Once I tried this snickerdoodle recipe, I deleted all the others I bookmarked to try.
My daughter loves to add white chocolate morsels to hers.Read More
I agree this is the one - these puff up like they should, but still crispy. The amount of sugar/cinnamon I found to be exactly right: I roll the whole ball of cookie dough in it, rather than just dip one side - which would likely make for a prettier cookie - but this way you get more cinnamon-y goodness. Not too sweet, just right! The reason for 4 stars vs. 5 is that my sister in law makes a better one (I don't have that recipe)
Whew, I almost rated the wrong recipe. This is the recipe you should be looking for. Darn near impossible to mess this one up. Whenever I try to make something new and fail, I come back to this. They are also my personal favorite, and it yields enough cookies to share with friends. They are so good they gave me a bit of a reputation as a baker :)Read More
The Best snicker-doodles I have ever had, but beware how many cookies it makes!!! :)Read More
Snickerdoodles are my hubby's favorite cookies and he loves these! I would definitely make them again and a friend actually just asked me for the recipe. They also keep for a very well. :)Read More
Great cookie! I made them large using a cookie scoop then rolled in sugar and baked for 13 minutes. This yielded 32 tender, slightly crisp delicious cookies. Due to time constraints I softened my butter in the microwave and mixed the batter by hand doing a thourough creaming of butter/shortening and non dry ingredients. I share this because slight variations in technique make a big difference. These really were good cookies!Read More