Some things just don't change. Delicate sugar cookies have been favorites for generations. Whether sprinkled with colored sugar, frosted or elaborately decorated, they're as popular now as in years past.
You can prevent cookie dough from sticking to the cookie cutter by dipping the cutter in flour between uses.
These cookies are irresistible just as they are. But if you like, frost with your favorite frosting, or use decorator gels before baking for an attractive cookie that stacks easily.
Rise to the occasion! If using self-rising flour, there is no need to add baking soda and cream of tartar.
To ensure recipe success, do not use vegetable oil spreads.
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