Introduction: GREAT SUGAR COOKIES

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     This recipe is quick,easy, and great. Good if you have a party in one hour and you haven't even started on your dessert.  Give those Oreo's a break with these quick and easy cookies.





                                                                                            MATERIALS
        
                                                                    1bowl                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1 measuring Teaspoon
                                                                            1 Measuring Cup
                                                                            1 Mixer
                                                                            1 oven 
                                                                            1 Egg   
                                                                            1 large bag of Flour
                                                                            1 oven mitt   
                                                                            1 teaspoon of baking soda   
                                                                            cookie cutters
                                                                            1 stone tray 
                                                                            1 cup of sugar   
                                                                            2 sticks of Butter
                                                                            1 teaspoon of Vanilla  
                                                                            1 Electrical Outlet 
                                                                            1 small spatula

Step 1: Preheating

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Preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit .

Step 2: Supplies

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Take out all the supplies and put them on the counter.

Step 3: Butter

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Put the 2 sticks of Butter in a bowl to soften.

Step 4: Microwaving

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Put the Butter (once it is softened) into the mixer.

Step 5: Mixer

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Plug Mixer into the Electrical Outlet, then measure out 1 Cup of Sugar. Pour the Sugar into the Mixer.

Step 6: Mixing

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Add 1 Egg to the mix.

Step 7: Mixing

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Turn the mixer on 2 until well mixed. 

Step 8: Mixing

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Once mixed flip the power to 1.

Step 9: Mixing

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 Measure and add 3 Cups of Flour to the mixture .

Step 10: Mixing

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Once the Flour is added, put in1 Teaspoon of Baking Soda into the mixture .

Step 11: Mixing

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The last part of mixing is to add1' Teaspoon of Vanilla. Then mix until one solid mixture , not separate ingredients in a bowl.

Step 12: Freezing(optional)

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Freezing is an optional thing that lets you freeze the dough until it is needed to be rolled and baked.

Step 13: Flour

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Grab a hand full of Flour and spread it out on the counter in about a1x3 foot space(use more Flour if needed).

Step 14: Rolling

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If you decide not to freeze than you can go ahead start rolling the dough out, in a pushing/ pulling motion all the while pressing down.



       Tip: If the dough is sticking to the rolling pin then you can rub Flour over the rolling pin.

Step 15: Rolling Some More

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Roll the dough until about 1/2 centimeter thick.

Step 16: Cookie Cutters

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Get out the cookie cutters and cut out the cookies by placing the cutters over the dough and applying pressure.

Tip: Make sure the sharp side of the cookie cutters are pointed towards the dough.

Step 17: Transfering of the Cookies

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Once the cookies are cut use a small spatula to transfer them out of the dough and onto the stone tray.

Step 18: THE OVEN

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Place the tray into the oven. Set the oven timer to 10-12 minutes and hit start(or let it start on its own).

Step 19: AT LAST ITS DONE

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After the timer has gone off, put on a oven mitt and take out the tray.

Comments

fmalover (author)2016-06-21

Why does my dough crumble?

fmalover (author)2016-06-21

Ive made this before and it didnt happen the first time, but now when I make it the dough is all crumbly and falls apart when I try to do anything. I followed everything you said to do am I doing something wrong?

antik13 (author)2016-05-19

I think the recipe is great! I love it!

antik13 (author)antik132016-05-19

They are the best!

Meow2015 (author)2015-08-17

how many can it make?

irisviola (author)2014-01-29

They taste amazing

irisviola (author)2014-01-29

That looks easy and fun good job

JaydenWright (author)2011-12-20

Check out the Home Made No Bake Cookies! And your cookies look cool!!!

gluestick14 (author)2011-12-15

Great cookies sam

L.Henk (author)2011-12-15

Your cookies taste great

M.Warren (author)2011-12-15

i'll take an orea over a quick and easy cookie any day

abby.kateesther99 (author)2011-12-15

GO SAM!! haha good job

a.pearce16 (author)2011-12-15

good !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Skyrim13579 (author)2011-12-15

great pictures and cookies

Penolopy Bulnick (author)2011-12-12

I'll take your quick and easy cookie over an oreo any day :)

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