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  • n. A cookie where the batter is rolled into a ball and coated with cinnamon sugar.


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  • I still don't know how big a snickerdoodle is supposed to be, but mine came out about 4 inches across.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • It didn't taste all that much like a chocolate chip cookie: "snickerdoodle," "sugar cookie," and

    Serious Eats: New York

  • Flickr user Claire_issa uploaded pictures of these stupendous Where the Wild Things Are cupcakes that she made for her roommate, noting, These are texas-sized snickerdoodle cupcakes.

    Boing Boing

  • Jessie said ... oh my! those snickerdoodles are divine, I haven't had a snickerdoodle in so long.

    Snickerdoodles Take 2

  • Oddly enough while I love snickerdoodle-y desserts I've never had an actual snickerdoodle cookie.

    Simply Stupendous Snickerdoodles

  • I was just looking at snickerdoodle recipes today!

    Simply Stupendous Snickerdoodles

  • We are still trying to get our own snickerdoodle recipe to work.

    Snickerdoodles Take 2

  • I actually just posted my version of snickerdoodle scones on my blog yesterday.

    Snickerdoodle Scones | Baking Bites

  • The pie is one that should have a very wide appeal, with the look and flavor of a snickerdoodle in pie form.

    Snickerdoodle Pie | Baking Bites

  • This snickerdoodle variant has pumpkin puree in the cookies, giving them a lovely orange tinge to their color and a slightly more cake-like consistency than the original.

    Bites from other Blogs | Baking Bites


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  • A snickerdoodle is a soft sugar cookie rolled in cinnamon sugar. It has a characteristically crackly surface, and can be crisp or soft, depending on preference. In modern recipes, the leavening agent is usually baking powder which, in baking, is most commonly used in cakes but not often in cookies. They traditionally contain cream of tartar. They're yummy. Google up a recipe and make some.

    February 4, 2008