I had no idea just how delicious these cookies would be! They are definitely going into the family recipe box. I took the suggestions of making sure the butter is soft. I like to leave out the butter overnight and then nuke it for 15 seconds just to get the butter slightly melted. Also, I added 2 tsp of vanilla extract. I love vanilla extract. I think the vanilla really comes through because of adding a little extra. I made tablespoon size balls of dough , baked them for 10 minutes on 400 then when freshly baked made crisscross patterns with a fork to make little beds for cinnamon sugar and red sugar crystals thus making them more like snicker doodles. I even added a tsp of cinnamon in one batch. I like making the cookies a little larger and baking a minute or two longer because when these cookies cool down they become these hardy, delicious cookies you can really sink your teeth into. This is a wonderfully simple recipe, so when your family asks for more of these it won't be a problem to whip up if you have the ingredients handy. The recipe calls for a 2 cups of butter so, stock up.
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I had no idea just how delicious these cookies would be! They are definitely going into the...