Amish Sugar Cookies
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Bake: 10 min./batch
Makesabout 5 dozen
Love these Biscuits can't stop at one which is lucky as they make about 55-60. I sometimes add zest of a Lemon which I think is a nice change.
I really enjoyed these cookies. They are simple - not fancy at all. But that's part of what makes them so good! I love varying the recipe at times with different flavors of extract (substituting for the vanilla). So good!
Absolutely delicious. Light and soft like a shortbread cookie. Here are my additions to this delicious recipe. I added 2 1/2 teas vanilla, 1 1/2 teas almond extract, 1/2 teas salt, took small 2 in glass dipped in water, then dipped in bowl of different colored sugar and lightly flattened cookie, scooped by tablespoon, immeduately put in refridge for 20 min then i baked 10 min. Put immediately on cooling rake. I put remaining dough on wax paper and made a roll and wrapped and froze leftover dough. Thank you soooo much for this wonderful recipe. I believe the confectioners sugar made cookie soft.
A very yummy cookie recipe. A little bit of salt really helps them stand out from becoming bland. A big hit in our house!
I love love love the ease and flavor! This recipe makes a lot of cookies. The down side is, the cookies are crumbly. They were a little difficult to eat. I used whatever cookies remain the next day and made a pie crust! This will be my new pie crust recipe!!!!!
Loved the fact they didn't have to be rolled out. Very good and very easy!
I make this recipe all the time. I add chocolate chips or whatever type of chips I have to use up. I also add a box of instant pudding. It adds a little depth and chew.
These cookies are fantastic. If they don't turn out well for you, YOU did some thing wrong. Do not over bake these cookies. They are melt in your mouth delicious!!
I’ve made these cookies many times and they are delicious! The only change I make is to double the amount of vanilla extract. My family and friends love these!
Cookies were good, looked pretty. People at work liked them, but I thought they needed more flavor. I would add more vanilla next time. Looking at others's reviews, maybe adding salt would bring out more flavor. Texture was interesting- kind of a crumbly melt-in-your-mouth. I will make again with the adjustments I listed. Also, drop by Tablespoon scoops, not teaspoon. Teaspoon makes mini cookies, Tablespoon gets you the 5 dozen yield listed.