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recipe: iso snickerdoodle recipe

Posted by luv2paint (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 24, 03 at 15:02

I am looking for a snickerdoodle cookie recipe. I want the cookies to crackle and flatten out. I have a recipe that I have used for years, and they always crackled and flattend out but, now when I make them the cookies crackle and puff up but they won't flatten out.


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RE: recipe: iso snickerdoodle recipe

Here are a several recipes you could choose from:


Here is a link that might be useful: Snickerdoodle recipes

RE: recipe: iso snickerdoodle recipe

Mrs Siggs snickerdoodles at the above link have hundreds of rave reviews- i have made them and i agreee- they are very good- definitely give those a try

RE: recipe: iso snickerdoodle recipe

I printed Mrs. Siggs' recipe a while back but haven't had a chance to try it yet. It's next on my list of new cookies to try, I bet it is great.

RE: recipe: iso snickerdoodle recipe

I made Mrs. Siggs snickerdoodles a few weeks back and they were fantastic. THey are my new favorite cookie.

Someone with snickerdoodle experience told me it was a very good recipe compared to ones he's had.


RE: recipe: iso snickerdoodle recipe

Would you believe I still haven't tried that recipe? It was on my "probable" list for Christmas but after Sue's comments it's now at the top of the "definite" list. Can't wait to try them.... and Hubby just bought a large container of cinnamon at Costco. Guess I'm going to have to make a lot of cookies. :-)


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