Today, Deb Caletti, author of He’s Gone, shares a special family sugar cookie recipe with us. We are hungry just reading the recipe, and you will be, too! This seems like a perfect sweet treat to have around throughout the holidays as guests come and go. Thanks for sharing, Deb!
While these are a favorite cookie of ours for the holidays, whenever you’re in dire need of five gajillion instantly-satisfying fat calories, these are the cookies for you. This recipe has been quelling cookie longing in my family for many years – the original is written in my grandmother’s handwriting on the back of an envelope, which is now frail and taped together and thoroughly splotched with ingredients as a good recipe should be. Unless you want to be eating dough and making cookies all day (and we do have those days), then I’d suggest halving the recipe. Snitching a few of these with a cup of coffee on Thanksgiving morning will start the day off right.
Mom’s Sugar Cookies
1C. powdered sugar
1C. granulated sugar
2 eggs, beaten
2 tsp. vanilla
5 C. flour
1tsp. cream of tartar
¼ tsp. salt
Roll into small balls. Press with cookie press or fancy glass bottom dipped in sugar. Sprinkle sugar on top. Bake in 350 degree oven for 10-12 min.
Stay tuned throughout the week for more recipes from our authors. Next up: Lisa Van Allen!
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