It’s been a busy week around EasyRecipe central. We’re so close to launching our new recipe plugin and it seems like every 15 minutes I get a, “Maureen, can you design a _____ for me right now?” So it’s drop everything and help him get what he needs done and then get back to “work”. My blog and cooking in general have suffered. Last night I ate peanut butter off a spoon for dinner. I know, I know – it could be orgasmic to do that but I’d need to have my clothes off and who has time?
I got a call yesterday from an old friend who was visiting Brisbane and wanted to drive up to the Sunshine Coast for coffee with us. With all that’s been going on, we both went, “who has time for this???” But we love this woman and wouldn’t miss spending time with her so I raced around like a madwoman making the house presentable. Did you see the meme going around this week that said the best cleaning is always done in the 10 minutes before company arrives? That’s me to a T. Anyone who arrives unannounced takes their chances.
You probably don’t have to clean up for company but I’ve got a dog that thinks every tissue or piece of paper he finds should be made into confetti, leaves kiss marks along the bottom of the windows (our back wall is nearly all glass) and I have cats who think if I don’t feed them at 6am they’ll knock over the food and help themselves. Yes, the place was a mess. I’d just gotten home from having coffee with a new friend and scrubbing the windows and floors wasn’t on my to-do list.
John came down the stairs and said the usual, “you don’t need me to do anything do you?” It’s like he doesn’t live here and the chores are all mine but he has been working 18 hr days to get this thing done so I smiled sweetly and said, “I’ve got it,” and he trotted back to his office. A few minutes later he yelled down and said, “Don’t forget that Anne can’t eat eggs!”
Argh, I had forgotten so I went to my recipe file from my mother to find a quick cookie without eggs so we could have a nibble with coffee. I found one! Okay, I’m not a big fan of cookies without eggs. It’s like eating a stick of sweet butter for me but in small quantities, this recipe is very good. They are especially good if you can’t eat eggs.
- 3½ cups flour
- 452 grams (2 cups) salted butter
- 1½ cups sugar
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- Preheat oven to 180C/350F.
- Cream the butter and sugar together until they are light and fluffy - don't skimp on this step because it makes a difference.
- Add vanilla extract.
- Slowly add in the flour.
- Place the large balls of of cookie dough onto a parchment lined sheet pan using a spoon or ice cream scoop. Leave room for flattening and a little bit of spread in the oven.
- Take a flat bottomed glass, smear a tiny bit of batter on the bottom and dip in sugar and flatten each ball.
- Bake for 10 to 15 minutes. You only want the edges to turn brown so the cookies are crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.
Anne was so pleased that she got a treat that she begged for the recipe to take back to Melbourne with her. I figured if she was that happy, other people who can’t eat eggs might like them too so you should keep this recipe for friends like Anne.
Eggless cookies!!! PERFECT for my saturdays!! And just 4 ingredients too. This goes into bookmark.
And I know about mess…….sigh!
amisha lal says
great recipe and gorgeous for tea parties or snacks.
Malcolm R says
And coffee! )
Loved this recipe! My daughter is allergic to eggs and this recipe was perfect! We couldn’t believe how delicious they were and how perfect they looked after they were cooked! You don’t miss the egg in it at all! The cookies came out very fluffy and delicious! The batter was so smooth and moist, super delicious and made a decent amount! Easy to make and had all the ingredients at home, didn’t have to make a special trip to the grocery store. Thank you! Will make these again! My husband couldn’t stop eating them and he doesn’t usually like sugar cookies. He was impressed!
What type of flour did you use and can I use plain flour?
I used plain flour.
Can you use margarine instead of butter
You can but I wouldn’t.
Kenisha Norman says
What can i use in substitute of the vanilla
any flavoring you like!
I used maple syrup and then cinnamon!
Can you use brown sugarand regular sugar mixed?
yes but the taste will be different and so will the texture.
Hiya, can I roll out and use a shaping cutter for this recipe?
I’m not sure what a shaping cutter is. If you mean to roll it out and cut them. It will work if the dough is very cold. Sorry I missed this one!
