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Butterscotch Pudding Mix
- 3/4 cup
Make Paula Dean proud and use real butter here, none of that fake stuff in a tub. Besides, that fake stuff is only a few molecules away from being plastic. No one wants plastic in their cookies. It's probably a good idea to soften the butter here too.
- One whole egg
White or brown eggs will work just fine. Pick a fresh, clean egg for this recipe. These are sold at every grocery store around for a few cents each. No need to steal any eggs from the nests of birds here. That's just mean.
- 2 1/4 cup
Use all-purpose flour here, not fancy cake flour or bread flour or any weird alien flour. All-purpose flour is just as the name suggests; it can be used for all kinds of purposes, like making gingerbread men.
- 1 1/2 teaspoons
To compliment the ginger, cinnamon brings more of that fall harvest flavoring to these holiday cookies. Like the ginger, the cinnamon should be ground into a powder before added to this recipe. No need to break out the mortar and pestle though, ground cinnamon is commonly sold in the spice aisle at the grocery store.
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