This recipe for sugar cookies is probably the only recipe you will ever need. It is so simple, easy to follow, and the dough doesn’t require chilling before rolling. And the best part is, they keep their shape while baked (with only a little bit of expanding). The frosting is also really simple to make and apply, so you will be making these often.
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I like making these snowflake sugar cookies, no matter what time of the year, because I like snow and winter, but also because these are really decorative, and everyone loves them.
When you make this recipe, you will notice how soft and chewy sugar cookies are. But if you want you can bake them a little bit more to get them on the crunchy side.
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- Hazelnut & Chocolate Gluten-Free Cookies
- Double Chocolate & Almonds Cookies
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The Best Sugar Cookies You’ll Ever Make
The dough that you get is suitable for any type of cut-out cookies that you like and can hold a lot of icing/frosting. For this particular recipe, I like using my lemon icing, but you can also use royal icing if you want (Get the recipe for The Lightest Royal Icing Here).
While making this recipe, you might notice that your dough is a little bit sticky, which can happen if your egg is really large. Don’t be alarmed, all you need to do is add a little bit more of flour. When measuring the flour, don’t pack your cup, or the dough will be too dry. If that happens just add a small amount of water (a teaspoon at a time) until you get the right consistency. The consistency should be like the play-doh.
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