Soft Cinnamon Cookies

Hi guys!

I rarely make cookies. Probably because, for some unknown reason, they usually don’t turn out the way I wanted them to be. It can also be my perfectionist side because I rarely hear people complain. Even when I’m unhappy with the result.

So for me to share a cookie recipe, that means something. These Cinnamon Cookies aren’t fancy at all but sometimes, easy does it 😉

These cookies are the perfect ones for a cosy night on the couch. You know. It’s raining outside, no sunshine to be seen and it’s cold. The rain will probably never stop and it’s already getting dark around noon. On those days, I like to curl up in a blanket (a fluffy one), have some tea, binge Netflix and have a simple, comforting cookie. That’s where these Cinnamon Cookies come in. Especially during Fall 😉

Suuuuuuuper easy to make and even easier to eat.

What we need for +- 25 – 30 cookies:

  • 225 g soft, unsalted butter
  • 200 g caster sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 380 g self-raising flour
  • 1 tbsp vanilla
  • 2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • plastic foil
  • a glass
  • baking sheets lined with baking paper

How to:

  1. Mix together butter and sugar until combined
  2. Add the eggs one at a time
  3. add the vanilla and give a good whisk
  4. Add salt and cinnamon and mix until a firm dough forms
  5. Roll into a ball and wrap in plastic foil. Chill for 30 minutes
  6. Preheat the oven at 190°C
  7. Try to cut out even pieces of dough and roll them into little balls
  8. Place them on the baking paper and gently press down with a glass
  9. Bake for +- 12 minutes

If you like them crunchy, have them right after they’re baked. Prefer the soft version? Keep them in an air-tight container and eat the next day 🙂

Oh almost forgot to tell you: the SMELL in your house after baking these is amazing! Fall all the way ^^ I almost wrote Fallalalaa but that’s for December 😉

Have a delicious day ❤

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