Easy Sugar Cookies come together in a snap! No chilling, rolling, or cookie cutters required!
I’m a self-professed sugar cookie connoisseur. I’ll take ’em frosted, cut-out, rolled in sugar, soft, chewy, crispy, or straight out of plastic container from the bakery section at Walmart.
What I’m saying is that I’m fairly obsessed with sugar cookies and I’m honestly not very picky about them.
Wait, maybe that makes me less of a connoisseur and more of a human sugar cookie garbage disposal. Whatevs.
While I do appreciate a beautiful sugar cookie complete with royal icing, I’m more of a buttercream type of girl. And I’m definitely not fancy, so these easy sugar cookies are totally my thing.
They come together in less than 10 minutes with everyday ingredients that I’m betting you have in your fridge and pantry right now.
Not only are they super simple to whip up, but there’s no chilling, rolling, or cookie cutters required.
Sure cut-out sugar cookies have their place, but that place is not a random Tuesday night when I’m craving sugar cookies and Walmart doesn’t deliver.
All you have to do is mix up the dough, roll the dough into little dough balls and bake them up! Easy peasy.
You can even enjoy them warm from the oven any time by following my tips for how to freeze cookie dough.
And if you’re feeling a little fancy-schmancy, you can add in extracts (lemon is perfection), sprinkles, and even a bit of buttercream like I did here!
What’s better than homemade sugar cookies on a random weeknight? Easy homemade sugar cookies that also help fight pediatric cancers.
I’ve teamed up with my friend Julie from The Little Kitchen and bloggers from all over for a Valentine’s event to benefit Cookies for Kids’ Cancer – a non profit that specializes in fundraising around pediatric cancers.
This is the second year of the Valentine’s event, and we’re ready to make a big difference in the fight against pediatric cancer!
Did you know that cancer is the #1 cause of death of children by disease in the U.S.?
There are 40,000 U.S. children actively battling cancer right now. With less than 4% of the National Cancer Institute’s budget going to all childhood cancer combined, I knew it was important for me to get involved.
Help us make a difference by donating to Cookies for Kids’ Cancer!
Thanks to many of you, we have reached our goal. You can still donate and help us make an even bigger difference!