Snickerdoodles, cookies known for their sugar and cinnamon…ness, are imported from Germany, where they were used as currency in the Black Market Baking scene until they were supplanted by Pfefferneuse in the Great Cookie War of Baden Baden in 1867. Snickerdoodle is German for, "laughing at your art", but can also mean, "GOD I NEED THAT FUCKING COOKIE." There are some circles who still use its archaic meaning, though no one can tell you what that is, because when you ask, "What DOES 'Snickerdoodle' mean?", they just snort and tell you, "Das ist, was sie sagte."
If I am understanding this correctly, snickerdoodles are supposed to be crispy, but I vetoed that because I hate crunchy cookies. Even more vehemently, I hate cakey cookies. These puppies are a little soft on the inside and a little crispy on the outside, what with all the sugar they were rolled in. and to preserve their chewy crunchy NON CAKINESS, I flattened them once before baking and once after.
Ingredients: flour, sugar, eggs, baking powder/soda, cinnamon, salt, butter.
Vstroyer Scale of Tastiness: four Hello Kitties
Available: Gone! NOTE: None of my cookies are big. Average size is 2-2 ½ inches in diameter.
Later today, or tomorrow, I might have some limoncello cookies available if anyone is interested.
Also, I think this goes without saying, but this offer is only for the 48 states. Anywhere else would be much more in shipping.