These Snickerdoodle Pudding Cookies are chewy, soft, and studded with all kinds of cinnamon goodness. Nothing shouts out Happy Holidays like a great plate of snickerdoodles.
When my 12-year-old decided we’d be getting up for zero period twice a week for the entire school year so he could do jazz ensemble, I admittedly hemmed and hawed a little.
Because, um, that’s us waking up and getting to school a whole hour before school even starts. And it doesn’t count for a grade? Not too legit in my sleepy-eyed book.
[Anyone who knows me a little knows I’m not a morning person. Great understatement of the decade.]
Granted, the boys live and breathe sports and music…even so, I was stunned that my tween would actually choose to be jolted awake by Obnoxious Alarm Clock while the stars are still out. Honey, are you sure you’re not doing this for friends and donuts?
But Mama got schooled last night, because I was blown away by the amazing Christmas performance a massive host of kids put on.
The grown-ups were stunned; we expected a cute little chorus of carols. Not the extraordinarily executed (dare I say, professional?) production we were treated to. Those music teachers are seriously awesome.
Around here, we say thank-you to fab teachers with cookies worth the cals…
These Snickerdoodle Pudding Cookies are always an appreciated treat.
They’re chewy, soft, and loaded with cinnamon-y goodness. Rolled in cinna-sugar. Studded with cinna-chips.
Put these goodies out on any holiday cookie tray, bring ’em to a cookie exchange, or wrap them up as a little gift for a cookie-eater in your life.
You probably won’t see leftovers, but if you do these snickerdoodle pudding cookies freeze well. Both in baked and unbaked-dough form.
Here’s to things that make waking up extra early worthwhile.
Coffee and cookies included.Print
Source: Chew Out Loud
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