Cookie Making Made Easy My Busy Mom Method Rather than take …

Cookie Making Made Easy My Busy Mom Method
Rather than take the time to make all the private cookies by batches, with different baking times (and time to get sidetracked), I would roll the cookie dough straight onto a greased baking sheet, working it uniformly to the edges and baking it as one big cookie. With these cookies, I likewise make a basic icing that is simply 1 1/2 cups of confectioners sugar, a pinch of salt, 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla and adequate water or milk to make a reasonably thick consistency (really sluggish to fall from the spoon). As soon as the cookie cools, the icing solidifies and dries, and I simply cut the big cookie into little bar or square shapes, and voila, cookies in half the time.

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In the early 1970s, when I was really young and with little kids to care for, I had a couple of cookie dishes I would make really frequently, since they were easy dishes, with components I typically had at hand. Rather than take the time to make all the specific cookies by batches, with different baking times (and time to get sidetracked), I would roll the cookie dough straight onto a greased baking sheet, working it equally to the edges and baking it as one big cookie. With these cookies, I likewise make a basic icing that is simply 1 1/2 cups of confectioners sugar, a pinch of salt, 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla and adequate water or milk to make a reasonably thick consistency (extremely sluggish to fall from the spoon). The hot cookie warms the icing, making it melt and spread out quickly, utilizing the back of the very same spoon I utilized to blend the icing. When the cookie cools, the icing solidifies and dries, and I simply cut the big cookie into little bar or square shapes, and voila, cookies in half the time.

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