These are the best frosted sugar cookies you'll ever have! This copycat Swig sugar cookies recipe is easy and delicious...plus no rolling or cutting out required!
What are Swig cookies anyway?
Swig is a super popular drink and cookie drive-thru restaurant in Utah. People flock there to get their favorite soda combinations and pick up their famous sugar cookies while they're at it.
The sugar cookies...they are like nothing you've tried before. Although very close to this cookie exchange winning sugar cookie recipe, I guarantee that even sugar cookie haters will love this copycat Swig cookies recipe. And yes, it's very similar to Crumbl cookies, too!
What sets these Swig sugar cookies apart is the ingredients. You'll need:
- real butter, softened
- canola oil
- white granulated sugar
- white powdered sugar
- sour cream
- cream of tartar
- baking soda
- all-purpose flour
- butter, sour cream, cream or milk, powdered sugar and vanilla for frosting
How To Make Swig Cookies
This sugar cookie recipe calls for 5 ½ cups flour! So I used my Bosch mixer, but a Kitchenaid or hand mixer would work, too. Just make sure to use a large bowl.
The trick is to mix the butter and sugars together for a few minutes until they are light in color and fluffy. Then add the cream of tartar, baking soda, and salt by sprinkling them even across the butter mixture. Add in eggs, vanilla, sour cream and mix again for a minute or two until fluffy.
Finally, add the flour into the dough mix until there are no wet streaks remaining. Overmixing the dough will create dry and crumbly cookies...not what you want.
I hope you love this cookie recipe as much as we do!
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