Nutrition Facts


Serving Size: 1 cookie

Servings Per Container: 24


Amount Per Serving:

Dry Mix

Calories: 89

Total Fat: <1 g

Saturated Fat: 0 g

Polyunsaturated Fat <1 g

Monounsaturated Fat 0 g

Cholesterol: 0 mg

Sodium: 65 mg

Potassium 17 mg



20 g

Dietary Fiber: <1 g

Sugars: 8 g

Protein: 2 g


Customer Comments

I love our Sugar Cookie Mix.  I have made cookies with it some, but mostly as the crumble on top of a berry cobbler OR the crust on a berry pizza!

Kista Taylor from Lawton, OK


I made the Sugar Cookie mix and Lemon Cheesecake Dip with fresh fruit and made a fruit pizza. Took it to an office party and it was gone with in minutes!!

Karen Garcia from Sugar Creek, MO


Did You Know?  (Fun Trivia!)

Did you know where our Sugar Cookies mix came from?  These were the same cookies that Judy’s mom, Judy, and Melissa have made for years!   They used to make cookies on a stick and made cookie bouquets with them.  They would decorate each cookie.  This tradition is still carried on. 


Watch Melissa as she demonstrates how to make the Sugar Cookies!



Additional Recipes:

The following recipes can be found in our cookbook! 

These recipes were donated by customers and distributors all over the United States, and each of these recipes uses the Sugar Cookies. 


Apple Pie Bars

Blueberries and Cream Cookies

Caramel Peanut Butter Bars

Caramel Pecan Cookie Bars

Caramel Pecan Tartlets

Chocolate Orange Drop Cookies

Chocolate Filled Cookies

Chocolate-Lemon Cookies

Creamy Orange Ice Cream Pie

Fudge Sandwich Cookies

Mini Berry Tarts

Minty Surprise Cookies

Jam-Filled Thumbprints

Nutty Sugar Cookies

Pecan Praline Cookies

Raspberry Lemon Bars

Samoa-Style Cookies

Strawberry Shortcake

Strawberries and Cream Dessert Squares

Sugar and Spice Twists

Sugar Cookie Pizza

Tropical Dessert Pizza

Very Berry Sugar Cookie Cobbler

Wine Biscuits


Spiced Cookies
Combine the Hot Spiced Cider/Wine mix with TGC's Sugar Cookie mix to make an apple spiced cookie.

By Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT


Halloween Finger Cookies

Agreat idea for Halloween is to shape the dough to look like a finger and place a sliced almond on the tip to look like fingernails. No cookie cutter needed; just shape to size with your hands.

By Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT


Sugar Cookie Bars

1 pkg. SUGAR COOKIES MIX, prepared

            1 c. butter, softened

            1 tsp. vanilla

            1 egg

1 c. any variety of toppings (fruit, dried fruit, colorful sugar sprinkles, jelly beans, candies, etc.)

Prepared cookie batter. Spread into a greased medium bar pan. Top with your choice of toppings, or even split it and make 2 different halves.  Bake at 350 until golden brown and baked through in the middle. Remove and let cool completely and cut into bars or thin wafer cookie size. Plate up and serve on your holiday dessert table.

Some yummy combinations are
~ Dried cranberry & White Chocolate Chip
~ Chocolate Chip & Macadamia Nut
~ Chocolate Chip & Crushed pretzels

Go crazy and create your own. A fun project with the kids too!
By Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT


S'mores-Gourmet Treats
1 white chocolate baking square (2 inch)
2 sugar cookies
1 large marshmallow

Arrange the white chocolate square on one sugar cookie. Keep heat low and watch carefully as the cookie will burn quickly.
Melt the chocolate, and roast the marshmallow. Place roasted marshmallow on top of melted chocolate and top with 2nd sugar cookie.

By Kista Taylor from Lawton, OK


S’mores Bars

Preheat oven to 375. Stir together TGC Sugar Cookie Mix and 1 c. graham cracker crumbs. Stir in 1 c. melted butter. Press dough into an ungreased 13x9 pan. Bake for 20 minutes. Immediately sprinkle 1 bag (2 c.) chocolate chips over the crust and let the crust stand for about 5 minutes or until chocolate begins to melt. Spread over crust. Set your oven to broil and sprinkle mini marshmallows over the chocolate. Broil 4-5" from heat for 30 seconds or until marshmallows are toasted. (Keep an eye on this. The marshmallows will brown quickly). Cool and cut into bars.

By Kimberley Comfort from Washington, PA


Dump Cake

Dump Cake is delicious and is great for get together and pot lucks!

2 cans pie filling (your choice of fruit, I use apples and cherries)
1 pkg. sugar cookie mix
1/2 cup butter

Spray a 9x13 pan with bakers joy spread out the first can of pie filling and then spread the second on top of the first. Sprinkle the cookie mix over the fillings and dot with butter. Bake 350 for 30 mins. Serve warm or cold, real good with a scoop of ice cream.

By Tammy Staley


Lemon Cream and Fruit Tart


1 pkg Sugar Cookie Mix, prepared as directed
1 pkg Lemon Fruit Dip, prepared as directed
3 cups fresh sliced fruit or berries

Prepare the sugar cookie dough. Spread out in a greased round pizza pan or round baking stone. Bake at 350 for 20 min or until done and golden brown. Let cool. Meanwhile prepare the Lemon Fruit dip as directed. Spread onto the cooled sugar cookie base, then top with fresh fruit and berries. Chill until ready to serve. Cut into wedges. A nice light and easy dessert for summer.
By Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT


Spiced Cookies
Combine the hot spiced wine/ apple cider mix with TGC's Sugar Cookie mix to make an apple spiced cookie.

 By Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT



Gift Ideas Using This Mix:


Grab a child size oven mitt, some cute cookie cutters for the play dough and cookies, a child size apron, and any of the following mixes:  Edible Peanut Butter Play Dough, Sugar Cookies, Funnel Cakes, 5 Minute Microwavable Chocolate Fudge, and 5 Minute Microwavable Peanut Butter Fudge.

Attach a cookie cutter and a note to this mix stating:  “Rolling out a batch of cheer, for someone we think is very dear!”


Sugar Cookie Gift

Buy white lunch sacks and sponge paint simple Christmas shapes on them. When the paint dries, add other decorations to make the shapes look like decorated Christmas cookies.  Optional- Buy the little miniature tubes of icing. Place these in a Ziploc bag. Staple the Ziploc bag to the top to the lunch sack. Fold top of lunch sack down twice. Punch two holes for ribbon and tie closed with 1 or two Christmas cookie cutters dangling from the ribbon. Makes an excellent gift for anyone, especially teachers.

Idea donated by Rhonda Topping from Spring, TX


Irish Gift Set

Beer Bread, Cabbage Soup, Pork Roast Shaker Jar, Sugar Cookie Mix, Irish Crème Hazelnut Coffee. These can be arranged in a Green Top Hat or a Black Plastic Pot of Gold, found at your local party store or Wal-mart.

From Roberta Whalen- Wallingford, CT


Valentine Gift

You can give this mix in the bag as is with a heart shaped cookie cutter or a tin of them already prepared and decorated with a Valentine's gift tag that says:
"Sweet Hearts from Me to You"
From Roberta Whalen- Wallingford, CT