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When you want a buttery sweet cookie, that s wonderfully crisp, try these Butter Cookies. I think the best way to describe them is to say they are like an enriched shortbread cookie. This batter is so versatile. You can form the batter into a log shape to make slice and bake cookies. You can chill the batter and roll it out to make cut-out cookies. Or, you can make Spritz cookies using a cookie press. Once baked the cookies can be topped with a buttercream frosting or you can dip the ends in melted chocolate. Sometimes I even like to take two cookies and sandwich them together with jam, lemon curd, buttercream frosting, or a chocolate ganache filling.

Butter is the focus in these cookies and there are many high quality foreign and domestic brands to choose from. I like to use European-style butters (cultured butters) which have a higher percentage of butterfat which gives the cookies a richer flavor. You can use either salted or unsalted butter. My preference is unsalted as I prefer its sweet flavor and you can control the amount of salt in the recipe. Because the amount of salt added to salted butter can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer.

Pure vanilla extract can be added to the batter if you like your cookies to have a vanilla flavor. Or you could add a small amount of pure almond extract. These cookies store really well and they can also be frozen.

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