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Thread: Snickerdoodle alert

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    Snickerdoodle alert

    If you love snickerdoodle cookies, may I suggest you go to duncanhines.com. I made a batch of their snickerdoodle cupcakes to take to a family picnic today. They were a hit. Extremely easy and yummy. Smelled like heaven while baking.

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    Good to know! I love snickerdoodles!

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    uhoh! I see this in my household as a staple! They all love snickerdoodles!

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    I couldn't find a recipe for snickerdoodle cupcakes. Is it called something else? I found alot of other scrumptious cupcakes to try though
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    I'm on it. Thanks
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    WOW!!! THANKS SOOOOO MUCH!!! My family favorite is Snickerdoodle cookies...now I can surprise them with cupcakes too!!! Thanks for sharing and my family will thank you too!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kath12 View Post
    I couldn't find a recipe for snickerdoodle cupcakes. Is it called something else? I found alot of other scrumptious cupcakes to try though
    Here's the recipe:
    http://duncanhines.com/recipes/cupca...doodle-cupcake

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    Love snickerdoodles. Thanks

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    Yummie! Sounds delish, love snickerdoodle cookies!
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    thanks for the link

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    Thank you. Never heard of them here in Aus.Going to make some today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SewExtremeSeams View Post
    Thank you very much! I'll have to give this a try when its cooler outside and I can use the oven. My husband don't like me to use the oven when the AC is on
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    Just tried Snickerdoodle ice cream Sunday night. Yummy.

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    Printed the recipe off as snickerdoodles rate way up there in our house!!
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    Sounds good, but I'll make a few changes. Skip the frosting, decrease the milk by a TBSP or so, and add diced apples or blueberries. Less guilt, not so sweet? Will try it in 2 weeks for a family gathering. I made Snickerdoodles many, many times growing up. My favorite cookie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monroe View Post
    Sounds good, but I'll make a few changes. Skip the frosting, decrease the milk by a TBSP or so, and add diced apples or blueberries. Less guilt, not so sweet? Will try it in 2 weeks for a family gathering. I made Snickerdoodles many, many times growing up. My favorite cookie.
    Yes, the icing was a bit intense. If nothing else, I would use a lot less of it the next time.

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    Oh, those sound wonderful. I love snickerdoodles!!!
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    I think you just saved me from the humiliation of showing up at a meeting empty handed. Thank you!

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    Glad to be of service!

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    I notice that the recipe calls for "whole" milk. Will it be ruined if I use 1%?
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    Can't imagine it would. I use nothing but 2% for all my cooking/drinking.

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    Sounds wonderful....thanks for sharing!!

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