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Okay everybody, I'm just going to get down to it...these cookies are delicious. They are not the average, run of the mill sugar cookies. Nope, we put a spin on them..literally (sorry, that was pretty lame). The cookies smell and taste just like cinnamon buns, and have become a family favorite and a staple for all family gatherings.

I hope you enjoy these cookies as much as we do.

Step 1: Ingredients

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COOKIES:
1- egg, slightly beaten
1- thing of Betty Crocker sugar cookie mix
1/2- cup of softened butter
1 tablespoon and 1/2 teaspoon- ground cinnamon------you'll see later

GLAZE:
1- cup powdered sugar
1/4- teaspoon vanilla extract
2 tablespoons of milk

Utensils:
-spoons
-large bowl
-small bowl
-electric mixer (optional)
-Ungreased cookie sheet
-Sandwich Bag
 
cbaleia3 years ago
Do these come out chewy and soft or a little crunchy?
regardless i am going to make them tonight lol. they look amazing!
The batch I made came out soft and chewy. So delicious! Make sure to cut a VERY tiny hole in the frosting bag, or else they glaze comes out too quickly.
Chrysteena3 years ago
These turned out delicious and so cute! They were chewier than I expected, but in a good way. I just used a basic sugar cookie dough recipe instead of the mix.
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boston09 (author)  Chrysteena3 years ago
looks delicious to me! thanks for sharing
Those are not only delicious looking, but they are absolutely beautiful!
taransa3 years ago
Ok this is now on my to-do list for this weekend! Looks wonderful :D

What does a single batch usually yield for you?
boston09 (author)  taransa3 years ago
It usually yields 16 cookies
Thanks! Mine did not turn out as pretty as yours but they taste divine! Thank you so much for sharing :D
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boston09 (author)  taransa3 years ago
They still look delicious to me!
What a great idea! I've got a super soft spot for anything cinnamon, so just had to give these a go. I modified stevequag's sugar cookie recipe base, and then did the traditional jelly-roll style slicing to get even cookies. Yum!
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scoochmaroo3 years ago
Awesome! You can ship a batch directly to Scoochmaroo c/o Instructables HQ!