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Easter Egg Cookies

I whipped up some easy, no rolling or cutting required Easter egg sugar cookies.

I used the same recipe for these Easter egg cookies as my Valentine’s Day cookies. But, this time I formed them into egg shapes instead of circles. Because, to be honest, I reserve  the fuss of cut-out cookies for Christmas. If I can form dough into shape with my hands and save time I’m all over it.

Easter Egg Cookies! Taste like Lofthouse cookies and so easy to make! No rolling or cutting needed!

Now, here’s how I made the egg shapes. I started by using my cookie scoop to get a uniform amount of dough. I rolled the dough into a ball, and then rolled it into a more oblong ball. I squished it a little in between my hands to make it flat and set them on the cookie sheet. If you have time, I recommend making a few trial dough balls and baking them to see how they come out.

Easter Egg Cookies! Taste like Lofthouse cookies and so easy to make! No rolling or cutting needed!

As I usually do, I gave away most these cookies. (It’s just too dangerous to keep that many cookies in the house.)  My friends loved them and compared them to the Lofthouse cookies you buy in grocery stores, BUT much better and fresher tasting. I have to say– I totally agree with them.

Click on the image below to download the recipe card.

4x6 easter egg sugar cookies copy

Think you’ll whip these up for Easter?

Easter Egg Cookies! Taste like Lofthouse cookies and so easy to make! No rolling or cutting needed!

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  1. Aw, those are so cute! Love all the pastel colors. I think I have an Easter egg cookie cutter somewhere around here!

  2. These look perfect!! YUM!! And welcome to the hop (; Looking forward to lots of projects together!

  3. I love me a good sugar cookie and these look amazing! So glad you’ve joined the blog hop!

  4. I wish it was a linky party! I have an edible Easter decoration post & a Cadbury mini egg cookie dough dip recipe! These look great girl.

  5. These are too cute! I made something similar to these with my daughter last year.

  6. Frosted sugar cookies are seriously my favorite thing ever, and these look fabulous! Welcome to the hop…we’re so glad you’re with us!!

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  9. My kids, especially my youngest daughter, loves sugar cookies. It’s so fun to decorate and one of the easier ‘fancy’ cookies to make. Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday.

  10. Your cookies look delicious! I have been looking for a recipe to make with my toddler.
    I think he will love to add the sprinkles on top.
    Have a great weekend!

  11. These are so cute! I love how you made them the shape of an egg instead of the usual round shape of a cookie. Creative idea! Thanks for linking up with the Delicious Dishes Recipe party!

  12. How fun – these are adorable!! Thank you for sharing this with us at the #HomeMattersParty

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