Snickerdoodle Cookies

Snickerdoodle



My love for this blog all started back in March 2008 when I first was introduced to this spicy couple viewing their first cooking video online. They immediately captured my attention with their own style and mix of culture. They are adventurous in the kitchen and they bring each recipe to a professional level. Since then I’ve been following them in their culinary adventures.

Always seeking for perfection and looking for the best Snickerdoodle recipe, Todd developed his own recipe. I have to say that I was impressed and immediately wanted to try ‘the’ recipe. I’ve never had a Snickerdoodle cookie before and this was the chance to taste one. I had all the ingredients on hand and started baking. You will find different Snickerdoodle recipes on internet and one ingredient that is often missing is cream of tartar which will give the cookie a tangy flavor. You will experience that when you mix cream of tartar with baking soda your cookies will rise quickly and then collapse. You will have a cookie that is crunchy on top and chewy in the center. After the first bite I was in love and can’t wait to try the Pizookie recipe that Todd developed with his Snickerdoodle recipe. My sons raved about these cookies and one of them shared them with friends at school.

For recipe visit White on Rice Couple Blog:

Snickerdoodle

Note: After school my son said: mom my friend wants you to make these cookies every week now for school.

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  1. One of our faves! We've been working on our own version of this recipe for a bit now.

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  2. Love this cookies very much, haven't try to make my own, but I shall start soon, especially after looking at your Snickerdoodle here!

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  3. These snickerdoodles look fabulous! I was reading about cream of tartar the other day, and apparently, on its own, it makes for a very chewy cookie. I'm thinking about experimenting with it--aside from its ability to neutralize baking soda. Anyway, I always think of snickerdoodles when I think of cream of tartar. These cookies look so delicious! Great job.

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  4. Your snickerdoodles look delicious! Interesting recipe with cream of tartar, and the texture sounds perfect.

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  5. Snickerdoodles are one of my faves! These sound great, thanks for the cream of tartar tip!

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  6. I love the name snickerdoodle...always have. Made these just once almost 5 years ago. But you are egging me on to make some more. I even have cream of tartar on hand YAY!! These look yum Helene. xoxo

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  7. I love snickerdoodles! I have never made them myself though. Yum!

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  8. I agree, the cream of tartar makes these cookies extra special. I love your shot of those cookies!

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  9. I love Todd and Diane too! I'm sure you did their recipe proud :)

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  10. These snickerdoodle look very pretty and delicious... No wonder you son & friends become addicted to them, I know I would too :)

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  11. I just noticed Snickerdoodles on another blog and decided to make them for my husband's next administrative council meeting at work (they love when I send cookies). Yours look so delicious and perfect!

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  12. I have heard and seenthis in lots of blog, till now i have never had these cookis, i don't think we get them here, will hve to try them once?
    Isn't it wonderful when your kids says that his/her friends love the cookies mom makes.

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  13. I've never had snickerdoodles and am dying to try them!

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  14. I can never get enough of these cookies. I've tried to experiment with them by adding in things, quite fun actually.

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  15. Well of course these look fab - YOU made them! I love the flavour of these, got any left?

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  16. This is my absolute favorite cookie flavor of all cookies. Mom made them growing up, and I still use her recipe! These look great too though. It's likely fairly close to my recipe... can't mess with the original flavor too much!

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  17. These look like great snickerdoodles. I have to admit, though, that being a chocolate person I am always slightly disappointed by the snickerdoodle because its name suggests something (chocolate) it isn't....

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  18. The White on Rice couple are such an adventurous pair. We made Snickerdoodles by the dozens at the Children's camnp in the summer, but I never did write down the recipe.

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  19. Your snickerdoodles look great! They are my favorite cookies:)

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  20. Helene! I'll follow you recommendation! the last snickerdoodles I attempted came out disastrous! So flat and hard :(
    These looks lovely, though :)

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  21. I just love these! Love the photo. :)

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  22. I love snickerdoodles. So does my husband, in fact, they are one of his favorite cookies. I'm going to surprise him by making some of these!

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  23. I sitting here typing with a steaming mug of coffee next to me! What I wouldn't give for a few of those cookies to dunk!!! Yum!!!

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  24. Your snickerdoodles look so perfect! They are one of favorites :)

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  25. These look great. I've never made these, but next time I get a cookie craving, I'll be sure to consider this winning recipe.

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  26. That is a wonderful photo - I will have to try this recipe!

