Last night my teen son wanted to make something. So, I suggested sugar cookies. The younger children went and grabbed the cook book I won off here at Gather last year. They gave my teen the recipe for sugar cookies.
My teen got busy and made the cookies. Pulled them out of the oven and said," Here Mom you get first one." I grabbed a cookie and took a bite. Trying to keep a straight face, I took a second bite. Than I cautiously asked my son if he added sugar to the cookies. He told me that the recipe didn't call for any sugar. I started laughing my head off. How could he not put sugar in when making "SUGAR" cookies?
However, without the sugar the cookies tasted more like a biscuit or a bread. So, instead of throwing them out. The family and I ate them with butter and jelly.