Finally! Snickerdoodles Made of Actual Snickers and Cheez Doodles

You may excitedly open a fresh package of snickerdoodles only to discover that you were deceived: all you purchased were cookies with no elements of Snickers candy bars or Cheez Doodles. Well, your heart and your stomach can now be at rest because Becky McKay, the internet’s Cereal Baker, has finally produced the real thing.

Her recipe uses a Betty Crocker snickerdoodle cookie mix, butter, water, an egg, 20-22 mini Snickers and 1.5 oz. of Cheez Doodles. Becky says that “Cheese Balls and Cheese Puffs are acceptable substitutes.” This is obviously wrong. Use real Cheez Doodles or you aren’t making authentic snickerdoodles.

Roll the dough into balls with each containing a Snickers in the middle. Then roll the balls in crushed Cheez Doodles. Bake them for 10 minutes.

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Ha ha, I think it sounds delicious, but I couldn't understand why I'd never realized that Snickerdoodles were so awesome. After a little Googling, I gather than regular Snickerdoodles are a little less filled with deliciousness.
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