Pearl Westerfield says
So my daughter waits til last min to tell me she needed sugar cookies for school so im not prepared for this so i google sugar cookie recipe seen this easy one so we made them and wow yes such a great recipe so thank you for sharing this recipe.
Charlotte Valentine says
I love sweet stuff. Thanks for trying to cook this weekend.
Kathleen B says
Thank you so much for this recipe I will be happy to eat a treat again. Blessings.
Choc Chip Uru says
Bookmarked this gorgeous recipe my friend, my mum avoids eggs as much as possible thank you so much 😀
Choc Chip Uru
You mean a huge glob of peanut butter on a spoon is not a healthy dinner? Or as it s so often for me…….a midnight snack? Keeps me from getting the hungries during the night.
Love these cookies. Easy enough even I may try my hand at baking again.
Hotly Spiced says
Your husband sounds just like mine! Adorable but useless when it comes to seeing what needs to be done. Unbelievable! I can just picture the scene. I also do most of my cleaning when I know people are coming over. The worst is when my spick and span parents drop in unannounced. I think they go home and have sleepless nights after viewing the carnage that is my home xx
Laura (Tutti Dolci) says
I’m intrigued by eggless cookies – these look scrumptious!
Good recipe – you never know when you’ll run into someone who can’t eggs, and this is good to know. I should probably look up and see what the vegan alternative to sugar cookies is – there are some amazing products out there. At least they sound amazing when I read about them on vegan blogs – I like my butter and eggs so I’m not planning to substitute, but I’m always curious about how people cope. Cleaning is pretty low priority around here, too. Amazing how the prospect of company spurs one to frenzied efforts, isn’t it?
Lizzy (Good Things) says
Yummy, these look and sound really tasty.
This time, with half a cake mix, I used 1/4 C oil, one egg, some chocolate chips, roll 1 balls into icing sugar, bake 2 apart at 350 for 10 min.Nothing could be eaiser!
With all that you have to do you STILL make eggless cookies for visiting friends and give hubby a break from prepping the house for company! I’m not even embarrassed about my poor housekeeping any more.
I haven’t cleaned inside my oven in at least a year and the kitchen floor was washed by my nephew this spring before he went back to school. I cook and do laundry. Everything else is a luxury.
Right now I’m waiting for a pain pill to kick in and give me some relief as I just learned that I cannot walk 3 city blocks, even with a cane, without great discomfort.
I made and ate pork chops and asparagus with hollandaise for ‘whatever you call the first meal of the day that sits sometime between lunch and supper’, then went to visit my mom. I’m home now, washed the dishes and made coffee and nothing is moving me from my chair in front of my computer until bedtime.
Eggless! Fantastic! They look really good.
Malou | Skip to Malou says
I’ve always been curious how egg less recipes work… i mean how it holds and its texture. But judging from your photos, it looks crisp and mmm good.
happy weekend… i hope you find time to relax…
Kari @ bite-sized thoughts says
These look wonderful 🙂 Just my sort of cookies! I hope things calm down for you soon though.
The Café Sucré Farine says
They look quite wonderful to me Maureen. You are a wonder woman, getting your house spiffed and having a plate of these yummy treats to greet your guest. You probably had things looking so together and your house smelling so delicious, she probably thought that you had one of those houses where you just push a button and the house cleans itself, maybe even throws in a pan of cookies! 🙂 Oh, by the way, can I stop by tomorrow if I’m in the neighborhood? 🙂
Rachel Cotterill says
I definitely do most of my cleaning when someone is about to arrive, too. The cookies look great. Visiting from the SITS food blogger thread, nice to meet you 🙂
Lovely to meet you Rachel and thanks for stopping by!
What do you mean by “cream the sugar and butter”
Creaming a batter means beating it until it doesn’t look like sugar and butter. It looks creamy – light and fluffy.
Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella says
You definitely are superwoman to have whipped these up with not a moment to spare! 😀 I;ve had to tell hubby not to leave his underwear around the house after my friend dropped by unexpectedly and was greeted with that sight 😛
Judy@Savoring Today says
Gotta love surprise company, good thing you baked cookies to distract her from the house. Okay, I guess I’d pick up a bit, but really I’ve learned to let the baked goods make it look like I was too busy. 😉
My granddaughter loves cookie dough and other than the fact that it’s unhealthy, she is allergic to raw eggs. She is going to be thrilled with this.
