Recipe by Reynolds® Parchment Paper
"Creamy, cinnamon-spiced frosting sandwiched between two soft snickerdoodles makes for one tasty treat."
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1 3/4 cups
cream of tartar
chopped pecans, toasted
Cinnamon Buttercream Frosting:
powdered sugar, divided, or more as needed
milk, plus more as needed
HEAVENLY! I made these for a party and all the guests were impressed. These are a little time-consuming, but totally worth it. My cookies ended up rising way more than in the pic, so the final product was more rounded that flat, but still tasty. I do have to point out that the recipe makes WAY too much frosting. You could easily get away with cutting the frosting recipe in half. It also is really thick and hard to beat, so you'll likely need to add in additional milk. The icing is also very sweet, so you don't want to overdo it. Using parchment paper really simplified the baking process. I followed the recipe exactly (well, except I used freshly grated nutmeg in a slightly reduced amount because of its potency) and I made sure I rolled each ball the same size (they were 30g each raw, and yes I'm crazy!). This ended up making 36 cookies, so 18 sandwiches.
The Recipe itself was great, I'm giving it 3 stars because of the buttercream: You CANNOT use a dairy milk in buttercream unless you advise people that the buttercream must then be refrigerated (so yes meaning your cookies must then be refrigerated). You can sub the milk for a non-dairy or swap the milk for water and it will be fine but your asking for bacteria unless all of the cookies are being consumed immediately.
Delicious cookies and the ease of using the Reynolds Parchment paper made it so very easy. Didn't even have to wash the cookies sheets after.. just slid the paper off and it was clean! I didn't make sandwiches but just frosted each cookie on top. I did cut the cookie recipe in 1/2 and the frost recipe in 1/4 and there was still too much frosting for the 20 cookies. Can't imagine how much frosting they think you need for sandwich cookies. I'm glad I tried these! #AllstarsReynolds
Worth the time it took to make. Great flavor! I'd like to make again using cream cheese as an ingredient in the filling instead next time. YUM
Cookies were really good but I wasn't crazy about the filling. I'm gonna make them again and make a cream cheese filling, I think we will like it better. Definitely the Reynolds parchment paper made this the easiest batch of cookies ever! I love it. #MealMagic #ReynoldsAllStars
Loved these cookies! I wasn't a fan of the cream filling. But, my husband was. We all loved these cookies! They went fast in this house. :). Made them exactly as the recipe called for. And , the Reynolds parchment paper made a huge difference. For the better.
I love the Snickerdoodles but to be honest, the frosting was just a little too much. My whoopee pie loving daughter had trouble eating the whole thing. The Parchment Paper Cookie Sheets did make them a lot easier to make however.
These are wonderful! Nice flavor. Family enjoyed them. I only made 1/4 of the buttercream frosting because it makes a lot and it is sweet. I will definitely make them again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Snickerdoodle Sandwich Cookies
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 165
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