Sssnnniiiccckkkeeerrrdddoooooodddllleeesss. I love that word. Isn’t it just awesome the way it rolls off your tongue? Try it. You need to say it slowly enough in order to get the full effect.
It’s so much fun to say. I wonder what it sounds like in other languages and if it’s as much fun. If anyone knows how to say snickerdoodles in another language, I’d love it if you could comment and let me know. I’d like to add it to the post. That’d be cool!
The snickerdoodle has been and I’m sure will always be, delicious. I don’t think there’s any way one can screw up a snickerdoodle short of forgetting to add an ingredient or leaving them in the oven for too long. They are a great sugar cookie with that hint of cinnamon.
This was an easy recipe, too. Once again, taken from the Food Network website. The recipe address is: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/emeril-lagasse/snickerdoodles-recipe/index.html . They are from The Emeril Live Show. So easy and so quick, I made them in under ½ hour – prepping ingredients, mixing and baking.
Shortening and butter creamed.
Sugar added and mixed til fluffy.
The flour and the eggs.
The eggs added to the sugar, shortening and butter.
After the flour, baking soda and salt are added.
Rolled in sugar and cinnamon and flattened on the cookie sheet.
The rolling pin rating for snickerdoodles: the family voted that it’s 3½. The were going to give them a four, but are holding out I suppose for a really super-to-die-for cookie. I wonder what that will be. Remember, anyone that can post a comment telling us what snickerdoodle is in another language, I’d love to add it to the post. I look forward to hearing from you!
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