Easy Sugar Cookie Bars
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Sugar Cookie Bars
My daughter had sent me a pin last year to make sugar cookie bars for when she came to visit. I didn’t get the chance then so I made them for her when she came home for Easter a few weeks ago. The recipe made a 13 x 9 pan so I cut the recipe in half because I was also making an Oreo cheesecake for my son and didn’t want a bunch of leftovers since I don’t eat sugar. I made them in a 8 x 8 pan and the cookie bars came out fairly thin. I suppose I should have made the whole recipe and just put some in the freezer. But with the icing added on top she said they were really good so I guess all in all it was a success!
For the cookie:
1 cup butter, softened
8 oz cream cheese, softened
1½ cups sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
2½ cups flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
½ tsp baking soda
For the frosting:
3/4 cup salted butter, room temperature
3 cups powdered sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
3-4 tablespoons heavy cream
Here is the link the the pin where the original recipe is found. You can find the directions there.
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These look delicious. We love sugar cookies at our house and I have never made this type of bars before. I can’t wait to try them. Pinning!
My boys love sugar cookies and I don’t like them at all so they’re perfect for me to make when they want a sweet treat and I want to watch my waist. These do look good and sound easier to make than traditional sugar cookies. Pinned.
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Roseann, How sweet of you to make these for your daughter! They look delicious and I’m sure they would be a big hit in my family too. Pinning to share.
I know these are just as tasty as they are pretty. Reading the recipe made me hungry for one. Thank you for sharing!
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These bars would be fun to make with my daughters. They are so pretty, too! Thanks for sharing.
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Your sugar cookie bars look pretty and delicious, Roseann. What a great treat to make. I love finding new cookie bar recipes. They are always a hit at my house.
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I think I would prefer the thinner bars! The sugar cookie bars look delicious. Pinning to make!
I love that you can get sugar cookie taste without the rolling and cutting. I will pin this one for later, thanks for sharing!
The cookies look delicious. I like the idea that you cut the recipe in half. If I made the whole recipe and put half in the freezer I would be going back and forth.
Sound delicious! I think I could convert these to gluten free 🙂
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They look pretty and delicious!Hugs!
Love the idea of using cream cheese in this cookie dough! Sounds like they were soft and delicious! Yum!
Sugar cookie bars are such a great idea. We love sugar cookies, but I love the time that is saved by making sugar cookie bars. Your sugar cookie bars are so pretty and I am glad that you were able to make them for your daughter. Thank you for sharing at Snickerdoodle Create Bake Make link party.
These are so pretty. I see cream cheese in the ingredients and I love the idea. These would be perfect to go with my tea. Thanks for sharing at Fiesta Friday party. I am sure everyone would love these. Happy FF!
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Those are so pretty and they sound delicious! Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner Party! Hope your week is great.
These look absolutely delicious – not sure how I’d go with my plans to reduce sugar in my diet if I made them – I’d have to share them out I guess?
These look really delicious!
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Those look so good! Thanks for sharing at Party in Your PJs!
I’m not usually a fan of sugar cookies, but I’m thinking the cream cheese in these would make them taste good. 🙂
Yum, these Sugar Cookie Bars look delicious. Happy Pink Saturday. Thank you for sharing, and for always making Pink Saturday special.
This post is being featured on my Pink Saturday post this week as “the one that caught my eye”. ♥
Stopping back by to let you know this was the Most Clicked at last week’s Snickerdoodle Party and all of the party co-hosts will be featuring it at tomorrow’s party. Thanks for sharing with us!
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These were the most popular post at last week’s party – Your recipe will be featured at tomorrow’s What’s for Dinner party! Thanks for sharing it.
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Sounds like an interesting recipe. I’ve never made sugar cookie bars and would love to try this one day. Pinned.
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