Sweet-as-Sugar Cookies

Sweet-as-Sugar Cookies

"I brought these wonderful crunchy cookies to our summer family reunion, and men, women and children alike devoured them...then begged for the recipe!"
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35 m servings
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  1. In a mixing bowl, cream butter, sugars and oil. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Add dry ingredients and vanilla; mix well. Refrigerate dough overnight. From into walnut-size balls and place on greased baking sheets. Combine sugar and nutmeg; dip glass in mixture and flatten cookies with it. Bake at 375 degrees F for 8 minutes. Cool on wire rack.

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My grandma used to make sugar cookies for us when we were little and when I couldn't find her recipe I was looking for something similar on here. I came across this recipe and LOVE IT!! This is ...

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I followed this recipe exactly & was not happy with it. It left a greasy feeling in our mouths & didn't have a very good flavor.

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My grandma used to make sugar cookies for us when we were little and when I couldn't find her recipe I was looking for something similar on here. I came across this recipe and LOVE IT!! This is ...

These cookies are crisp on the outside, with a deliciously soft inside. I recommend against adding any sugar to the top. They were way too sweet (this from a woman who could eat vanilla frosti...

The combination of oil, cream of tartar and confectioners' sugar in a cookie recipe is a dead giveaway for a cookie that is light and crispy, almost "sandie" like in texture. This was just what ...

I have been searching for this recipe for years! I first made it as a little girl out of an old Girl Scouts of America cookbook I found at a garage sale. Over many years and moves the book got l...

I'll deffinately be adding this to my recipe book for cookies :D I ommited the salt and cream of tartar as there was none in the house but the cookies I think would have been no different if I h...

This is a great recipe! I did not cool it overnight or add the extra sugar with nutmeg...and they were still much loved by all.

For some reason, the oil makes the chewiness of these cookies! This is my sugar cookie staple because they are NOT cakey, and plus, I don't have the patience for the roll & cut out procedure. Ma...

Very good cookies...just a little dry for some reason.

These were really good.

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