If your a reader of my blog, by now you would have noticed I’ve pretty much made every ‘well known’ type of cookies going. From gingerbreads, to shortbread, to choc chip cookies – I’ve made them all, so finding a cookie I hadn’t made was a task… a real damn task.
So, whilst I was doing my nightly ritual of scrolling through Pinterest (constantly looking for inspiration on this website, I’d highly recommend!) I came across the Easter Bakes page which pretty much inspired me to do each of the 5 bakes I’m doing for Easter. I was determined to find a cookie I hadn’t done and I finally stumbled across a page which introduced me to sugar cookies – something I hadn’t heard of before.
I’m guessing these sugar cookies are a typical everyday biscuit in certain countries, but I hadn’t heard of it in England (I’m properly so wrong and have made myself look a idiot… haha). therefore, I decided to give them ago myself, accept I’m making today’s cookies into mini Easter Eggs! I’m beyond excited for you to scroll down and see the outcome of these bad boys as they were so quick and easy to make.
Let’s get into the baking,
Ingredients You Need For Cookies:
- 125g / 4oz Of Unsalted Butter, Softened
- 150g / 5oz Of Caster Sugar
- Pinch Of Salt
- 2/3 Teaspoons Of Vanilla Extract
- 1 Medium Egg
- 250g / 8oz Of Plain Flour
Ingredients You Need For Decorating:
How To Make Sugar Cookies:
I just have to add that I truly believe these are the type of cookies that are perfect to do with young children. they are quick and easy to bake and what’s more fun then letting the kids go wild decorating? such a cute Easter treat!
Let me know in the comments below or on any of my social media platforms if you gave my Sugar Cookie recipe a go and fill me in on how it went. I’m always so fascinated to hear people have been inspired by my bakes, it just gives me more motivation to continue on and go bigger and better.
Happy baking my lovelies.
Sending tons of love and hugs to you all as always,