkeman Posted: 12/22/12
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    The perfect sugar cookie!

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