This post was sponsored by Nestle Toll House, but as always, all opinions and ideas are 100% my own.
Sugar cookies are my nemesis. I’ve tried every “killer” recipe, attempted every helpful tip and trick, and have never made a great batch of the elusive sugar cookie. I remember helping my mom bake sugar cookies at Christmas time growing up and I want my kidlets to have the same experience and memories to reflect upon, but since I suck so bad when it comes to these yummy cookies, I needed to start looking elsewhere to make that magic happen. With Nestle Toll House Rolled and Ready Cookie Dough, I’m now able to bake the easiest sugar cookies EVER with no headache or stress!
decorations (sprinkles, decorating gels, etc.)
1. Remove a sheet of the pre-floured sugar cookie dough from the package. Place it on a surface that it won’t stick to; a floured cutting board works perfectly for this.
2. Press cookie cutters into the dough. Try to plan it out to get the most use out of the sheet of dough. This is the perfect step to have your kidlets get in on the baking fun.
3. Carefully place cut cookie dough onto a cookie sheet and bake according to the directions on the package. Allow cookies to cool completely.
4. Frost cookies with the vanilla frosting (I used store bought frosting from a can) and decorate!
Feeling a smidge more adventurous than just making a batch of sweet, basic sugar cookies? Nestle Toll House has loads more easy holiday recipes on their site! I think the Gingerbread House using the Gingerbread Rolled and Ready sheets is genius.
How would you use the Nestle Toll House Rolled and Ready Cookie Dough Sheets?