Tuesday, April 13, 2010

PW Angel Sugar Cookies . . .

Welcome to the first installment of
my attempt to cook my way through
The Pioneer Woman Cooks.


If you like cookies like we do in our house,
I think you're going to LOVE this recipe.
Angel Sugar Cookies
(p. 236)

You know it's going to be great if the recipe
calls for 2 sticks of softened butter.

cream together the eggs


1 cup canola oil
(I used vegetable oil)




1 cup sugar


1 cup powdered sugar


1 teaspoon vanilla



add the rest of the ingredients
4 cups flour
plus 2 tablespoons


1 teaspoon each
baking soda
salt
cream of tartar
refrigerate for 1 hour


Using a cookie scoop or spoon
drop the balls of cough onto an
ungreased cookie sheet.

smear butter on the bottom of a glass, then dip it in sugar



use the class to flatten the balls of dough
dipping again into the sugar each time.
Bake for 9 to 11 minutes,
until the cookies are just barely
turning brown around the edges.

These cookies are large & yummy!


So large they barely fit in my cookies jar!


Next Tuesday I'll be featuring
Edna Mae's
Sour Cream Pancakes

18 comments:

Marilyn said...

Oh, Carol, those look yummy. I am going to try them for the Senior center this month. They love cookies and theses look SO good. Love the size too. Thanks for posting this!

Becky K. said...

Oh, now I realllyyyyy want sugar cookies! They look so light and wonderful!

Becky K.

Kerin said...

Make room at the table, and pour me a glass of ice cold milk !
Yummy!
I have tried the sour cream pancakes... can't wait to see what you think about them.
Have a wonderful day!

Darlene said...

YUM...sugar cookies with a glass of ice cold milk. Now I'm hungry!!!!

Oklahoma Granny said...

You can't beat a good sugar cookie. Thanks for the recommendation.

Julie Harward said...

Way to go and they look very yummy too! I would like some frosting on mine too...Come say hi :D

Linda C said...

Great post,Carol! And they do look yummy!! Your cookies look delicious in your cookie jar!!:)

I'll bet it's empty before you know it!

Happy Tuesday!

Linda

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Yum! I want one of those so badly. I'm at work now, but I'm thinking of stopping at the store for some cream of tarar (I think I have everything else). Thanks for sharing this recipe Carol. laurie

Noni at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

I LOVE large and yummy! LOL! Now, I'm hungry. Look forward to seeing more!

Stacey said...

Carol, I've tried some of her recipes and I know you are going to enjoy this process. Better put your walking shoes on though. :) Yummy!

Elena said...

Those sound yummy!

glimpse of my world said...

SO far I have made the oatmeal crispies, the stuffed jalepeno's.... very good.... Have a great day!

Vee said...

They look wonderful and the best thing about them is that they'd be something new and different. We like the tried and true and the new.

April said...

I wish we lived closer so I could visit and have some of those delicious looking cookies! Yummy post.

Love you,
April

Kerin said...

I love the old musical too! Wasn't it great...actors actually had talent:)
I copied down the yummy cookie recipe. I am thinking, I should make them and share with friends and neighbors...save myself from eating the whole batch :)
Have a wonderful day!

valerie said...

Yummy!
I bet a know a little boy who loves to come to Grandma's house. :)

Sherry & I are really looking forward to our visit tomorrow!

See you then.

Love,
Valerie

valerie said...

Make that I bet "I" know.....

One day I will learn to look over my comment before sending. : /

Cindy said...

The cookies look yummy! They looke like they would be great in the summer time with a glass of lemonade or iced tea or with a cup of hot tea in the winter. When I get settled, I just may try them!