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Swig sugar cookies are grandma’s greatest invention!
Okay, so I’m not insinuating that my grandma invented swig sugar cookies, but I’m convinced that someone’s grandma did. Cookies like these are just too darn good to have been thought up by some random Joe. Swig sugar cookies are made with a magic touch that only grandmothers have. Now, of course, if you have a good recipe to follow, you can make these magical cookies just as good and grandma.
Swig sugar cookies are relatively easy to make and they don’t contain too many ingredients. You can make your own icing for the cookies but you don’t have too and the store bought stuff will work just fine.
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Quick Tip: This recipe for swig sugar cookies is very easy to double.