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I got distracted while assembling the dry ingredients for a cookie recipe and added the sugars, which were supposed to be creamed with the butter first.
Fortunately Fortunately, the sugar was added last and I was able to salvage enough to cream it.

What does creaming the butter and sugar actually do? Had it been on the bottom of the bowl under the flour etc, could I have just beat everything together?

The recipe is simple and just calls for creaming and then adding egg, and after that, dry ingredients. It's nothing fancy.

I got distracted while assembling the dry ingredients for a cookie recipe and added the sugars, which were supposed to be creamed with the butter first.
Fortunately, the sugar was added last and I was able to salvage enough to cream it.

Had it been on the bottom of the bowl under the flour etc, could I have just beat everything together?

The recipe is simple and just calls for creaming and then adding egg, and after that, dry ingredients. It's nothing fancy.

I got distracted while assembling the dry ingredients for a cookie recipe and added the sugars, which were supposed to be creamed with the butter first. Fortunately, the sugar was added last and I was able to salvage enough to cream it.

What does creaming the butter and sugar actually do? Had it been on the bottom of the bowl under the flour etc, could I have just beat everything together?

The recipe is simple and just calls for creaming and then adding egg, and after that, dry ingredients. It's nothing fancy.

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I got distracted while assembling the dry ingredients for a cookie recipe and added the sugars, which were supposed to be creamed with the butter first.

Fortunately
Fortunately, the sugar was added last and I was able to salvage enough to cream it.

Had it been on the bottom of the bowl under the flour etc., could I have just beat everything together?

The recipe is simple and just calls for creaming and then adding egg, and after that, dry ingredients. NothingIt's nothing fancy.

Thanks

I got distracted while assembling the dry ingredients for a cookie recipe and added the sugars, which were supposed to be creamed with the butter first.

Fortunately, the sugar was added last and I was able to salvage enough to cream it.

Had it been on the bottom of the bowl under the flour etc., could I have just beat everything together?

The recipe is simple and just calls for creaming and then adding egg, and after that, dry ingredients. Nothing fancy.

Thanks

I got distracted while assembling the dry ingredients for a cookie recipe and added the sugars, which were supposed to be creamed with the butter first.
Fortunately, the sugar was added last and I was able to salvage enough to cream it.

Had it been on the bottom of the bowl under the flour etc, could I have just beat everything together?

The recipe is simple and just calls for creaming and then adding egg, and after that, dry ingredients. It's nothing fancy.

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