Potentially Rude Threadbanger Sugar Cookies

Nothing says Christmas like sugar cookies, even potentially rude Threadbanger Sugar Cookies. Grab your favorite cookie cutters and read on!

Potentially Rude Threadbanger Sugar Cookies

Potentially Rude Threadbanger Sugar Cookies

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A couple of years ago, my youngest kid, whom I affectionately refer to as “Punk”, turned me on to the YouTube Channel Threadbanger. Their videos are a lot of fun. If you love DIY projects – and don’t mind cursing – then you’d love their channel and you should go Subscribe immediately!

So Punk loves to bake and was heading over to a “Friendmas” party the other night. It was the perfect opportunity to try out this awesome recipe from the Christmas edition of the Threadbanger Box. Punk loves the goodies they send in that box and the Christmas box included a recipe for Corinne’s Great Grandma Alice’s Sugar Cookie Recipe. It also came with some great “G” “F” and “Y” Cookie cutters, so you can tell Santa and your your loved ones “Good For You” if you’d like. (Or . . . whatever.)

Here’s Corrine’s video making the cookies. This video does have some barely-bleeped language, so while funny, it isn’t really safe for work or around little ones. Just a little warning so you don’t yell at me.

So, I guess Santa’s kind of a badass!

So after making up the dough, Punk got busy cutting out cookies and spreading flour all over the counter.

Potentially Rude Threadbanger Sugar Cookies - Progress 1

But when they were getting ready to go into the oven, they were looking pretty good.

Potentially Rude Threadbanger Sugar Cookies - Progress 2

(Unfortunately, I cannot say the same for my cookie sheets, which are old and sad.)

The timing on these cookies is really crucial as they burn easily. But Punk is a master in the Ways of Cookie and those naked cookies were looking pretty good.

Potentially Rude Threadbanger Sugar Cookies - Progress 3

The cookies were staying naked for the party, since they were planning to decorate them there, but we couldn’t resist nibbling on them, naked or not. This recipe is seriously outstanding. Not overly sweet, but with a nice spice to them. The actual recipe calls for nutmeg, but Punk couldn’t find any so ended up using ground cloves and cinnamon instead and also increased the 1 teaspoon of vanilla to three. It definitely worked and they were Very tasty!

Potentially Rude Threadbanger Sugar Cookies - Progress 4

The party was also a big success, so that was fun. And I got Punk to decorate a few cookies for me for a picture, so that was cool!

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Ours spell G Y F. I’m not sure what that stands for. “Give Yourself Facials”? “Grow Your Flowers”? Or maybe “Give Yourself Freedom” – Goof’s Suggestion. His is nice. I’ll go with that.

I love these potentially rude Threadbanger Sugar Cookies. We took their picture with our Charlie Brown Christmas Tree because . . . WE HAVE A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS TREE! (Well, Punk does, actually, if you want to be technical about it.)

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Charlie Brown doesn’t care though. Charlie Brown knows his tree is for everyone!

Do you have a favorite sugar cookie recipe? If you try these, I’d love to hear about it!

This awesome set of cookie cutters would be perfect for a recipe like this!

Wilson Cookie Cutters from Target.com

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Potentially Rude Threadbanger (inspired) Sugar Cookie Recipe

Recipe modified a bit from Threadbanger Corinne’s Great Grandma Alice’s Sugar Cookie Recipe!

  • 3 Eggs
  • 1 C. Unsalted Butter, softened
  • 1 1/2 C. White Sugar
  • 1/2 C. Brown Sugar
  • 1 C. Sour Cream
  • 3 Tsp. Vanilla Extract
  • Cinnamon (Several Shakes)
  • Ground Cloves (Several Shakes)
  • Salt (A Pinch)
  • 5 to 6 C. All-Purpose Flour

Preheat oven to 350* degrees F.

Cream the butter and sugars together.

Add eggs, sour cream, and vanilla extract and mix well.

Add baking soda, cinnamon, ground cloves, salt, and flour. Mix well until you have a nice cookie dough.

Cover and put in refrigerator to chill for an hour or so.

Roll your dough out on wax paper, using flour to help with sticking.

Cut out with your cookie cutters of choice.

Bake 3 to 4 minutes. They burn quickly. Watch them closely.

Let cool thoroughly before decorating.

Decorate them pretty!

Serve and Enjoy!

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