Tasty Tuesday – Snickerdoodles

Happy Tuesday!  Another cold morning here.  The older I get, the more I dislike winter.  I am ready for spring (think I have a long wait though).

This week’s recipe is for snickerdoodles – another type of cookie I made for Christmas.  These were really good and soft, not crisp.  We really enjoyed them, and I hope those who received Christmas cookie tins did as well.

Here is this week’s recipe taken from “The Busy Mother’s Cookbook”.

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Snickerdoodles, Sarah, page 167

3/4 c. butter blend

2 c. sugar

2 eggs

2 tsp. cream of tartar

1 tsp. soda

1/4 tsp. salt

3 c. flour

Mix ingredients.

Cinnamon mixture:

2 tsp. cinnamon

2 Tbsp. sugar

Rough dough in small balls and roll in cinnamon mixture.  Bake at 350 degrees until lightly brown.

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Don’t they look yummy?

You can pick this cookbook up in many places in Lancaster County – Gordonville Book Store, Bird-in-Hand Bake Shop, and Kauffman’s Fruit Farm to name a few.  Here is also a link, for those out of town who might want to grab a copy for themselves, to purchase it from Kauffman’s Fruit Farm online…

http://www.kauffmansfruitfarm.com/The-Busy-Mother’s-Cookbook/item/CK030

They have a nice selection of different things you can order online from them and have quite a few of the cookbooks I have used here on my blog for sale as well.

If you are having this cold spell like we are, it would be a perfect time to bake up a batch of these yummy cookies to warm up your kitchen and your tummy.

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Have a great week and stay warm!

Blessings…

 

 

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