Pumpkin Snickerdoodles

Pumpkin madness continues. One of the pumpkin recipes I clearly remember seeing last year, but didn’t have a chance to try, was pumpkin snickerdoodles. So when I started my pumpkin baking frenzy, it was on the top of my list.

I used a recipe I found on Recipe Girl. Snickerdoodles are pretty simple to make, and pumpkin snickerdoodles are almost just as easy.

I usually can’t eat too many snickerdoodles. After a couple, I start feeling a little sick from all the cinnamon, like a kid who has eaten too much sugar.  These pumpkin snickerdoodles seems to have solved that problem.

These are delicious and were gone within two days.  I love how they are orange inside. Definitely a keeper recipe.

Pumpkin Snickerdoodles recipe can be found here at Recipe Girl)

15 comments on “Pumpkin Snickerdoodles”

  1. I love how orangy it is inside too! 🙂 never had snickerdoodles before…guess they don’t sell them here so maybe i should give this a go when i get me some pumpkins! hehe.

  2. ah! these look so good, can’t wait to make them!

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  4. Snickerdoodles – meh. PUMPKIN snickerdoodles – now we’re talking! They look great!

  5. found your blog through foodgawker. just made these. they are fantastic. the pumpkin flavor is subtle but delightful. They are buttery and soft. I made them Gluten Free using a GF flour blend, but kept everything else the same. My whole family loves them! Thanks for the recipe.

  6. Orange cookies! How cute!

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  8. Hi There, Just a friendly reminder that if you use a recipe from my website database, I’d appreciate if you’d just link to it rather than reprint my recipes on your site. Thanks a bunch.

    • Sorry, I didn’t know that you don’t like reprinting of recipes, since every blogger has a different view. I’ve gone ahead and removed the recipe. I often make some changes to the original recipe, so then I rewrite the entire recipe with my modifications, but I noticed that I didn’t make any changes to yours.

  9. Yeah, I don’t mind if someone has altered it quite a bit to make it their own- that’s expected, but word for word is kind of a bummer when you put a lot of work into making it your own recipe. That’s kinda the general rule in the blog world 🙂 Thanks for adding the link instead.

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