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Snickerdoodles (Made with Butter)


Why bake with shortening when you can use butter instead? Years ago, I learned that butter can be substituted for shortening if you omit 1 tablespoon of liquid for every half cup of shortening the recipe calls for. For example, the original recipe from an old cookbook calls for 1 cup shortening and 2 tablespoons milk. To make an accurate substitution, omit both tablespoons of milk, and use 1 cup (2 sticks) butter instead. Viola! These are the moistest on the inside, crispiest on the outside, buttery, cinnamon-y cookies you will ever put in your mouth. Enjoy!! Snickerdoodles (Made with

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