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This video from BennettWatt shows you how to make Snickerdoodles.
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How to Make Snickerdoodles
1 pound butter – softened 2-3/4 cups white sugar 4 fresh eggs 6 cup flour 3 teaspoons cream of tartar 2 teaspoons baking soda Pinch of salt
Now we’re going to do Snicker doodle cookie. We’re going to use our kitchen mixer again and this time I promise you it will fit in here.
We’re going to start off with the paddle attachment attached and we’re going to use one pound of soft butter, or 4 sticks of butter and then we have our sugar. And again we’re just going to cream this until it gets nice and fluffy. We’ll wait to turn that up until all the sugar is incorporated. We don’t want it pulling in back at us.
So while this is creaming we can measure out the rest of our ingredients. We need four eggs, 6 cups of flour, 1 tablespoon of cream of tartar, pinch of salt and two teaspoons of baking soda and then I have cinnamon sugar just mixed together and I’ll put that on the side plus the sprinkle on top when they are done mixing.
Again, we don’t want this over creamed so we’re not going to walk away. It’s important to start off with room temperature butter so you want it to be warm so it makes this a lot faster. We’re going to again add our eggs one at a time just making sure all of the eggs are incorporated. We are going to gently lift the bowl so the eggs that are sitting at bottom will get mixed in. And now I'm going to add my cream of tartar, pinch of salt, baking soda, and my flour. Again this is just 6 cups of flour, slowly start the mixer. You don’t want the flour coming back at you.
Again, you don’t want to over mix it so you want to stand right there while mixing. This is just a little stiff. Take a quick go around with the spatula to make sure that everything is incorporated that we don’t have any dry left on the bottom or anything like that and it’s good. Again I have my parchment laying sheet pan over here and my scoop. And this is another recipe that you can make with large quantity but I always want to have cookies on the freezer or in the fridge.
And this can go in a 350 degrees oven for 10 to 15 minutes. We are going to set them right here on the oven top to cool for about 10 minutes until you can touch them with you fingers. You don’t want to burn yourself. So there we go. We have our Snicker Doodle cookies in about 10 minutes we can eat them.