In this post: An easy recipe for Lemon Shortbread Cookies. A fresh lemon and sugar glaze tops off these lemon shortbread cookies. They melt in your mouth!
When it’s too cold to go out, I head to the kitchen. This week I made what I lovingly refer to as “comfort food.” A pot of soup, banana bread and these little lemon shortbread cookies. During these long, cold evenings, I have been pouring over old cookbooks trying to find easy recipes with basic ingredients. These lemon shortbread cookies are just that. You should have everything you need, except maybe the lemon, in your pantry. So add a lemon to your grocery list and you will be ready to whip up these amazingly good shortbread cookies!
Lemon Shortbread Cookies: The Glaze
The glaze is the perfect way to top off these cookies. I placed the shortbread cookies on my cooling racks with wax paper underneath. I started out by spooning on the glaze, but after about two cookies, I just picked up the bowl and drizzled it over the whole batch. I had them all glazed in less than a minute.
If you want just a basic shortbread cookie, it would work to leave out the lemon peel and lemon juice from the cookie dough. In place of the lemon juice, any kind of milk or cream could be substituted.
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If you are east of the Mississippi, stay warm. If you are where the sun is hot and shining, think of us in the deep freeze! See you soon…
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