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How to make the BEST Holiday Sugar Cookies

How to make the BEST Holiday Sugar Cookies

How to make the BEST Holiday Sugar Cookies

These are super fun! Love the cookie decorating! You are a pro! Sharing some FB \"like\" love!

I will definitely make these!! Try cream cheese frosting - you will die again!


Oh lord, cream cheese frosting is my downfall. I LOVE THE STUFF.

Hey, if my Mother in Law says it, it must be true, right? These really are the BEST SUGAR COOKIES EVER.

I’m a purist when it comes to my cookies. I like sugar cookies with a heap ton of frosting. But not just any sugar cookies… because that tube of stuff you get from the refrigerated section of the store and that nasty frosting you get from the baking aisle? NO WAY MAN. If I’m going to eat cookies, they better be… well, better than that. Simple ingredients, nothing weird that I can’t pronounce, and plenty of sugar and butter. And these have PLENTY of both.

The cookies are tender and buttery and almost a little bit like shortbread in that they aren’t so sweet that you can’t drown them in a nice royal icing. Because a cookie isn’t a cookie until it’s been subjected to a deluge of crazy sweet icing. MMMMM, icing… I must be pregnant still.

These cookies are great as well because I have used them for a million and one occasions. They are awesome for parties and baby showers, as you can make them thicker and bake them with sticks for lollipop cookies. Or you can make them for the holidays and decorate them any way your heart desires with sprinkles and frosting and candy and whatever.

No matter how you top them, they are amazing. And according to my Mother in Law, the best sugar cookies ever. Which makes them AWESOME in my book.

How to make the BEST Holiday Sugar Cookies The BEST Holiday Sugar Cookies :: Seriously



Meal type



Child Friendly, Freezable


Birthday Party, Christmas


1 1/2 cup Butter (I use salted but it's a personal preference)

1 1/2 cup Granulated Sugar

2 Eggs


Cream the butter and sugar together. Add the eggs and vanilla and mix well. In a separate bowl, mix together your dry ingredients. Add those slowly to the egg mixture and mix well until dough forms up. Don’t over beat!

Turn the dough out onto plastic wrap and chill at LEAST 3hours. This step is crucial because with SO much butter in the cookies, they are going to fall apart if too soft. The hazards of baking with butter I guess.

Flour a board or counter top LIBERALLY and roll out your cookies. If you are planning on making lollipop or flower cookies, make sure they are at least 1/4 of an inch thick to hold the sticks. If you are just doing holiday cookies, you can roll them out a little bit thinner… but if you like thick cookies? Knock your socks off.

*NOTE* Some people are finding that the cookies are too soft when they go to roll them out. If this is the case for you, make sure to LIBERALLY flour the board. The dough will pick up the extra flour and give it a little more body. Or just work in a few more tablespoons of flour into the dough! *

Bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes. Keep an eye on them because you want them to JUST start getting golden around the edges, but not completely brown. I let them sit for a minute or two to set up on the hot tray before transferring them to a rack to cool.

Decorate however you want!! I use a simple frosting recipe of a heap ton of powdered sugar in my mixer, then adding milk until the frosting is the consistency I’d like. Super technical, right?

NOTE *** If you find that your cookies are losing their shape when you cook them, your dough is a little too warm. Put them on the cookie sheet then pop them back in the fridge for a few minutes. **

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Original article and pictures take http://its-fitting.com/2012/11/best-sugar-cookies-ever-according-my-mil/#_a5y_p=4761546 site

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