I have a friend who is allergic to eggs. I will pass her the recipe. Thanks for sharing!
Well Anne is lucky to have such good friends 🙂 Those cookies look so tasty.
The cookies are definitely melt in your mouth cookies! No eggs, but look at all that wonderful, tasty butter! Love this recipe and the pictures are a true sell!
Ilan (IronWhisk Blog) says
Not being able to eat eggs really sucks.. but these cookies look great!
Sounds like you have been busy. Your cookies look delicious. The perfect treat for a visiting friend.
Claire @ Claire K Creations says
I’m totally the same! I wish someone could give me 10 minutes notice and pop in once a week so I could do all the cleaning in super-speed.
yummy! 😀 that satisfies my sugar craving to the max!
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Yasmeen @ Wandering Spice says
An impressive effort, pulling all of that off simultaneously! Admittedly I’m an egg lover but I do have family members with various dietary needs, and the 4 ingredients part makes this even more wonderful. The texture looks beautifully crispy – perfect for dipping into my afternoon coffee
I had a little chuckle when you said ‘last night I had peanut butter off a spoon for dinner’ been there, done that! Not the naked part, mind you!
I too was vacuuming the house about 20 minutes before my GF and hubby arrived last night. Hehehe! Not naked either, just to clarify.
The cookies sound interesting, I don’t know anyone who cannot eat eggs. I’ll bookmark it anyway to try when we get back from Europe in October.
Oh Maureen, these cookies look wonderful! I adore sweet, buttery sugar cookies! It’s amazing all that you can achieve when you think you don’t have a minute to spare! : )
Parsley Sage says
Men! At least he remembered about the no eggs 🙂
It’s cleaning the house miserable? Ugh. At least there’s cookies…or in my case, slow cooking mac ‘n cheese
Tania @ A Perfect Pantry says
I love the fact that this has only 4 ingredients… perfect.
Jenn and Seth says
i love eggs, but sometimes i run out and still want something sweet to eat despite being too lazy to run to the store- so this is perfect for those days!!
Oh wow, they sound so ridiculously simple to make and ALSO look amazing! I know what I’ll be making for my next work morning tea when I’m pushed for time!
Kiran @ KiranTarun.com says
“That” time of the season! I love baking cookies and this is no exception 🙂
I cannot wait to try these simple, easy and wonderful cookies! Perfect with my morning cup of “Chai”.
I’m known for running out of eggs of the constant, so these cookies are perfect for a night when I want something sweet and am out of them!
Maureen, I was so excited to find this recipe! My oldest, Ty, has been begging for sugar cookies all week. I love that these are eggless. I’m getting off the computer and making these asap. Oh. and btw. I had Nutella on a spoon for dinner last night. LOL So excited for y’all with launching Easy Recipe, congrats again. Have a great day!
Thanks! Now I’m craving nutella on a spoon. I could have had that the other day when I had the peanut butter but didn’t think of it.
Do you think I could add MM’s?
Why not? 🙂
Chung-Ah | Damn Delicious says
I’ve never tried a cookie recipe without eggs but I totally need to give this a try!
It’s not a cookie I’d make often because it’s pretty much butter and sugar but for those who can’t eat eggs, this is a wonderful treat.
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Baker Street says
good luck with the new launch, maureen! these cookies look amazing!
Nami | Just One Cookbook says
What are you kidding me, just 4 ingredients? FOUR? These look really delicious, and you took very good pictures of them that I cannot resist. Perfect for my chai in the afternoon. I also have friends who are allergic to eggs, and I should send this link to them. Or they get to have some of mine…but wait probably I’d consume most of it (as always!) – it’s a treat for me when I finally bake something. 🙂
Nami | Just One Cookbook says
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Hi Maureen – I love these! They have something very similar in Sweden which they call “dreams” because they’re so light. They have a bit less butter and vegetable oil as well – cooked in little balls as well, instead of a cookie but I can imagine how good these are. I find it difficult not to eat all the dough, lol 😀
The three little words every woman loves to hear: Easy To Make. Ahhh and when it is easy and THIS good…. I love sugar cookies like these and easy is even better. And it is always great to have a couple eggless recipes in one’ repertoire.
