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Great recipe! I made it exactly as written except I noticed as someone else mentioned that my second batch (I got 16 onto a tray and then 9 more from one batch) had time to "fluff up" while the first batch was baking and were a bit softer and fuller. Maybe just letting the batter rest 5 minutes is a good idea. But overall very tasty and very easy!

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katiebabe1289 May 04, 2010

These is a fabulous recipe for this classic cookie! My first batch was thin and only needed 4.5-5min to cook and the second was a bit thicker needing the 6min. Thanks so much! Soft and DELICIOUS!

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welcha448 July 24, 2009

I used all white flour instead of wheat, and a tartar/soda combo instead of baking powder--but the basic recipe is awesome! Very soft/chewy, just like a snickerdoodle should be! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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KeswickianRaider March 18, 2009

Very good cookie. I was looking for something sweet to make from the items I had in my pantry. These fit the bill very well, and satisfied my craving for something sweet. Thanks for the recipe.

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Chef Jodi Town January 20, 2008

Fantastic made these for PAC orphanage 07 and wasn't disappointed.

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Shirl (J) 831 October 23, 2007

These were SO good, the cinnamon sugar added a really nice "zing" to the cookie. I made exactly as written, only wish I had doubled the recipe. The whole family loved 'em. *PAC Autumn 07*

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AlleeH October 22, 2007
Healthy Snickerdoodles