Tuesday, March 07, 2006

.....Snickerdoodle Cookie Recipe.....

1/2 cup butter or margarine
1 cup of sugar
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon of cream of tartar
1 egg
1/2 teaspoon of vanilla
1 & 1/2 cups flour
~~~~~~Beat butter with mixer for 30 seconds..
add the sugar, baking soda, & cream of tartar. Mix well.
Beat in the egg and vanilla. Beat in as much as you can of
the flour with mixer, then stir in the rest. Cover and chill one hour.
~~~~~~Then combine 2 Tablespoons of sugar and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon.
Shape dough into 1 inch balls and roll them in the sugar and cinnamon to coat them.
Place 2 inchs apart on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake in a 375 degree oven for
10 to 11 minutes or till edges are golden. Transfer to a wire rack to cool. Don't overbake, the tops crinkle as they cool. Happy baking!

8 comments:

Shelley said...

Mmmmm...those sound yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe :o)

ms*robyn said...

thanks so much Maggie Ann ! can't wait to make these.

Sigrun said...

Thanks, Maggie!

Sigrun

Peggy said...

Sometimes I can't understand why everyone can't do that one little thing... Believe. Good post as usual Ms. Maggie. thanks for the recipe too.

Reflection Through The Seasons said...

Hi Maggie. I'm really pleased that you posted this recipe. I shall copy it out right now and will have fun making 'snickerdoodle cookies', what a great name. Marion

Sigrun said...

Oh Maggie, the recipe is great. I gave it to our englisch teacher. She said: What is cream of tatar? Tatar is beef and what is with beef in a cake? I look in a dictionary from a University in M√ľnchen and found it. It is baking powder!

Sigrun

HomemakerAng said...

i have fallen off the walking/running wagon for 2 weeks due to sickness here... SO these cookies would NOT be a good idea to have in the house for i know I would EAT ALL OF THEM!!!! i try only to allow extra treats when I am exercising (i said, "I TRY") (smile)

Amy said...

I make those cookies alot and my kids love them although cream of tartar is not the same as baking powder, here in nz they are two completely different ingredients.