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Best Sugar Cookie Recipe?

There is nothing like a fantastic sugar cookie recipe. Don’t buy the roll of Pillsbury Dough, you can make a superb cookie that will remind you of the days when Grandma made them.

Grandma used to sit by the fire and drink her tea and Grandpa used to sip his coffee made from his French Press, before it was trendy. I loved seeing them sit there enjoying the day. When we walked in the house there were smells coming from the kitchen you just couldn’t imagine. The sweet smell of warm sugar cookies invaded your senses. You knew today was going to be a treat.

It was a tradition that we loved every year. The kitchen was filled with flour storms and the counters were sticky from Buttercream frosting. We had tin cookie cutters spread all over the table. I liked the boot best, my sister liked the angel.

Grandma had a special way with those cookies and she handed down the recipe to me. I was to teach my kids how to make these wonderful holiday sweets. It wouldn’t be Christmas time without this recipe of Yummy cookies.
I am publishing it because I want you to delight in the best sugar cookie recipe ever.

Grandma’s Favorite Sugar Cookie

1 cup white sugar
1 cup powdered sugar
1 cup butter
2 eggs beaten
1 tsp cream of tarter
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp vanilla
4 cups flour
½ cup corn oil

Cream the sugars and butter together. Mix the beaten eggs, vanilla and corn oil, in. Add the dry ingredients .Mix all the ingredients well and chill overnight.
Bake at 375 F for 8-10 minutes….DO NOT OVERCOOK.

We used to make the most amusing colors to decorate the cookies, most of them looked inedible. They tasted heavenly, though. We figured if we made them look yucky enough, the adults would leave them alone. We were incorrect. Everyone knew they were Grandma’s well-known sugar cookies from her handed down recipe book. This page was splattered with all sorts of colors. I have that book now. I like making these cookies with my kids.

Grandma’s Favorite Frosting (don’t forget the food coloring)

2 cups of powdered sugar
½ cup butter melted
1 ½ T Milk
1 tsp vanilla

Cream sugar, butter and vanilla. Add a small amount of milk (1 to 2 tablespoons). Beat until fluffy. If frosting is too sweet add a small more milk.

Try it this season. Delight in your family and brew some wonderful tea or coffee and relax. Take the time to make memories with your family or neighbors or friends.

Linda Cramer is the Owner of Oregon Gourmet Foods and Gifts. She is also the co-owner of The Baby Gift Basket Company.
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