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15 Snickerdoodle Recipes
The winning combination of cinnamon and sugar makes these snickerdoodle recipes irresistible! In addition to the classic cookie, find new ideas for snickerdoodle cakes, bars, cookies and more.
The history of this whimsically named treat is widely disputed, but the popularity of this classic cinnamon-sugar-coated cookie is undeniable! —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Intense cinnamon flavor fills this yummy cross between a snickerdoodle and a cinnamon roll. They taste best with a cup of freshly-brewed coffee. —Mary Gauntt, Denton, Texas
Eggnog flavor is infused into the cookie and the glaze with this yummy recipe, perfect for the Christmas season.—Bonnie Massimino, Brookeville, Maryland
I used to think snickerdoodles could never be improved — that is until I added some chocolate. While they’re baking, the aromas of chocolate mixed with warming spices reminds me of a cup of hot chai tea. —Katie Wollgast, Florissant, Missouri
This winning combination makes everything nice with sugar and spice. You’d never guess it came from a box. —Maiah Albi, Carlsbad, California
What did I do when I couldn’t decide between two of my favorite desserts? Combined them! This snickerdoodle-blondie hybrid is even better with my other favorite ingredient: caramel. —Niki Plourde, Gardner, Massachusetts
It simply wouldn’t be Christmas without these melt-in-your-mouth cookies on my platter! They have a lovely eggnog flavor and look great with their crunchy tops. The aroma while they bake is as delectable as their taste.
I get lots of compliments on these crunchy cookies. They’re always part of my Christmas cookie platter. —Sarah Miller, Wauconda, Washington
“My nine-year old grandson and his friends went nuts for these great cookies,” said Pamela Shank from Parkersburg, West Virginia. “Almonds and blueberries taste great together and give this cookie an updated twist.”
For dessert on the double, Melissa Van Bramer’s luscious Snickerdoodle Sundaes can’t be beat. She whipped up the easy caramel-topped recipe with her two daughters in Pickerington, Ohio and says, “It’s so simple (but special enough) to fix for guests. And it always brings raves.”
With lots of cinnamon flavor, these rich buttery cookies are similar to a classic Snickerdoodle. The dough is so easy to work with.
My cookies get coated with sugar, spice and everything nice! They turn out soft on the inside and a little crunchy on the outside, the dough is easy to work with, and they taste fantastic. What more could you ask for in a cookie? —Ashley Wisniewski, Champaign, Illinois
When asked to bring a dessert for my boys’ football team to share, I whipped up these unique blondies and was instantly named “the greatest mom” by all. —Valonda Seward, Coarsegold, California
This classic cookie from New England can be made two ways: soft or crunchy. My happy version with cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg is crispy to perfection. —Jenni Sharp, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
My brothers like snickerdoodles, and I like gingersnaps. My grandmothers taught me how to bake, so I knew how to combine the two. Now everyone’s happy. —Becky Toth, Havre, Montana