This is a recipe that I got from my mother over 40 years ago. She called them drop sugar cookies, so I renamed them this year. These are crispy cookies that melt in your mouth. Almost every time I take them to a potluck party, I am asked for the recipe.
Prep Time: about 30 minutes
Cook Time: 6-10 minutes
Total Time: 2 hours
Yield: 5 or 6 dozen
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