Recipe by Reynolds® Parchment Paper
"These classic cut-out cookies are easy when you use parchment paper to wrap and chill the dough, then roll out and bake the cookies."
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Reynolds® Parchment Paper
2 1/2 cups
1 1/2 teaspoons
unsalted butter, softened
large egg yolks
These are great! 4 star recipe
This cookie dough is a bit too dry to work with. The cookies are very fragile, even after cooling completely. I felt like it was more of an add for Reynold's than an actual functional good recipe. Would not recommend.
Made as directed - no changes. Cookies were dry and crumbly. I salvaged them by making cookie truffles out of them. Wont make again.
This gets barely a one from me. I could not roll these to save my life. They were like a shortbread crumb. I packed them into an 8x8 pan for a crust and cooked up a banana pudding for a filler and served with cut fresh bananas and whipped cream. I baked this crust for 15 mins. Family enjoyed it and didn't know the difference. This one is scratched from my list for sure.
As others have done, I used two whole eggs and ended up adding more flour until I reached a good rolling consistency. Just for something a little different, I used almond extract instead of vanilla, and was pleased with the flavor. I did have to work fast between batches, as the dough softened quickly making it sticky. I baked one pan at time, and put the dough in the fridge between batches. The texture was spot on, and the cookies were tender.
These turned out good. At times I can be a bumbling fool when it comes to baking cookies so I read all of the reviews. I used a whole egg and when the dough mixture looked to be the right consistency for rolling I stopped adding the flour mixture to keep it from drying out. I used "Sugar Cookies Icing" here on AR to ice them.
These are good! After reading the reviews, I opted to add the whole egg instead of just the yolk, and that worked out fine. I tinted the dough green for my St. Patrick's Day shamrock cut outs. These did not spread, which I liked and just sort of 'puffed' slightly. This is a nice, basic dough with a good buttery flavor. Thanks for sharing. :)
My wife and i made these and they were good.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Karen's Rolled Sugar Cookies
Serving Size: 1/36 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 36
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 96
** Calories from Fat: 49
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