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Best Ever Spritz Cookies

Best Ever Spritz Cookies. I made these and they turned out great!!! I love brown sugar so that added something for me that I really enjoy. They spread out just a little bit more than usual and they were a little softer when they come out of the cookie press than my usual recipe (Betty Crocker), but I really liked these. And they became my husband's first choice when getting cookies out of the cookie jar! A good sign!

I tried the recipe for ''The Best Iced Coffee In The World! -- here are my results in pics! (...and it was very tasty!) Super easy recipe: 3/4c coarsely ground coffee 3 Tbsp brown sugar 1Tsp or Tbsp Cinnamon (dep. on your preference) 3 c. cold water, in a jar, in the fridge overnight... french press in the morning! Add cream, or whatever you normally add to your coffee! Enjoy! (click on pic for link to actual recipe)

Sugar Cookie Pie Crust 1/4 cup butter.1/4 cup sugar.1 egg yolk.1 cup flour.1/4 tsp salt. Combine sugar, butter, egg yolk in large bowl.Gradually mix in the flour until you get a crumbly consistensy.Add to pie pan and gently press against bottom and sides, distributing evenly.Bake at 400* for 10 mins, until light golden brown.

Pressed Sugar Cookies

Pressed Sugar Cookies. Williams Sonoma. True story- I bought a cookie press about 5 years ago, and I've not used it yet! That will change... soon.

Classic Buttery Spritz Cookies

Classic Buttery Spritz Cookies make an easy delicious buttery cookie that comes together quickly! Perfect for special occasions and holidays, these spritz cookies are a favorite! //

Easy Shortbread Cookies (Cookie Press)

Grandma's Shortbread Cookies! This has been my favorite Christmas Cookie since I was a little girl! ♥ Buttery, melt in your mouth and delicious!

Lemony Spritz Cookies! 1 1/2 cups butter, softened 1 cup granulated sugar 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 egg 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 teaspoon lemon extract 3 1/2 cups all-purpose flour Lemon Glaze (recipe below) Colored sugar