Super Simple Cinnamon Snickerdoodles!

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Since getting access to the Food Network on Freeview, we have been binge-watching so many cooking shows lately. Many of the sweet chefs kept referencing this thing called a ‘Snickerdoodle’. At first, I thought it was a chocolate-nut type of dish, simply because the word ‘Snicker(s)’ in there. However, upon googling, I discovered a quite appealing cinnamon coated sugar cookie. I hunted down a recipe, tried it, tweaked it, and I would love to share it with you here.

For this recipe you will need the following:

1 + ½ Cups of white or castor sugar.
½ Cup of butter (softened).
½ Cup of oil (canola or vegetable oil, don’t use olive or nut oils, as they will overpower the flavour of the cookie).
2 Eggs.

2 + ¾ Cups of white plain flour.
2 teaspoons of Cream of Tartar.
1 teaspoon of Baking Soda (Bicarb Soda will suffice).
¼ teaspoon of Salt.

¼ Cup of white or castor sugar.
2 teaspoons of ground cinnamon.

Step One:
Heat oven to 200°C (400°F). In a large mixing bowl, combine the first measure of sugarbutteroil, and eggs with a spatula.

Step two:
Stir in the flourcream of tartarbaking soda, and salt. Continue mixing until mixture forms a soft dough.

Step three:
Combine the ¼ cup sugar with the cinnamon. Roll the dough into 2-3cm balls. Toss the dough balls in the cinnamon sugar. Lay the coated balls on a lined baking tray or cookie sheet. Bake for 7-10 minutes, or until cracks form on the top of the cookies. Remove the cookies from the oven and let rest on cooling rack until set.

This recipe will yield between 30-50 cookies (depending on the size of the cookies). These are a fantastic cookie to have on hand for unexpected guests, or to take to a family gathering. They have gone down a treat in my family, Kayla and I both love them, and my parents both dig in whenever they drop in for coffee.

Give this recipe a go, its a great treat and super easy to make. This recipe that would be heaps of fun to make with kids, and they would get a kick out of making something for themselves.

Thanks for reading,

Be Kind

Jason Arnold


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7 thoughts on “Super Simple Cinnamon Snickerdoodles!

  1. Ellen

    Looks lovely, definitely a good snack. I’m not the biggest cinnamon fan but my husband loves it! I too thought snickerdoodle must involve chocolate and/or nuts! #passthesauce

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  2. Cheryl @ ReimerandRuby

    Looks like a great snacks for kids and adults alike! I love cinnamon, smells beautiful. Thanks for sharing the recipe. #TwinklyTuesday

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  3. Laura

    Looks great and simple yum!!

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  4. Becky at PinksCharming

    OOOh you had me at ‘cinnamon’ – these look amazing, I am definitely going to try them, thanks for sharing on #TwinklyTuesday x
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  5. Jeni Dibley-Rouse

    These look great, we look doing abit of baking in our household, I’m going to try these out. #twinklytuesday

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  6. Silly Mummy

    Love that you’ve told me what these are! I’ve heard of them but never looked them up – like you, I kind of assumed they involved snickers! They sound really nice – I love cinnamon, sugar and cookies! I’m not a huge fan of cooking, but may have to try these! Thanks for linking up to #PasstheSauce

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