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Snickerdoodles: Easy & Delicious

Nonna and her favorite guest cook, Wolfie, made Nonna’s favorite cookies! They are quick, easy, and a blast to bake with your grandkids!

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    See Note 1
    • 2 Eggs
    • 1 Cup Butter
    • 2 3/4 Cup AP Flour
    • 2 tsp Cream of Tartar
    • 1 tsp Baking Soda
    • 1/2 tsp Salt
    • 1.5 Cups Sugar
    • 1 tbsp Cinnamon
    • 2 tbsp Sugar


    1. Mix butter and 1.5 cups of sugar.
    2. Add eggs. Mix.
    3. Add baking soda & cream of tartar. Mix.
    4. Add half the flour and mix.
    5. Add rest of flour and mix. Mix thoroughly.
    6. In a separate bowl, mix 1 tbsp cinnamon and 2 tbsp sugar
    7. Shape the cookie dough into small balls.
    8. Roll the balls in the sugar/cinnamon mix
    9. Place parchment paper over a baking pan.
    10. Place the sugared balled dough on a baking pan and flatten the dough. Separate the flattened dough as the dough will expand as it cooks.
    11. Place in oven (preheated to 375° degrees) for 8-10 minutes. Check after 8 minutes.
    12. After 8 minutes, if the cookies are soft in the middle cook for additional 2 mins or until done.

Note 1: Nonna’s personal recipe calls for toddler “LOVE” to be added to the recipe. (FYI: “LOVE” really means toddler fingers that have repeatedly been in the mixing bowl and licked clean). She highly recommends that every Nonna, Gamma, Nana, Grandma, etc….add their own toddler “LOVE” to their cookies! Keep in mind, however, there are raw eggs in the dough…ssssoooo…

Oma’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

Nonna’s Mom, known as Oma to her grandchildren, made this recipe with her grandchildren and now with her great grandchildren. Oma got this recipe from the NESTLÉ TOLL HOUSE Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels package. Like Nonna, Oma, isn’t all that skilled at following recipes and as a result made a few minor modifications. The recipe is simple, easy, and without a doubt the most fun to bake when your grandchildren are running a muck in your house! Both Oma and Nonna hope you enjoy baking these cookies with your grandchildren!

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