How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 400.
  • Blend first 3 ingredients; add eggs, mixing till smooth.
  • Gradually add flour (more flour for easy handling, less flour for better taste).
  • Blend 2 Tablespoons sugar and cinnamon in a plate or on wax paper.
  • Roll batter into balls then roll each ball in cinnamon and sugar blend.
  • Bake 8-10 minutes.
  • I usually make 4 dozen cookies.

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  • michellem 9 years ago
    I never met a snickerdoodle I didn't like..thank you for posting this! I have a few sd recipes but this one is different...thanks!
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  • sweetwords 10 years ago
    Gold Medal flour tastes the best when you're making cookies!
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  • eager2cook 10 years ago
    what's self rising flour? is that easily found in the supermarket? (I'm new at this)
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  • thegoldminer 10 years ago
    I always have made these. Me too, what difference does Gold Medal make. More input please, JJ.
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  • sedonamoon 10 years ago
    Oh, I just love snickerdoodles! I can't wait to try this recipe :)
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  • marriage 10 years ago
    Snickerdoodles are a family favorite here. Why is that Gold Medal flour is best for cookies?
    ( I'm a beginner, that's the reason for asking )
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