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The flavor of these cookies is excellent. However, a ping pong ball is 38-40 mm; using this diameter the recipe yields 20 cookies. The baking time needs to be increased accordingly- this will vary based on individual ovens. Thanks Teresa! Will definitely make again.

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Patrick Bannasch November 20, 2013

I made a batch and they turned out amazing, they were gone in less than an 2 hours. I absolutely recommend this recipe. They were delicious and turned out beautifully! Thank you so much!

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coolkitty100 May 20, 2013

I made half a batch of these, and they turned out great! Very soft but they hold up well and taste exactly how a snickerdoodle should. I had no cream of tartar so I had to use baking powder instead and it worked! Made some for Holiday Cookie Swap 2011.

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AlainaF November 14, 2011

Good recipe, but if you are high altitude you need to add quite a bit more flour. I added an extra 1/2 cup and they still came out flat as pancakes. Added even more to the second batch and they came out great.

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jensuman July 01, 2011

excellent cookie!!! well loved by the family, especially warm out of the oven! yum!

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cleoleo79 October 22, 2010

I was SO happy to find a snickerdoodle recipe that required Cream of Tartar...it isn't a proper Snickerdoodle unless it has that ingredient...it's just a sugar cookie, otherwise! These turned out light, fluffy, cinnamon-y...in other words, just delicious and perfect! Great recipe and thanks for posting a Classic American Cookie. :) Made for Spring PAC 2010.

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The_Swedish_Chef April 12, 2010
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