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Cookies make the world go round :O)

     I must say I enjoy nothing more in life then a great cookie.  As far back as I can remember my mother and I always made cookies together.  Cookies of every kind from peanut butter, my all time favorite, to chocolate chip.  It is a tradition I love to carry on with my children. From adding the ingredients to licking the beaters. Yep, I let my kids lick the beaters ;op, there is no greater joy as a child.  So I thought I would share one of my favorite cookies with everyone.  It is out of a 1979 magazine and is easy and wonderful.


BUTTER COOKIES!

1 Egg
2 1/2 cups flour
2 sticks of butter
1/2 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
coloring if you choose


   This is by far the easiest cookie I have ever made. It is simple. Just dump everything in a bowl and mix well!  I use a cookie press to make different shapes but you could simply drop the mixture on a pan as well. Bake at 350 for roughly 8 minutes. Cooking times will vary depending on the size and shape of your cookie.  These cookies taste best the next day with a nice cold glass of milk. :O) ENJOY!

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