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Mrs. Sniggs Snickerdoodles

Mrs. Sigg's Snickerdoodles

These cookies were fabulous! As suggested I hand mixed the batter, and the consistency turned out great. I also added 3 TBS of sugar and 2 1/2 tsp of cinn in a ziplock bag and tossed the balls in (one at a time) to coat, it was a lot less messy then rolling on a plate, and coated way better. 8 minutes was the max to cook for! The cookie should be cracked but still look wet on the inside. Let it cool for a couple minutes on the sheet before transfering to a wire rack. Really good cookie, with a nice mellow flavor and a nice chewy texture!

Date Posted: May 14, 2009


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Cooking Level: Intermediate

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