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      Recipes — sugar cookies

      Nostalgic Sugar Cookies

      Nostalgic Sugar Cookies

      Do any of you have that friend that everything they touch turns to gold?  I do:). My dearest friend Rebecca, truly IS, the most talented lady I know.  Everything she bakes, cooks, photographs... turns to gold! We were neighbors, just across the street. There was a worn path from our home to hers.  Really, we considered her and her family, our family. It was a magical time. My most beloved and cherished recipes come from her.  She now lives far away, but every time I use one of her recipes, its like she's still JUST across the street. Do any of you have a recipe that takes you back to a magical place?

      Oh, and yeah, these really are the best sugar cookies you'll EVER bake:). You won’t be disappointed. Every bite is filled with that perfect vanilla, buttery, soft sweet goodness, you deserve from the perfect sugar cookie.

      Every Christmas we have a holiday cookie decorating party. My boys would always ask, “When are we having our cookie party?” Now my niece’s and nephew’s littles are asking. Everyone has their favorite cookie cutter. I have collected too many through the years. But some how they all get used:). I love traditions at Christmas. So fun to make and even better to eat! 

       

      Ingredients

      • 4 cups flour
      • 1 tsp. baking powder
      • 1/2 tsp salt
      • 1 cup butter
      • 2 beaten eggs
      • ¼ cup milk
      • 1 tsp Madagascar Vanillapura extract
      • 1 heaping cup of sugar
      • 1 tsp soda

       

      Instructions

      1. Mix flour, baking powder, salt, and butter, until you get a cornmeal texture.

      2. In a separate bowl, add well beaten eggs, milk, vanillapura. Mix in the soda with the sugar. Beat all ingredients together.

      3.Pour the sugar mixture into the flour mixture. Add just enough flour to the dough to make it workable. Roll out onto a floured surface and cut into desired shapes.

      4. Bake @ 375 degrees for 8 minutes.