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Saturday, January 08, 2011

Cookin' the Books: Cinnamon Crisps

Cinnamon Crisps


2 c. melted butter (4 sticks)
2 c. brown sugar (loosely packed)
1 c. white sugar (granulated)
2 beaten eggs (just whip them up with a fork)
2 t. vanilla
1 t. cinnamon
1 t. baking soda
1 t. cream of tartar (critical!)
1 t. salt
4 1/4 c. white flour (not sifted)

Dough-ball rolling mixture:

1/2 c. white sugar
1 t. cinnamon

Melt the butter. Add the sugars and mix. Let the mixture cool to room temperature while you beat the eggs, and then stir them in. Add the vanilla, cinnamon, baking soda, cream of tartar, and sat. Mix well. Add flour in increments, mixing after each addition.

Use your hands to roll the dough into walnut-sized balls. (If dough is too sticky, chill for an hour before rolling.)

Combine the sugar and cinnamon in a small bowl to make the dough-ball rolling mixture. (Mixing it with a fork works nicely.) Roll the dough balls in the mixture, then place them on a greased cookie sheet, 12 to a standard sheet. Flatten the dough balls with a greased or floured spatula.

Bake at 325 degrees for 10-15 minutes. (They should have a touch of gold around the edges.) Cool on the cookie sheet for 2 minutes, then remove the cookies to a rack to finish cooling.

Yield: Approximately 8 dozen, depending on cookie size.

Hannah's note: Lisa loves these cookies - it's the only time I've seen her eat a half-dozen of anything at one sitting.

My thoughts on the recipe: If you love Snickerdoodles (and I do), you're going to enjoy this recipe since Cinnamon Crisps are basically crispy Snickerdoodles. They're not crispy like hard, but crispy like delicate, and only around the edges. The centers are all moist, buttery yum-ness. I loved these, as did my children, at least one of whom said, "These are the best cookies you've ever made, Mom!" They're easy to make and always turn out nicely - what's not to love?

(Note: This recipe was used by permission from Joanne Fluke. The photo was snapped by yours truly.)

4 comments:

  1. I've read most of Fluke's books as sudiobooks, so I've never tried any of the recipes, even though many of them sound amazing. I've wondered if they were actually any good or not. Thanks for trying out this recipe, and leaving me wondering if I have the ingredients on hand :-).

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  2. ooooh this looks delicious :-) I'm a sucker for baked stuff, and I love to bake, so I am definitely going to try these ! Thanks for sharing!!

    Love,

    The Creative Muslimah @ www.thecreativemuslimah.blogspot.com

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  3. Oooh those look positively delicious! Will have to try those out. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  4. ooh these cookies sound delicious! I love baking so I will have to try out this recipe!

    ~Aliyah
    http://desabsurdites.blogspot.com/

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