Monday, December 15, 2008

It's how we roll

The girls and I make sugar cookies every year at Christmas. Mostly because Razor's mother got Licious hooked on them a few years back. And because they taste good. Even the raw cookie dough is good. So I'm told anyway.




::Blink:: ::Blink::

What??

Wasn't me. Didn't do it.












Click on the recipe image above to get a bigger printable version.

Got any cookie recipes you wanna share?

-dana

19 comments:

cindy said...

The cookie dough is the best part! (Not that I'm saying it was you! LOL)

tara said...

The girls and I made cookies yesterday, 5 kinds. It was fun but who knew it would take 4 hours. We didnt make sugar cookies though (that is for the 19th) so I will get to use your recipe. Yum.
The last time my eldest and her gma made sugar cookies they only ended up with 6 baked cookies. Thats alot of raw dough.

Miranda said...

Those look sooo yummy, the boys and i will be doin the same thing when the oldest is out for christms break, sugar cookies, fudge, oatmeal cookies (those are papa's favorite) peanut butter cookies for dad and snickerdoodles for me. That is the recipe i want to share.
Snickerdoodles
items needed:
2c soft shortening
3c sugar
4 eggs
5 1/2 sifted flour
4 tsp cream of tartar
2tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
Mix thoroughly the shortening,sugar and eggs, then stir in the flour, cream of tartar, baking soda, and salt
Chill doug 1-2 hrs
roll dough into balls the size of walnuts and roll them into a mixture of sugar and cinnamon
Bake at 500 degrees F for 8-10 min, makes about 8 doz.
Enjoy

Elissa said...

mike is hoping to do cookies with the boys this weekend. am marking this recipe for him, in case he wants to try it! btw, thanks for the compliment you left me last week. (insert happy blushing) nothing like getting a little ego trip for christmas!

Sarah Pead said...

This comment has nothing to do with the sugar cookies. It actually has something to do with a bowl that is in the background of the fourth picture in this post. Yeah...the one with the apples in it with the fruit painted on the side of it. I have the same exact bowl! I found it at a great antique mall here in Indy. You and I are waaay too alike. It's just nutty!

Sabra said...

MMMMM, on so many levels. Cookies, kid finger marks, holidays... MMMMM. Here's a link to some scrumptios chocolate yumm-o's.

Sabra said...

http://ihavetosay.typepad.com/randi/2008/12/post-1.html

Anita said...

What fun. I don't have a cookie recipe, but I usually make Magic Bars or sometimes they are called 7 layer bars. I have posted the pie I usually make on my blog. It is a Coconut Pecan Pie and if you'd like to try it you can find it here: http://anitas-bedofroses.blogspot.com so enjoy.

tam said...

Gotta love that cookie dough! LoL! Thanks for the recipe-I am always looking for the best cookie recipes.
~Big Giant Smiles~Tam!

Fuji Mama said...

Ooooh, I LOVE cookie dough of all varieties! I made chocolate chip cookies last night and ended up not wanting a cookie once they came out of the oven because I was already full on dough. Bad, I know! :-)

Amy @ Park City Girl said...

Yummy! you are for more patient than I. . . I don't do the rolled out cookies :) maybe when the kids are bigger. . . maybe

King family said...

Thanks for the recipe as I bought the pillsbury sheets for grandchildren to decorate cookies. They looked so pretty I thought the plate of cookies could make a cute Christmas card. It would say, Have a SWEET Christmas. Ha. Your recipe surely will be cheaper for us. Thanks. We have a picture of them on my blog.
gabbys-portfolio.blogspot.com

Amylouwho said...

I'm not one to have a lot of patience for rolling out cookies - but I think I'll be giving these a try. They look scrump-diddly-umptious! The last cookie recipe you shared was also AWESOME. Cinnamon frosting was supposed to go ON the cookies?? oh.

I ditto the snickerdoodle recipe. Those are my favorite.

www.GoingGreenInk.com said...

We are planning to try out this recipe tomorrow :)
Thank you for sharing it!
Best wishes,
Rebecca

babalisme said...

thank you for the recipe!

I'm not much of a baker but I'll try this one!

And thank you for the Rudolph song!

I love it!

kirsten said...

we're going to be making these soon, as well! i can't wait!

Jessica said...

This recipe looks so yummy- I love baking with sour cream!

Pearl Maple said...

How could anyone resist sugar cookies this time of year. Isn't licking the bowl one those those decadent childhood memories.

Enjoying your fun Christmas melody mix.

The Homely Animal said...

I've got 2 on my blog that I'd love to share. Aunt Susan's Oatmeal cookies and Soft Ginger cookies. Both are just fabulous.
I just love to keep reading what you're up to! Where is Sven?
BTW did you like the sticky buns?
H.A.