Amy (Savory Moments) says
Lovely and simple cookie recipe!
I love finding eggless recipes, it is a challenge to make some recipes. Your cookies look lovely, your friend was so lucky to enjoy such delicious cookies! Hugs, Terra
Dear Maureen, These cookies are simple yet delicious I am sure. They go perfectly with coffee or tea. Blessings my dear, your friend, Catherine xo
Kristi Rimkus says
I was recently diagnosed with a sensitivity to eggs. This recipe will be perfect for me for the upcoming holidays!
Roxana | Roxana's Home Baking says
Having some cholesterol problems, eggless and especially egg-yolk free recipes are always welcome. These cookies look so buttery and soft, saving the recipe.
Can’t wait for the plugin to go live! I’m like a kid waiting for Christmas day
CJ at Food Stories says
These cookies are gorgeous … I literally just got up and pulled my butter out to warm up cause now I need to make some cookies 🙂
This is the best eggless sugar cookies I have ever made. My niece is allergic and I invited them over but they missed the date. I fed them to the rest of the family and they didn’t even realize because the were so good. Can these be made gluten free also?
Liz! Thanks so much. I think it’s definitely possible to use a commercial gluten free flour in these cookies.
Mary Garcia says
I followed the recipe exactly, but the cookies did not come out right. They just crumbled apart. I went to a different blog and saw that they added a little milk and baking powder, so I added these same ingredients and winged it the best I could since the flour etc was different. They came out awesome, just wanted to be helpful incase anyone else did not have success without the baking powder.
wow.. I might try that. They might go from okay to awesome. 🙂
Mine came out the same way…just crumbles. I’m going to try and add the baking powder and milk…wish me luck
Just made these (still am baking them right now and had to post!) for my son’s scouts ceremony! I did not have eggs so that’s how I came across this recipe. As I was adding the butter and sugar, I realized I did not have enough sugar. In a panic I googled white sugar substitute. I found you could substitute with maple syrup. Gave it a try and they came out awesome! Only thing I could only bake them for 6 1/2 to 7 mins as the maple syrup browns the cookie faster. But none the less they taste great!! Will definitely be making these for Christmas 🙂
Angela, you’re a recipe developer!
Can these be chilled, rolled out and cut into shapes?
No, these cookies wouldn’t be right for rolling and cutting into shapes, sorry!
I found this recipe while googling for sugar cookies I could make without eggs (since I usually reduce the recipe so it makes just 2 cookies, and you can’t reduce eggs that much). I have never made sugar cookies before, and boy was I disappointed to find out that this is actually a recipe for SHORTBREAD (not sugar) cookies. I hate shortbread. Good thing I didn’t make the full recipe! Please, change the title of your recipe so people know what they will get, especially if they are inexperienced bakers like me.
These are the best sugar cookies ever!!!!! Very light with slight mild outer crunch. I baked for 10 mins and made sure I whipped the butter and sugar for about 10 mins while I tucked the kids into bed. This is the easiest and so basic, VERY glad I came across this and your site. Cant wait to try more things! This is my new go to cookie!
Someone posted that these are shortbread cookies…I can’t disagree more. These are definitely sugar cookies, and delicious! Thank you for the easy recipe!!!
Thanks for the parchment idea!
I used this recipe but improved the sugar cookie texture.
1¾ cups spelt flour
2 cups kamut flour
2 cups unsalted butter
1½ cups sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1/8 cup milk or 1/8 cup water or 2 eggs
2 teaspoons baking powder (2/3 tsp cream of tartar & 1/3 tsp baking soda)
1/2 teaspoon salt
In a large bowl, cream together butter and sugar until smooth.
Beat in eggs and vanilla.
Stir in the flour, baking powder, and salt.
Cover, and chill dough for at least one hour (or overnight).
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F
Roll out dough on floured surface or between 2 sheets of parchment paper, 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick.
Cut into shapes with a floured cookie cutter.
Place cookies 1 inch apart on ungreased cookie sheets.