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  27. I grew up in a house where this was the cookie of choice. My brother would INHALE them. She would set aside a few for the rest of us and then enjoy watching him go to town on the rest. They are still his favorite and I think I owe him some.

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  28. Oh, the look delicious.
    I will be making cookies tomorrow with my 4 year old daughter... she chosen recipe from the cookbook ;)

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  29. Your cookies look perfect. We're so glad you guys love the recipe. It made our morning when you told us your test results! Thanks for all of the flattery, too. We're totally blushing! T & D.

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  30. my daughter loves these so much, she bakes them on her own now

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  31. oooh snickerdoodles are one of my favorite simple sugary snacks! yum!

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  32. Love these cookies. They are a favorite here..

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  33. Love these cookies. They are a favorite here..

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  34. I am yet to bake these..yours look lovely Helene :-)

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  35. I love snickerdoodles! I know these must be great if that boy wants them every week. They look fantastic!

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  36. I love snickerdoodles! I know these must be great if that boy wants them every week. They look fantastic!

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  37. Yum your snickerdoodles look gorgeous! I've only ever tried one snickerdoodle recipe and it doesn't use cream of tartar. I love how they stay dome shaped. I should try out a "real" snickerdoodle recipe!

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  38. Snickerdoodles are hands down my very favorite cookie. I love the photo.

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  39. If I went to the same school as your son, I'd be bugging to follow him home every day!

    The snickerdoodles look absolutely lovely. You've reminded me of how long it's been since I last had them :)

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  40. snickerdoodles are not only my favorite cookie to eat, but they're also my favorite cookie to name out loud. :)

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  41. Et voilà, après ça on se fait détester par les autres mamans de l'école, qui ne font pas d'aussi bons cookies ;-)

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  42. Hi Helene' How have you been?
    Ur son asking for his friends is some of the occupational hazards of great cooks like urself :)

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  43. What a gorgeous photo! I just love a good snickerdoodle and yours look amazing.

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  44. Your cookies look beautiful Helene..now onder the kid loved it..:)

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  45. Mmmm, I really must give these a go, they look brilliant!

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  46. I have such a soft spot for snickerdoodles. They are so good and give such a warm, homey feeling. These look fabulous!

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  47. Thanks for share the recipe looks great

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  48. Hello Helene! How are you tonight (probably sleeping, lol). I've got some snickerdoodles to bake very soon (Shh! It's a surprise!) and these look great!

    I think this would be great on your blog too! Come by and see what I've got for you! http://ldylvbgr.blogspot.com/2009/05/review-jerkycom-buffalo-jerky-and-award.html
    =)

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  49. woww....This looks awesome..first time here..im thinking, hw i missed this blog.... :) beautiful blog and perfect snaps for each recipes... :) really gr8 :)

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  50. Your photos are amazing - I could reach out and grab those lovely cookies!

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  51. Hi Helene I don't know if you ever do any gluten-free cooking but if so I would love to have you participate in an event I am hosting in June. I am on a mission to unite the worlds of gluten-free and non-gluten-free food bloggers and would be honored if you could contribute something. Check it out - http://simplygluten-free.blogspot.com/2009/05/go-ahead-honey-its-gluten-free-june.html

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  53. I'm not so sure whether I've eaten snickerdoodle before, but seriously it looks so yummy!

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  54. I love snickerdoodles! They were the first recipe we made in Home Ec in high school :) I never knew that the cream of tartar was that important, but it makes sense now :)

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  55. You always manage to take a snippet of your subject in the photographs that speaks volumes and make us hungry.

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  56. SI je comprends, bien, ils sont à essayer au plus vite ! ;o)
    Bises
    Hélène

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  57. First time here, fantabulous cookies:)

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  58. These look delicious! and it sounds like you have a built-in fan club!!

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  59. THeres is a great blog and this is the ideal cookie. looks great. (and thanks for your support while I was away.)

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  60. I love love love Snickerdoodles! There's just something about this cookie that when made right can outshine chocolate!

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  61. i love snickerdoodles!! can't do without them ever. what a classic. x

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  62. I love Snickerdoodles! Yours turned out so beautifully! I'm going to have to pop over and get Todd's recipe.

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  63. Those snickerdoodles look really good!

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  64. I grew up eating Snickerdoodles, and have eaten my fair share of them. Yours look so good, and I must give these a try. Thanks!

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  65. Helene,
    I'm checking out your blog....I love baking and these Snickerdoodles look so good. There is nothing like a homebaked cookie. I'm going to have to make these soon.

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