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I was downstairs in the kitchen, mixing the batter for butter cookies when I heard someone coming up the stairs. I turned around to see my mom standing at the top of the stairs, a big grin on her face. She gestured for me to come over to her, and I could see that she had something in her hand. When I got close enough, I could see that it was a plate of butter cookies. “I absolutely love butter cookies,” she said. “And I love how you always make them so flipping delicious.” I thanked her and headed back to the cookies, grinning to myself. I knew that my mom was probably coming down the stairs to eat at least half of them before she even got home.
Can butter cookies be frozen?
Yes, butter cookies can be frozen. Simply place them on a baking sheet and freeze for a few hours or until solid. Once frozen, they can be placed in a freezer bag and frozen for up to 3 months.
Can butter cookies be made in a crockpot?
Yes, butter cookies can be made in a crockpot. Simply place the cookies in a crockpot and cook on low heat for 3-4 hours.
What type of butter should I use for cookies?
traditional butter, unsalted butter, light butter, or margarine
Can I use flavored butter?
Yes, you can use flavored butter for cookies. Simply add the flavor extract to the butter before mixing in the sugar. Some popular flavors for butter cookies are chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry.
What types of sugar should I use for cookies?
white sugar, brown sugar, granulated sugar, confectioners’ sugar, or agave nectar
Can I mix in other flavors besides sugar?
Yes, you can mix in other flavors besides sugar for cookies. Some popular flavors for cookies are chocolate chips, nuts, andjava chips.