Ultimate Snickerdoodles

If you’ve ever heard the name but never had one before, snickerdoodles to me are basically cinnamon sugar cookies !

I left these on the baking sheet for a couple of minutes just to make sure they wouldn’t fall apart when it came time to take them off and it caused them to have a nice crispy crust on the bottom but still be really soft on top. You definitely taste the cinnamon thanks to to the cinnamon in the cookie dough plus the cinnamon sugar blend each cookie dough ball got rolled in but the flavor was never overpowering (you certainly won’t feel like you’re doing some new version of the cinnamon challenge). On a different note, don’t be surprised if you end up with more cookies than what the recipe says. This recipe is supposed to yield 13 cookies but somehow I got 19 !

I got this recipe from delish Insane Sweets (available through Amazon, delish website has a link, etc.) but if you go onto the delish website, and just search “snickerdoodle cookies” then you’ll find the same recipe with an even more detailed set of directions.

I was not paid in any form to mention delish, Amazon or this recipe.

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Cookie Dough Bars

I definitely have a sweet tooth so when I saw this recipe, I had to make it !

You can choose to freeze or refrigerate these bars to solidify the chocolate layer on top and I went with the freezing option. Saves you on time, does make it a bit harder to cut into though ! Even though this is vegan, the flavor and texture reminded me of all the chocolate chip cookie dough batter that I really shouldn’t have ate over the years (seriously, I don’t know how I never got salmonella). Once the chocolate ganache hardened, it gave a nice snap and you think this dessert will be too sweet but the salt that gets mixed into the cookie dough cuts through the sweetness.

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