Auburn Pride: Let's Get Ready for Christmas! (Step 3 of 13)

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Let's Get Ready for Christmas! (Step 3 of 13)

Let's Get Ready for Christmas!
Step 3:
Ohhhh I am just so excited to tell you about this one!
Not just any cookies... but Betty Crocker Cookies!! You cannot have a Holly Jolly Christmas without whipping up some Christmas cookies from Publix! This is one my favorite traditions. My mother and I every year make TONS of Betty Crocker Christmas Cookies!
One thing Ive noticed over the years is my fashion while baking is never on point... This is the past two years...

Moving on... Christmas cookies are great because you can give them away! I've already given half of mine away to friends, people at church, and the garbage men for Christmas! They make the perfect gift to just say Thank you, plus their delicious! 

So I always make sugar cookies because they're my favorite. All the ingredients you need are flour, one egg, and a stick of butter. But don't forget to buy your icing and cookie cutters!

Mix the ingredients together in a large bowl.

Make sure you flour the counter space real good so the dough doesn't stick to it.

Roll or push your dough out till its flat, then use your cookie cutters to cut out the shapes of the cookies. Put the shapes on a non stick cookie sheet and bake for 5-7 minutes at 375.

Before you begin icing them let the cookies cool down real good!

Do what I do and get your friends and family in on the decorating part, its so much fun and everyone has a great time!

Most importantly don't forget to buy your Ziploc containers to keep your cookies all fresh! After all your hard work Ziploc is more than happy to help out! So don't forget when your getting ready for Christmas to stop by Publix and get your Betty Crocker cookies and Ziploc containers.

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  1. Your outfits are very festive. :) I love baking cookies too and we are having a cookie exchange party this weekend! I really wanted to set up a cookie decorating bar for the kids and the Betty Crocker sugar cookies are the way to go. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Cute. My kids and I love to make cookies from scratch and decorate them. Merry Christmas!

  3. Christmas cookies are the best.
    This made me crave them.

    xoxo, Jenny

  4. I loooove when it is time for Christmas cookies!!! I haven't started yet, but plan to this weekend!

  5. Wow this sounds so yummy! My wife and kids love baking. Christmas cookies are so fun and easy to share with neighbors!

  6. This looks like fun! I would love to do this! I think I may.

  7. Looks nummy! I would love to do this with my kids!
    ~ Via Bella Blog

  8. Betty Crocker is my homie! Those cookies look super tasty and fun! Mine never turn out that pretty. I would totally let my fam do all the decorating!

  9. Perfect timing! We are making cookies tomorrow night. I will use this- thanks.

  10. I LOVE cookie time of the year! I'm terrible at decorating them, but it doesn't matter... they all end up in the same place ;)

  11. How fun are those cookies! Happy Holidays!

  12. Your cookies are so cute! I make cutout ones like this with my mom, but we are terrible decorators. At least they taste good!

  13. I've reached the point in my adult life where I feel like I should bake a cookie or 2...maybe I'll actually bite the bullet. These look amazing!

  14. Making Christmas cookies with my mom, grandma, sister and my great aunt remains one of my favorite holiday memories!

  15. Making sugar cookies for Christmas is one of my favorite holiday memories. It is fun for all ages and you can make your own traditions just like you did with your outfits. Thanks for sharing your fun!

  16. wow! love all of your shapes and decoration above. How fun!these look amazing I will have to give this a try!