I misplaced a recipe that I really liked and it was simply called Alans Sugar Cookie recipe. It was very simple with just a small amount of baking powder or soda in it. For the life of me, I don't remember where I found it, but I was so sure it was from the GSA Alan. If is was from you, Alan, would you mind repeating it here.
Thanks so much.
Would this be the one you are looking for?
The recipe is at the bottom of the page...should have mentioned that in my first post...sorry!
Thanks so much for the answer and yes that is the recipe. I don't think it would work too well for cookie bouquets as it was a tad crumbly for me, but it really tasted good. I like it for the little 8 loop flower cutter as it wants to dome a little in the center, so when the fondant goes on top it looks really nice. I fill in each loop with a brightly colored chocolate covered sunflower seed and they really were cute.
Thanks again and that cake in your avatar is stunning.
Thanks so much, it's the top tier to my Wilton Course 3 cake. Your cookies sound really cute!
About how many cookies can you get from this recipe ?
Fiddle, I used a 2" cutter and I think it was about 30 or so. This is a little wetter dough and I think it would benefit from being rolled on a floured board rather than on parchment like I do the NFSC. I really do like the taste so see what you think.
Forgot to mention that this dough held it's shape like a dream for me whether it was chilled or baked at room temperature. Thanks Alan.
Thanks, I will keep the recipe so I can give it a try next time I want to play cookies.