The simple taste of a good sugar cookie is sometimes all what we need to satisfy our sweet tooth. This sugar cookie has a delicate texture and great taste, just what you need to satisfy your sweet tooth.
This tasty sugar cookie recipe is perfect for creating festive holiday treats. The cookie dough is firm enough for use with almost any cookie-cutter shape; yet the resulting cookies bake up crunchy and buttery.
This crunchy, buttery recipe is certain to take its place as one of the best sugar cookie recipes you've ever tasted. Decorate these tasty cookies in endless ways to add a festive touch to the Holidays or any day.
The delicate texture of these yummy sugar cookies makes them melt in your mouth with every bite. Whether they are decorated with white sugar or given a holiday look with colored sugar, everyone will be coming back for more no matter what time of the year.
Have you been searching for the sugar cookies you remember as a child? Well, search no longer because these crispy cookies are just like you mom made. No frosting is even necessary for these, but certainly feel free if you want to spruce them up.
The holidays are all about celebrating with friends and family and enjoying homemade baking. With the holidays being so busy, its difficult to make everything from scratch. Why not host a party, inviting over a few close friends, and bake together, stocking your freezer with a delicious assortment of cookies and bars without spending several days in the kitchen?
This versatile Powdered Sugar Frosting recipe can be made thick enough to use for detailed decorating and it can be easily thinned down to be used as a glaze. It works well for cake decorating, frosting cupcakes and brownies, and for decorating cookies.
Stages of Sugar | Testing with a Candy Thermometer | Testing with Cold Water Method
When a recipe indicates that a sugar mixture needs to cook to a specific stage, the most accurate method to use is a candy thermometer to test the temperature as it is cooking.
A root vegetable that is grown commercially to be processed into sugar and sugar products. The Sugar Beet was developed from the Sea Beet and is a member of the beetroot and chard family of root vegetables.