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How to make it

  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
  • Mix together the first 5 ingredients
  • Mix in the remaining 3 dry ingredients
  • Roll the dough into walnut sized balls.
  • Mix together the cinnamon and the 3-4 Tbsp. sugar in a shallow bowl. Coat the dough balls well with this mixture.
  • Place the balls on cookie sheets, but do not crowd them together.
  • Using the bottom of a drinking glass that has been dipped into the sugar.cinnamon mixture flatten the cookie balls to around 1/2" thick.
  • Bake the cookies 15-18 minutes, or just until they are lightly browned on top.
  • Enjoy!

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    " It was excellent "
    gagagrits ate it and said...
    I am all about crunchy cookies, much better than the soft. and I do love orange and cinnamon....:)
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  • ttaaccoo 11 years ago
    thank you! these sound delish! love orange and cinnamon!! 5555
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    " It was excellent "
    pollymotzko ate it and said...
    Hello there,
    Polly Motzko here from Southern CA! I just created a new group called "Kids in the Kitchen" that encourages parents and kids to cook together and have lots of good family memories. This recipe was perfect for it. It sounds like it comes out like an orange flavored snickerdoodle-and I love snickerdoodles!
    This recipe was put on these following groups:
    1. A Cookie Jar
    2. Busy Bakers
    3. Delicious Foods
    4. Family Night
    5. Kids In The Kitchen
    6. My Passion Is Baking

    Polly Motzko
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