Old-Fashioned Butter Cookies. Passed down for four generations, these buttery sugar cookies bring back fond memories of Grandma's cookie jar. Tested & Approved. What does this mean? When you see this badge, you know it will be good! These are the recipes that have passed our test. Learn More Print *
old fashioned butter cookies These buttery cookies can be dipped in chocolate and sprinkled with coconut or chopped nuts after being baked or can be sprinkled with colored sugars before baking. Use your favorite cookie cutter shapes to suit the occasion.
My mother insisted that my grandmother write down one recipe for her when she got married in 1942. She needed to know this how to make peanut butter cookies from scratch recipe. That was a real effort because Grandma was a traditional pioneer-type cook who used "a little of this or that 'til it feels right." This treasured recipe is the only one she ever wrote down!
Old-fashioned Butter Cookies December 7, 2016. When I was growing up, our sometime babysitter Shirley loved baking. I can still see her, arms crossed behind her back, sensible shoe tapping, peering through her black-rimmed glasses through the window of our 1970s wall oven. Shirley shooed us away from the raw dough, convinced we’d die of raw ...
This recipe for old-fashioned peanut butter cookies packs in twice the peanut butter and adds peanut butter chips!
I used to love the butter cookies they sold in my high school cafeteria. I've been looking for the recipe and this comes very close (if my poor old memory serves me right). These might be a little more tender than the CPS butter cookies but they're close enough for me!
Over a large bowl, sift together all-purpose flour, baking powder, salt, sugar. Cut in butter and blend with a pastry blender until mixture resembles cornmeal. Stir in lightly beaten egg, cream, and vanilla. ... Old Fashioned Sugar Cookies in a Jar. Rum Sugar Cookies. Old Fashioned Sugar Cookies II. Mrs. Schaller's Sugar Cookies. Sugar Cookies ...
Old-Fashioned Peanut-Butter Cookies. If you have a jar of peanut butter in the house, you can make these simple cookies right now. With just a handful of pantry staples and a half an hour, you can bake up a batch of these classics for an after school treat or a fuss free dessert. We prefer to use chunky peanut butter but if creamy is all you ...
Four Ingredient CPS Lunchroom Butter Cookies If you grew up in Chicago and attended a CPS school then you are more than likely familiar with the classic CPS lunchroom butter cookies that you used to be able to buy at lunch.
These basic old-fashioned sugar cookies are flattened with the bottom of a sugar-coated glass. The dough should be refrigerated for at least 2 hours before you shape and bake them. This vanilla cookie is a good base for seasonal decorations, and it is an easy preparation.