At this time, I am crazy about the cookies, and my family love to eat the sweets. Oh, well – I like to create something in the sweets differently so I look for the pins in my Pinterest. I just want to try and think so hard how I can make the cookies, but I find something so interesting. I have no idea if you like Root Beer or not. I do not know much about your liking of the sweets. I do know my own liking of the sweets. Many people choose what they like in the sweets, that’s fine. Right now, I am not in the mood for sweets in order to stay away from the sugars and focus on my gluten-free foods & desserts. I want to eat and taste the sweets but I must follow my doctor’s orders. That sucks.
Guess what? I make Root Beer Sugar Cookies. It’s really easy to make root beer sugar cookies, unfortunately, I cannot usually eat sugar cookies. My husband and kids can eat the sugar cookies. I do not mind tasting a bit little of the cookie. After that, one young son says that the cookies taste quite weird. My older son says that he wants more. My husband says that he wants to bring the cookies to his work so his employees can try to taste root beer sugar cookies. I am so proud of the results, except my young son’s response. It’s okay to share an honest opinion, I really appreciate his honesty. Now, would you join me to make the root beer sugar cookies?
What You Need:
1/4 teaspoon Root Beer Extract
1 package of Betty Crocker’s Sugar Cookies mix
1/2 cup butter
Preheat 375° from the oven. Combine egg, butter, and sugar cookies package into a medium bowl.
Add 1/4 teaspoon Root Beer Extract and stir it all the way. If you taste this for the test and find that it’s not enough, you can add the extra 1/4 teaspoon. I do that sometimes because I want to be sure that it tastes good.
Scoop each of sugar cookies dough and then bake it within 20 minutes.
At last, get it out from the oven and let them be cool.