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  1. Amy

    My favorite snickerdoodle recipe so far. It’s everything you say it is. A favorite of my husband’s, I have to make sure I don’t eat them up, too. Recipe moves to the top of the list! Thank you.


  2. Ashleigh

    I just love this recipe. Thank you for sharing. It brings back great memories of the first thing I learned to make in the kitchen with my aunt and mom. Our recipe was from my mom’s 1963 Betty Crocker home ec cookbook so it called for crisco – something I am happy to delete from current baking though it does being back a fond memory for me. This cookie will always be associated with a warm, happy home for me. I thank you for sharing a recipe that has all natural ingredients! It’s so soft and lovely. Last Christmas I baked dozens of these and mailed them to my international friends – I am happy to report that cookies I made from this recipe made it all the way to Iceland and were happily received!


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  3. Jenny

    I liked the chewiness of these cookies and have compared the recipe to others and it has a much lower butter to flour ratio which I like but definitely are lacking in a buttery flavor unlike this other recipe I tried. Also, the cornstarch is key! I tried substituting it with wheat germ and the cookie turned out very dry. Good recipe!


  4. Barry

    I made these cookies, and they were just okay. I feel the butter ratio was a tad off. Only 4 tablespoons? I also added some vanilla extract (only 1/2 teaspoon). Not sure if that changed the chemistry, though I doubt it. I tend to prefer cookie recipes that call for both baking soda and baking powder, too—although I’m not sure why this matters.

    Anyways, thanks for the recipe. Any input you might have in regards to my comments would be useful, too :D

  5. Sosabaca

    Thank you for the recipe. It is snowing and I thought it would be great to bake these and serve with Mexican hot chocolate after dinner. They were so yummy!


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