We’re back with another holiday snack for you and your family to enjoy. Looking for a little bit more holiday spice than our Thick & Easy® Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies? These Thick & Easy® Snickerdoodle Cookies are the perfect winter warmer for those with swallowing difficulties, and pack great holiday taste into a snack that meets IDDSI Levels 4, 5, 6 & 7.
Follow along with our recipe that uses Thick & Easy® Bread Mix to create a delicious dessert that you and your family will love.
|1 Serving||8 Servings||16 Servings|
|Powdered sugar||3/4 tsp||2 Tbsp||1/4 cup|
|Butter, softened||1/2 tsp||2 Tbsp+2 tsp||1/3 cup|
|THICK & EASY® Texture Modified Bread & Dessert Mix
|2 Tbsp||1 cup||2 cups|
|Cinnamon||Dash||1/2 tsp||1 tsp|
|Vegetable Oil||1 tsp||2 Tbsp+2 tsp||1/3 cup|
|Water, hot||3 Tbsp||1 1/2 cup||3 cups|
|Vanilla extract||1-2 drops||1/2 tsp||1 tsp|
|Almond extract||1 drop||1/4 tsp||1/2 tsp|
|Cinnamon sugar||About 2 tsp||About 6 Tbsp||About 3/4 cup|
How to Prepare
- Cream together softened butter and powdered sugar until well mixed.
- In a separate bowl, combine THICK & EASY® Texture Modified Bread & Dessert Mix and cinnamon. Combine milk, vanilla extract and almond extract (if desired) and add to bread mix, stirring briskly until mixture starts to thicken.
- Add to butter/sugar mixture and blend with an electric mixer until thoroughly combined (about 30 seconds).
- Cover and chill for 10-15 minutes.
- Portion into balls using #40 scoop or measure about 2 Tbsp per cookie.
- Roll each cookie ball in cinnamon sugar until well coated; flatten with a wide spatula.
- Portion 2 cookies per serving.
Serving Size: 2 cookies (~2 Tbsp per cookie)
Total Fat: 3.5g
Saturated Fat: 2g
Trans Fat: 0g
Total Carbohydrates: 14g
Dietary Fiber: 0g
Total Sugars: 4g
Added Sugars: 2g
Calcium: 8% DV
Iron: 0% DV
Potassium: 2% DV
Vitamin A: 4% DV
Vitamin C: 0% DV
Looking for even more delicious holiday desserts? Check out our recipe for THICK & EASY® Vanilla Cream Cheese Pumpkin Squares!
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