I’m still a little wary of Pinterest recipes. It’s not like a cookbook where every recipe is tasted and adjusted and tasted and proofread and all that good stuff. There are no qualifications or checks and balances. It’s a free for all, and you just have to take a chance and hope for the best! Mostly, that just means that I pin a ton of recipes and look at the pretty pictures and drool some, but I’m too nervous to make anything and I usually just forget that those recipes are there at all.
Really cool, huh? I know. I’m ridiculous.
But, let me tell you about these cookies. I’m a sucker for soft sugar cookies. I’ve never found a recipe for soft sugar cookies that produced cookies that were still just as soft, days later. Tammy is a rock star. The queen of the sugar cookie.
My disclaimer: These were a ROYAL pain to roll out and cut. I got so grumpy that I had to quit for a few hours. I came back and pushed on through to the end, and it was entirely worth it. Hands down.
Okay, back to sugar cookies and a Pinterest success. I made these (eggs, bunnies, flowers, and crosses) for the kids’ Easter egg hunt with our neighbors and they were so amazing that I had to give most of them away for fear of eating alllllll of them by myself.
Now, on to the important stuff:
They won’t look very done, but that’s how they should look. Don’t give in to your baker’s heart that wants to leave them in a little longer. They’ll get crunchy if you do. NO BROWNED EDGES AT ALL!
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