Cinnamon Sugar Cookies

The leaves are falling at last. It's fall again.
To me, fall means cozy sweaters, colourful leaves, pumpkins, cool days, and most of all the aromas of nutmeg, ginger and cinnamon.

These cookies have their good and bad sides to them. Good, as they are puffy, and soft, they take little time to bake, and are easy to make. Bad, as in they go stale really quickly and it makes way to many cookies! I know, how could there be such a thing as too many cookies.
I would suggest making this full recipe and freezing the other half of the dough for a later date.

Cinnamon Sugar Cookies

6 cups                   a.p flour
1 tsp                      baking soda
1 tsp                      baking powder
1 tsp                      cinnamon
1/4 tsp                   nutmeg
1 cup                     butter, softened
2 cups                    sugar
3 eggs
2 tsp                       vanilla
1 1/2 cups               sour cream

In a medium bowl whisk together the flour, baking soda and baking powder. Set Aside. In a large bowl cream the sugar and butter until light and fluffy. Add the eggs one at a time beating in between each addition and scraping down the sides of the bowl. Lastly add the vanilla and sour cream, beat. Add the flour and beat until fully combined. The dough will be slightly sticky. Lay out two pieces of plastic wrap and divide the dough into two portions, putting one ball of dough on each plastic wrap sheet. Spread into a rectangle, and cover with the wrap. Place in fridge for 2 hours or until less soft.
Preheat oven to 425 degrees. On a lightly floured surface, roll out the dough to 1/4" thick. Use cookie cutters to cut out the cookies and lay them on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet. Sprinkle cookies very lightly with cinnamon, then bake for 7 minutes. Let them cool and store them in an airtight container. They are best eaten the day of. Enjoy!

I hope you all are having a wonderful autumn season. These cookies were enjoyed by my dance class, they stated, "They taste like pillows!" So if that's not a good sign I don't know what is.
Happy Thanksgiving, (to those of you who aren't American) stay warm!

*Edit: This is my 100th post! Thank you for all the support, I couldn't have done it without you all.

Elanne Boake


  1. Those sound lovely!
    Could you also make the whole batch of cookies, and then freeze half? That's what my boyfriend does, and the cookies always taste fresh and are ready to go if you have company over!

    1. I've never tried it! But I'm sure it would work! I prefer to freeze the dough and bake them up in a hurry so that they are warm. :)
      (Also, sorry for the late reply thanks for commenting)


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