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  1. Cut out sugar cookies decorated with icing are my very favorite Christmas cookie. I love getting out the Christmas cookie cutters that I’ve purchased over the years and making a big batch of cut out cookies and then decorating them with icing and sprinkles. Your cookies look so pretty on your platter and if that platter was at my house, it would have been emptied very quickly.

    1. Thank you so much Paula, it is always fun to decorate cookies for the holidays. I have a huge collection of cookie cutters that I have collected for a long time and love using them.

  2. These sound wonderful; the perfect cookie to bake with kids, too! I’d love to try the version with the almond extract. Yum!

    1. Hi Carrie, the kids really do love making these cookies. The almond extract is one of my favorites.

  3. Julie Briones says:

    I love that your simple traditional cookie recipe reflects your minimalist style! 😉 Thanks for sharing! Pinned and sharing! Love ya!

    1. Thank you Julie, I suppose I am a true minimalist especially in my baking. I appreciate your support as always sweet friend. Love ya!!

  4. Thanks for sharing your family’s recipe, Sonya! I love how there’s only six ingredients, and that you can switch up the taste with different extracts. I can see why these are a family tradition. It’s been fun hopping with you, my friend!

    1. You are welcome Rebecca, I love an easy recipe. It was super fun being on the hop with you. Happy baking.

    1. Thank you so much. I love that there are just a few ingredients, keeps it super simple. Enjoy making them.

  5. These look amazing, Sonya! I love how easy and versatile this recipe is. I can’t wait to give this a try. Pinned!

    1. I just love an old fashion recipe that is simple and tasty and I agree that the kids love making them.

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