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Chocolate Chip Snickerdoodles 6

Chocolate Chip Snickerdoodles 6

Chocolate Chip Snickerdoodles 6

Did a shock of panic run through you when your hand did not come into contact with a cookie int he freezer? I think that if I discovered I had no more cookies anywhere in my home I would panic for a second. But of course I too would realize that it meant I just had to bake more!

These look fantastic, and I definitely enjoy cinnamon and chocolate together. Guess I know which cookies I’ll be stocking next!

Mmmmm, hope you have a great time at the bake sale!! Funny, we’ll be in La Jolla for a wedding on the beach, maybe I’ll come find your sale after!!

I’ve made a similar cookie-they are so good! Good luck with the bake sale!

The Heath bar in here makes one of my favorite cookies even more enticing. Wonderful! Can’t wait to see you later today, Lori.

These cookies look perfect! Good luck at the bake sale!!

I love cinnamon and chocolate together, these sound fantastic. I think that more cookies should be made into snickerdoodles…I especially love peanut butter snickerdoodles!

These sound too good! Great recipe!

Any cookie that involves toffee (or another sweet equally threatening to fillings) is good by me!

Can’t wait to meet you at the bake sale! You better be bringing some of these


YUM! We found this on Tastespotting. Can’t wait to meet you next week!

Lori Lange

What’s next week? Am I forgetting something??

Oh, oops! I won’t be at the one in San Diego, we’re baking and attending the sale in LA

I wish I were going to be home for the bake sale with you guys! Have so much fun and YUM your cookies look good!

It’s no secret that I’m rather fond of baking. I (almost) always have homemade cookies individually wrapped in the freezer… ready to throw into lunches and available for munching when the craving for sweets is irresistible. Loaves of banana and pumpkin bread are often lurking deep inside my freezer and there are often a few muffins in there too. I bake so often that these goodies are often replaced before they can even begin to disappear. And so I was rather surprised the other day when I reached into the freezer to grab a cookie… and there was not a single cookie to be found. Time to make cookies…. a Snickerdoodle variety.

Chocolate Chip Snickerdoodles 6

Classic Snickerdoodles are my favorite cookie ever. So I’m often whipping up different kinds of Snickerdoodly things. This Snickerdoodle cookie is stuffed with toffee chips and chocolate chips.

They turn out to have a crispy exterior and a tender, chewy center. Chocolate Chip Snickerdoodles 4 Chocolate Chip Snickerdoodles 2 Chocolate Chip Snickerdoodles 5

They’re pretty much your standard Snickerdoodle cookie with a good dose of toffee and chocolate in every bite. If you like the flavor of cinnamon and chocolate together, I think you’ll enjoy these. And they freeze well, of course

Have you heard about the Nation-Wide Food Blogger Bake Sale? Mark your calendars for May 14th, 2011. Organized by the fabulous Gaby Dalkin of What’s Gaby Cooking, food bloggers from across the country will unite to end childhood hunger by holding bake sales in their states. Readers will have the opportunity to taste the baked goods from their favorite food blogs at each state’s bake sale location.

Funds raised through the Food Blogger Bake Sale support Share Our Strength’s efforts to end childhood hunger in America. Nearly one in four—children in America face hunger, that’s more than 17 million kids!! Despite the good efforts of governments, private-sector institutions and everyday Americans, millions of our children still don’t have daily access to the nutritious meals they need to live active, healthy lives. More information on Share Our Strength can be found here. Last year the bake sales raised over $1 million, and this year we are shooting to raise even more! Check Gaby’s Post to see if there is a Food Blogger Bake Sale being organized near you.

If you’re in San Diego, our San Diego Food Blogger’s bake sale will be taking place at Great News Cooking School (1788 Garnet Ave) in Pacific Beach. Come by on May 14th, 10am to 2pm and help support Share Our Strength by purchasing some baked goods from San Diego Food Bloggers (these people know how to bake!) I’ll be there too! Not sure what I’m baking yet… but you can bet I’ll bring some of my favorites. And if you’d like to donate to Share Our Strength, please visit our Team Page to make a donation

Original article and pictures take http://www.recipegirl.com/2011/04/29/toffee-chip-snickerdoodles-the-food-blogger-bake-sale/ site

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