Since I was little, playing with (my) food has been a favorite pastime. So has making puns. Combine these two things and you get SnickerPoodles! Before moving here from Canada, I hadn't ever met American snickerdoodle cookies before - and what a shame! They are an amazing balance of crispy/chewy. Add a dash of poodle shaped fun and you have, in my opinion, the perfect cookie.

*Thanks to Blair Emanuel for being a great model and cookie making cohort!

Step 1: Recipe + Template

Cinnamon SnickerPoodles

  • 2 3/4 cups flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 1/2 cups sugar
  • 1 cup room temperature butter
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 tsps vanilla
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup sugar for dusting

Makes 32 poodles.
Print out 4-8 sheets of the attached SnickerPoodle template. (8 if you have 4 baking sheets, 4 if you have 2 and will be making two rounds on the same ones.)

<p>Looks very nice....</p>
<p>just one word-aweome</p>
<p>Adorable. Makes me want to try them with a dog biscuit recipe...make doggie treats. </p>
Sooo cute!! :)
I mean tablet<br>
I can't find the link on my template
<p>This just cracked me up! What a clever cookie project and such great photography!<br><br>Since you mentioned engagement parties, there's a wedding tradition where I'm originally from (Southwestern Pennsylvania) that at a wedding, friends and family of the couple make *dozens* of cookies for the reception. There's even a separate table for guests to set them out and often caterers will take them and plate them. SnickerPoodles would be a huge hit at any cookie table! </p><p>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cookie_table</p>
<p>Hi Paige, </p><p>Just wanted to say that I was having a not great day then I saw these and they made me happy. Thanks</p>
<p>Thanks so much for letting me know auntbecky92! I had a lot of fun making these. I hope you have a wonderful, brand new day tomorrow.</p>
<p>Oh man, I somehow missed seeing these in person, but they are adorable!</p>

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Bio: Made in Canada, I have a BFA in product design from Parsons School of Design in NYC. I've done work for Martha Stewart Living ... More »
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