This is a family heirloom recipe from my grandmother. We had to stand by her to come up with measurements because she used a hand of this or a container of that. She called them oil cookies because most of the recipes had lard in them and this one used oil instead. This is a recipe that is called for on every cookie tray at holidays or gatherings. Brush cookies with a basic powder sugar and water icing and while wet, sprinkle colored jimmies to match the occasion. Let dry completely before storing. These cookies freeze great UNFROSTED.
Posted: Aug. 19, 2010
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