Bake 10 to 15 minutes in preheated oven.
Cool on rack.
The baking powder makes them fluffy.
Use only 1 teaspoon of baking powder.
Gina Jean says
can i substitute butter for olive oil or veg oil?
Yes, I think you can. The recipe was for egg and dairy free but no reason you couldn’t adapt it.
can i cut out the cookies with cookie cutters
Hi Astrid, I don’t think this cookie batter is suited to cutouts, sorry!
wow these cookies turned out better then i thought they would they are super esy to make to and they taste awsome you should really try to make them
I’m glad you liked them, Ashley!
Brigitte McElroy says
I’m disappointed with your name. why does my 12 year old niecehave to read a filthy title when looking for cookie recipes. Our society has gotten disgustingI’m blind I think its cute.
I’m sorry but I did every thing I was suppose to do and my.cookies tuened out like sweet sticks of butter not at all like a cookies kind of a biscuit and a.sweet stick of butter
I’m really sorry the recipe didn’t work for you. My family loves these cookies.
Looking for an eggless sugar cookie recipe for the in- laws, cheers! And I disagree with above, love your site name. There is far worse a child could come across online than your aptly named site. It is not the world’s job to babysit someone else’s kid anyways. 😉
Thanks very much. I wish you’d left an email because I’d have written a personal note expressing my gratitude for taking the time to make this comment. xxoo
Tabarak Ismail says
I can’t wait to try this recipe. I was wondering if there was a way that you could make less than 40 cookies, and if so, how? Thank you very much!
You can half the recipe:
1 3/4 cups flour
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
I am the cook at a home for very young boys with learning and developmental disabilities, and I like to make them homemade snacks for when they come home from school and THEY LOVE THESE! I rolled a few in cinnamon sugar and the smiles were well worth it!! Thank you!!
Omg these r so awesome… So easy, so delicious
Kristin Evans says
Thank you so much for this recipe. Just so happened we were out of eggs, yet I was craving sugar cookies, found this site and tried your recipe! This is now my family’s favorite cookie!!! Great recipe, my friend ?
I usually dont write reviews but these are absolutely AMAZING. I was craving something sweet and didnt have eggs and this recipe was perfect. They are so crisp on the outer edges and a nice soft chewy texture on the inside. Definitely a 5 star recipe.
Saitaina Moricia Malfoy says
Others are right, this is a shortbread cookie, but a very good one.
No sure what a shortbread cookie suppose to taste like but this taste like a sugar cookie to me. ITS GREAT!! 🙂
Carol Schaedel says
Just made these sugar cookies with my 3 year old granddaughter. I made half the recipe, because I didn’t have enough butter. Turned out great!! They are yummy! Great grandfather (89) loves them, too .
This recipe is a keeper…thanks from Michigan USA
First of all, you really need to change your blog name. Its offensive and to younger kids, that inappropriate. to me this cookie sounds like another three pounds but ill try it since It has some good comments…
There is nothing offensive on my blog, I’m sorry if you’re offended by the name. Thanks for your comment. I don’t have many younger kids searching recipes and if they question it I will give one of the dictionary definitions of ‘intense and unrestrained excitement’ which definitely defines my approach to food.
Can I leave out the vannila extract?
of course but they’ll be bland. Maybe almond extract?
We can’t have dairy either ?
I’ll have to put my thinking cap on for this one. You are really limited with no eggs and no dairy but I know it’s possible.
Do you have the nutritional value for these ?
They are amazing!
Sorry but I don’t. We are working on getting that available very soon.
Ava S. says
I am not a big fan of this recipe… Sorry it just wasn’t for me. The cookie consistency was off and the taste was awful.
What can i do to make this better? I would like to take another shot at it.
I have no problems with eggs so I don’t know what to add to make them taste more like cookies with eggs, I’m very sorry.
These cookies are amazing im vegan so theres not alot of premade treats to buy and i love how chewy they are and how easy and simple they are i give it 5 stars hands down.
Hi I absolutely love how these taste my girlfriend and I can just sit here eating cookie dough without sorry now lol
Tania Rose Rice says
I went shopping with three children in tow… obviously I forgot eggs… Just made this 8/30/2017 at 7:16pm. They taste so good! We are in love with this recipe in my household now (used organic white buckwheat for gluten free). Thank you so much!!!
