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Saturday, October 8, 2016

Snickerdoodles










A dozen to take to Emily, tomorrow.
A dozen for Mr. and Mrs. Across the Street, who have been so nice to us.
A dozen for Laura and me.



Update: the dozen in the red cookie jar are gone.

19 comments:

  1. I don't know Snickerdoodles. Googling the recipe it is probably just as well that I don't. Michelin woman come on down. I love that you bake them as gifts. I remember when that was common. A lovely habit.
    There is a small Spring gift for you on my Sunday Selections post today.

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  2. I love snickerdoodles. I rarely bake anymore because I can't refuse.

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  3. LOL, did you have a different expectation?????

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  4. Yay! Snickerdoodles! No wonder they are gone so soon!

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  5. Love snickerdoodles. My oldest grandson made the best I ever tasted one year for cookie day before Christmas.

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  6. Well done Laura. They don't take long to be gone do they? They're just so more-ish.
    I make mine with dried cranberries sometimes. Once I tried choc-chips, but that was too much sweet.

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  7. I bet Emily will enjoy them :) They look delicious; I can see why the ones in the red are almost gone :)

    I hope Emily is doing great and adjusting to college life :)

    betty

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  8. I shall have to google sneakersd... but i am sure they are wonderful.

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  9. Hari OM
    I did the search-engine thing - YUM!!!!! Definitely for sharing... YAM xx

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  10. Are they biscuits, I love home made biscuits but don't make them anymore as I eat the lot.
    Merle................

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  11. My mother used to make Snickerdoodles. I loved them.

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  12. I have never heard of them - but what a lovely name. Any chance of a recipe - they look so inviting no wonder the cookie jar is enpty.

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  13. Nothing better than a gift of home-made cookies! Snickerdoodles are great.

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  14. I'm not much of a baker, most of my creations go wrong. But I do like cookies

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  15. I've never met a snickerdoodle. Sounds like one of hybrid breed of dogs.

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  16. Never heard of these - but they look nice!

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  17. ohhh, how I've loved cinnamon and sugar together. :)

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  18. My favorite cookie and one that tastes best still warm from the oven.

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  19. I didn't grow up with these in my cookie jar but I wish I did. I suppose I could fix that now that I'm the grown up, but the scale wouldn't like it :) My mother still bakes for the neighbours who help her. She gets them other gifts like plants or gift cards as well, but bakes almost weekly during the winter and shares it around. It's a really nice touch - it says you cared enough to put in the effort.

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