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Cooky Recipe Number 23: Snickerdoodles

Sunday, March 03, 2013

Well...I actually skipped the rolled cookies section. I hate rolling out dough because I don't have a good place to do it. The kitchen counters are too tall and the kitchen table is too low.
I decided to do the lazy woman version and not roll the dough in the sugar/cinnamon mixture and just sprinkle it on top.

I've been busy but I have been running. I got in 4.5 miles today....kind of a taper for the San Jose 408K next's an 8K race (approx 5 miles).

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JANETRIS 3/21/2013 7:37AM

    Cookies look great in spite of the short cuts! I'm all about making it easy too! emoticon

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DEEO12 3/15/2013 9:38PM

    Those look good. Great job! Good luck on the 8K run but i know you don't need the luck as you already know you can do it!

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STRINGS58 3/10/2013 5:44PM

    I'm thinking of experimenting with pumpkin and matzah for cookies this year . . ....

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JULESRULES78 3/10/2013 9:45AM

    Way to go with the run and good luck with the 8k! The cookies look great. I hate rolling cookies out too. It's just so time consuming and I don't have a decent rolling pin. Craving cinnamon & ginger lately. Time to make something yummy.

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SOKKERNUT 3/6/2013 4:41PM

    Yummmmyyy! emoticon on still getting in your runs even though you are busy. emoticon

Good Luck at the 5k next Sunday.

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LARIESHA 3/5/2013 9:03PM

    Looks good as usual!

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    YUMMO MY FRIEND!! emoticon

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2WHEELEDSHARON 3/4/2013 7:18PM

    I would love your low-cinnamon snickerdoodles. I used to make my mother roll some in cardamom sugar for me.
Have a fantastic race next weekend! Glad to hear it's been going well:)

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BUTEAFULL 3/4/2013 4:45PM

    I have to admit that's one cookie I could never get INTO, but I know lots of people love them

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KANSASROSE67 3/4/2013 4:22PM

    My mom always made Snickerdoodles and my kids loved them. She rolled them in colored sugar and always sent a plate home when we visited. I haven't had one since she passed away, which was 11 years ago...I think they will have to be the next thing I bake. Thanks for bringing back good memories!

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    I emoticon snickerdoodles and those look delicious!

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JLITT62 3/4/2013 8:24AM

    They look yummy.

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WORTHEYMOM 3/4/2013 7:37AM

    Those are my dd's fav cookie! I don't mind rolling cookies out, it's when I can't get them on the cookie sheet the same way I cut them. LOL

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SEABREEZE65 3/4/2013 6:50AM

    Look very good! Have a great race next weekend!

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LUCKYDOGFARM 3/4/2013 12:27AM

    i dont think i have ever had a snickerdoodle. they look great. i hate rolling out dough too, but i dont have a good excuse like you do! you could get a little step made so that the counters wouldnt be so high for you. then you could be doing calf raises as you roll!
have fun in your 8k! now i am singing that song. do you know the way to san jose? i hope so, or you'll miss your race!

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SLIMMERJESSE 3/3/2013 10:03PM

    Oh, the torture of viewing your yummy stuff w/o the taste benefit!

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SLENDERELLA61 3/3/2013 9:10PM

    Best wishes for a great 8K next Sunday. Cookies do look good, but I'm glad the picture is calorie free!

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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 3/3/2013 9:00PM

    Those look yummy. I love sugar cookies -- are these a type of sugar cookie? They kind of look like it.

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