Not a very big fan, they didn’t turn out well at all, just tastes like a stick of butter. Made me a bit sick to my stomach but I may try it again in the future
I can’t believe these worked! Very yummy and the perfect combination of chewy/crispy!
Have you ever tried them as cut outs? Would love to roll out cookies without having to worry about sanitizing everything after because of the raw eggs!
Hi, knee deep in assorted cookie baking for Christmas tins. I am goiing to try dividing big recipe
and doing some with nutmeg, and also with powdered anise., as thats what I have. I know anise
extract would be better but giving it a go. Will also have some with the pressed sugar topping.
Wonderful to find this recipe. Any suggestions on the powdered anise? Thank you!!!
I think powdered anise sounds wonderful. I apologize for being so late. I’ve been really unwell for many months.
Oh wow those are delicious! my mother-in-law (she lives 600 miles away) is one of those that whenever she come to our house she’ll clean it from top to bottom. When me n my husband had just started dating his parents were planning to come over so I did spring cleaning in his house. There couldn’t have been a speck of dirt anywhere, I swear, but she cleaned the house anyway! That happened at least 3 or 4 times. I went off the deep end so my husband told me that the next time his mother comes over I’m not supposed to do any cleaning for 2 weeks. Hehehe that poor woman flipped out big time….. buuuut she hasnt cleaned my house since. Don’t get me wrong I do love my mother-in-law very much! she just stepped on my toes one time to many.
Greenberry Blueberry says
Awesome! I had to make these, they looked so great! I recommend adding some cinnamon, about a teaspoon or 1/2 of one.
Yes yes yes what a winner. I need something sweet. And this was a perfect thank you
Ashley Jones says
Made them…they turned out awesome!!! I of course had to had pink food coloring and used red sugar sprinkles on top! I cant do eggs so this was great!!!
Wow, many years later your recipe is still baking! I was out of eggs today but wanted to make cookies dang it! Mine are nearly done and they look so good! Thank you for sharing this recipe. It really made the day here at my house.
I don’t know where I went wrong. My batter was not doughy-like, but more like cake batter. Would love to try again but don’t want to make a huge mess again!
CHRISTIE M SOUMAH says
Hi this is my first time doing this however I wanted to say great recipe but I added a tbsp of baking powder they became light and fluffy and absolutely delicious I swear I ate at least a dozen lol
Shocked at how delicious these came out! Great crispy and crewy consistency.
This is the best sugar cookie recipe In the world! My boyfriend and his dad loved them.
We (my 3 littles and I) just baked these cookies, and we are waiting for them to cool so we can add icing!
My youngest is anaphylactic to eggs, so dying Easter eggs is out of the question for us. I still wanted to have some fun with them and start a new tradition, and this is the route we chose to take. I bought Easter-themed cookie cutters, so our cookies are in the shape of eggs (ironic, right?), butterflies, carrots, chicks, bunnies, and butterflies. We’ll be decorating them after bath time tonight and putting them out during Easter dinner tomorrow!
Thanks for sharing this recipe! I’m so excited my allergy baby gets a treat!
Kate Butschek says
No super woman here…. Don’t spice it up… We’re Woman… There’s no limit to what we can do… It’s not SUPER… It’s female…. That’s implied… Xxx don’t like egg.. Love cookies. Xx
I like the recipe, but I also added lime zest and lime juice to mine to make it a little tart. It was the perfect little treat for my children too. They loved the normal recipe and the lime recipe.
Found the recipes a couple of hours ago, currently eating some cookies! They are delicious! I added some cinnamon to mine…. Thank you so much
Hello! Do you think we can use cane sugar instead of white sugar?
These were amazing!! I adjusted the recipe a bit–added cinnamon, replaced half of the sugar with brown sugar, and replaced 1/4 of the butter with margarine and they came out soo good.
can i use almond flour ?
Made these for my mum and myself today. They are absolutely gorgeous and this recipe is perfect for when you don’t have many ingredients in! I will definately be making these again!