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[Cookie Elf File #435] 12 Days of Easy Christmas Cookies #2: Easies Sugar Cookie EVER
November 18, 2021
Dear Cookie Elf reader,

Welcome back to The Cookie Elf File … and to easy cookie recipes! Now as the holidays get close it’s time for our traditional 12 Days of Easy Christmas Cookies recipes.

Here we go with Day 2 and the easiest Christmas Sugar Cookie recipe ever – just in time for the holiday weekend. Enjoy!

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Feature: 12 Days of Easy Christmas Cookies #2 - Easiest Christmas Sugar Cookie recipe EVER!

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Nothing tastes or smells like Christmas more than Christmas sugar cookies. With this recipe, making cut out cookies cannot get any simpler!

This easy Christmas Sugar Cookie recipe has just 3 ingredients. You can mix the dough together in just a few minutes.

Plus, the cookie dough is soft. That means it is pliable and easy to roll when you make cut outs. Decorate the cookies with colored sugar and cookie sprinkles before you bake them. Or bake cookies, allow them to cool, and then decorate them with the Easy Royal Frosting recipe.

Have FUN!

Prep time: 30 minutes
Bake time: 8-10 minutes
Makes about 4 dozen cookies

Get the full Christmas Sugar Cookie recipe … and check out our Christmas Cut Out Cookies Pinterest board.

Cookie Baking Tip: How to Bake Cut Out Cookies Evenly

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See more helpful cookie baking tips on The Elf’s Baking Tips Pinterest Board .

Fun Stuff for Baking Christmas Cookies

Best-selling Silicone Rolling Pin and other rolling pins Sweet Creations Holiday Set and other cookie cutters Wilton Gingerbread House Kit and other gingerbread kits

More Easy Christmas Sugar Cookie Recipes

Sugar Cookie Recipe for Cut Outs: The Traditional Version Cranberry Sugar Cookies: Just 3 Ingredients!Funfetti Sugar Cookies: Easy Cake Mix Cookie Recipe Snickerdoodles: a Classic Holiday Sugar Cookie Recipe

That’s it for now. See you next time!

Happy baking,

Kathy, The Cookie Elf

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