Aunt Mary’s Sugar Cookies

  • eastcoaster 9 months ago
    I bought some lavender sugar at the lavender farm this past summer. These cookies with a perfect vessel for it, the dough was easy to come together and form. They baked up very nicely and the baking time was right on. I sprinkle the lavender sugar on when I put them in the oven in the room it was wonderful, not strong but pleasant. I made one change I used Earth balance in place of the margarine. The cookies are delicious.
    Made for the December cookie swap
    December 4/2017
    Aunt Marys Sugar Cookies
    BY Chuckieb
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  • Cosmicmother 9 months ago said:
    That looks delicious! I love the idea of lavender sugar, I bet that would be good with a cup of tea, yum! :)
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  • chuckieb 9 months ago said:
    I'm pleased you liked the cookie recipe Eastcoaster. LAVENDER SUGAR!!! Never had it but now I NEED it! That'd be so fun and would be a delicious way to finish the cookies. Indeed your kitchen must have smelled like heaven. Nice pic!
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  • eastcoaster 9 months ago said:
    Thank you.If you look close at the cookie you can see the bits of lavender.
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  • bakerme 9 months ago said:
    I love lavender scented things, so these must have smelled wonderful while baking!
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  • eastcoaster 9 months ago said:
    Bakerme, they sure were..
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  • mommyluvs2cook 9 months ago said:
    I have never cooked with lavender anything before, now you got me wanting to find this lavender sugar! These look delicious Manella, great pic.!!
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  • eastcoaster 9 months ago said:
    Thank you Mommyluvs2cook, we have a Lavender Farm about 1 hour away in a town called Tatamagouche. Funny name i know:)I got some Lavender salt with Rosemary in it also.Great stuff:)
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  • chuckieb 9 months ago said:
    Can you taste the rosemary in the salt Manella, and if so....what do you use it on?
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  • LindaLMT 9 months ago said:
    Nice!
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  • eastcoaster 9 months ago said:
    Chuckieb, the flavor of rosemary is light but very nice. I use it on baked or roast chicken,pork, roast potatoes esp. roast potatoes YUM!!! You don't need to use very much.
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  • eastcoaster 9 months ago said:
    Linda, thanks.
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  • chuckieb 9 months ago said:
    I'd like that then Manella, as you say....on potatoes would be scrumptious!
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  • bakerme 9 months ago said:
    Shove.....er, I mean 'bump'!
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