December 10, 2009

snickerdoodles!

Guess what I did tonight? I made six dozen Snickerdoodles! I packaged all the cookies into cute Christmas tins to use as neighborhood gifts. They are SO yummy, so I had to share the recipe with you! I just have one warning for you when you make these, and that is don't sample the dough, because you won't be able to stop! I am on a serious sugar high right now! I'm going to have to take a little jog in the morning to work off all the excess calories, but it was well worth it!

Enjoy!




13 comments:

  1. The recipe seems easy enough, can you post up a photo Lauren because I'd love to bake it here in Australia. I've NEVER heard of snickerdoodles!

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  2. Thanks Lauren, these look YUMMY!!!!

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  3. They look so yummy! Thanks for the recipe!

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  4. I can almost smell them! Look so delicious!

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  5. OOHH these look so good! Not that I need these, we did a cookie exchange last week and I now have 10 dozen cookies in my kitchen. Like anyone needs 10 dozen, lol!

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  6. How sweet of you to do this for your neighbors...can I be your neighbor?

    Gotta give this recipe a whirl...love snickerdoodles! And thanks for the tip on the dough being addictive :)

    HUGS

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  7. mmm, snickerdoodles are at the top of my favorite cookies list!! :)

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  8. Oh, I love snickerdoodles (only homeade though!)

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  9. Oh those look soooo goood! I love Snickerdoodles but haven't had any in years!

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  11. Those are my favorite cookies of all time. I can smell them now. I have yet to start Christmas baking.

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  12. I just found your blog and I'm stealing this recipe! Hehe-- I need cookies for a party on Thursday anyway :) Yummy!!!

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  13. They were delicious, thank you!!

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