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Fun Fall Cookies


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Welcome back to my blog! This month, I was brainstorming some recipes, trying to find a complex and creative dish for fall, and then it came to my mind that I did not have to try to find something so complex, simple is great! Keeping that in mind, I decided to go with something fall related that will definitely warm up your kitchen! Therefore, I chose to go with one of my favorite treats, Fun Fall Cookies! These cookies are not your average holiday sugar cookies that you can find in your local grocery store (you know, the ones with the little pumpkin or snowman on them), these are so much more! They are sooo good and soo easy to make! Here are the very few steps and ingredients for this universal sweet treat that you can make for any holiday or just when you are craving something sweet!

INGREDIENTS:2014-09-09 16.05.24

-3 Cups of all- purpose flour

-3/4 Teaspoon of baking powder

-1/4 Teaspoon of salt

-1 Cup of unsalted butter (Softened not melted)

-1 Cup of sugar

-1 egg

-1 Tablespoon of milk

-Powdered sugar for rolling out the dough

-Non-Stick spray

-Cookie sheet or flat baking pan

-Large mixing bowl

STEPS:

Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees

Spray your cookie sheet pan with non-stick spray until coated evenly

Start off by sifting together flour, baking powder, and salt.

Mix butter and sugar into a bowl and mix together until mixed evenly

Add in egg and milk and mix together intensively until the egg and butter are evenly mixed in with the butter and sugar or until you can’t see them

In a mixer add all the wet ingredients and in thirds add the flour (DON’T ADD ALL THE FLOUR INTO MIXER AT ONCE)

Roll out dough into small balls or use cookie cutter to cut the dough into fall cookie-like shapes

Place cookies on cookie sheet/pan about 1 inch apart (DON’T FORGET TO SPRAY YOUR COOKIE SHEET/PLAN)

Bake cookies for 7-9 minutes or until the cookies are slightly brown/golden

Let cool for 2-3 minutes or until cool

OPTIONAL DECORTAION

You can spice up your cookies by frosting them and using fun fall sprinkles! This will add a hint of fall to your treat and make presenting them look and taste great!

Do not forget to let me know in the comment section below what you think of them if you try this recipe! Also, do not forget to check out my previous recipes as well and if you have any recipe suggestions let me know!

 

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2 Responses to “Fun Fall Cookies”

  1. Kayla Tollerson on December 4th, 2014 1:57 pm

    Love the idea of a simple cookie recipe, nothing fancy just cookies!

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  2. L (death note) on December 9th, 2014 10:42 pm

    Got to try it

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