Kool-Aid Sugar Cookies

28 Apr

Sugar cookies are always a favorite to make, especially around holidays.  They are simple to make, using very few ingredients and not taking up a lot of time.  Children love to help roll out the dough and cut out the cookies, so you can make it a family event.  Baking some cut out sugar cookies is a great way to spend time with the family, and teach your children the basics of cooking.

Kool-Aid Sugar Cookies are extra spectacular!  They have all the traditional flavors and textures of regular sugar cookies, but with one special ingredient.  By adding a presweetened Kool-Aid to the sugar cookies, you can flavor them anyway you want.  These sugar cookies also don’t need to be frosted, unless you really want to.  Cherry or tropical punch are two good Kool-Aid flavors to use for Christmas or Valentine’s Day.  A pink lemonade or other citrus flavor is quite refreshing on hot summer days.  Try out your favorite flavor in this recipe, you’ll be amazed how wonderful Kool-Aid will make the cookies taste.

Initially I was a little worried about the sugar cookies having too much flavor, or the being overpowered by the Kool-Aid, but in reality it adds just the right amount of flavor and fantastic color!

 

 

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2 Responses to “Kool-Aid Sugar Cookies”

  1. Sam Dunkin 16. Nov, 2011 at 1:11 am #

    I’m definitely trying these. They appear so….bright, and delicious!

    Is there any way around having the dough refrigerate all night?

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