Sour Cream Cutouts Cookies

Sour Cream Cutouts Cookies

"'These soft cookies make a comforting evening snack,' pledges Marlene Jackson, a field editor from Kingsburg, California. 'They have a delicious, delicate flavor and cake-like texture.'"
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35 m servings
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  1. In a mixing bowl, cream butter and sugar. Beat in eggs. Add sour cream and vanilla; mix well. Combine flour, baking powder and baking soda; add to the creamed mixture and mix well. Chill dough at least 2 hours or overnight.
  2. Roll on a heavily floured surface to 1/4-in. thickness. Cut with a 3-in. cutter. Place on lightly greased baking sheets. Bake at 350 degrees F for 10-12 minutes or until cookie springs back when lightly touched. Cool. Mix all frosting ingredients until smooth; spread over cookies.

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This is the same recipe that my Grandmother from Reedley, CA always made. The trick is to keep the dough very cold. I, too, roll out just a little of the dough at a time. It helps to put the ...

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the flavor was there but they were to much like cake instead of cookie ,not a good cookie dough for cutouts....

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This is the same recipe that my Grandmother from Reedley, CA always made. The trick is to keep the dough very cold. I, too, roll out just a little of the dough at a time. It helps to put the ...

I grew up making these cookies. To those people who said they were hard to make...you weren't following the instructions. You need to make sure you chill the dough at LEAST 2 hours. THEN use ...

I made these cookies for mothers day and they started dissapearing the moment I took them out of the oven. My brothers and cousin absolutely loved them. If you freeze the dough just to the point...

This is a wonderful recipe, albeit labor-intensive! I would agree with a previous reviewer that perhaps some folks didn't follow the recipe to the letter. The dough does need a lot of refrigerat...

the flavor was there but they were to much like cake instead of cookie ,not a good cookie dough for cutouts....

This dough is nearly impossible to work with. After finally rolling out and cutting 10 cookies I gave up and put the rest in a 9 inch cake pan. It turned out okay but I will never make these aga...

Great recipe! This is exactly like the Christmas cookies my family makes. I needed to use a lot more flour to roll out the dough though. I also like substituting almond for the vanilla in the fr...

Amazingly delicious cookies! You definitely need A LOT of flour to roll them out with but if the dough is well chilled it makes the perfect cookie.

This recipe is not good. The dough is far too soft to use for cut-outs (seemed more like a cake dough). Even after adding more flour and nearly burning out the motor of my mixer, the dough wasn'...

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