Thursday, February 10, 2011

Snicker doodle Heaven

DSC08219This last weekend we were suppose to travel, but Miss A was sick with a cold(some things are better not shared!). I was in charge of bringing deserts, which is usually my job when there is food assignments! I can bake but, I can NOT cook! Tara is the pro at cooking! DSC08205Back to my story! I had bought this Betty Crocker mix with every intention of making a cinnamon cake. When plans changed so did my recipe! We will eat cookies at my house but cake has a VERY long shelf life! Thus I bring you Snicker doodle Cups!

   Items Needed:

  • Cake mix(Cinnamon or Yellow and you can add cinnamon)
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2  cup (or 1 stick)melted butter
  • Frosting or filling for your cups

To make the snicker doodle you simple melt your butter then add the cake mix and then the egg. I usually do this order because I am afraid the hot melted butter will cook the egg! Once you get your  dough simple scoop into a mini muffin pan (Mine is very well used!). Bake at 350* for 8-10 min (until light brown)DSC08206Have you ever attended a Pampered Chef party? Well Next time you go buy one of these. They are around 3 Bucks and they are awesome! It is a mini tart shaper. When your cups come out of the over they will be lightly brown, spray your mini tart shaper with cooking spray to help them not stick and press down the center of each cup. Once all the tops are pressed down simply move to an air tight container and let cool                                                                                         DSC08212DSC08213

Once the cups have cooled (We ate them still warm!) fill with your favorite frosting. I used cream cheese frosting, also from Betty Crocker (why mess with perfection!) and they were awesome! DSC08219 

~Enjoy,  Kori

33 comments:

  1. OMG! THEY LOOK AMAZING. I NEED ONE OF THOSE PAMPERED CHEF THINGIES!

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  2. You were so missed, and not just because of the delicious desserts that you provide! I hope Miss A is feeling better!

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  3. these look and sound delicious my son loves snickerdoodle and I welcome the chance to rock his world with a new style thanks for sharing

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  4. lovely! I was thinking I could make this and dye the frosting to make it valentine (ish).

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  5. Emily That is a great Idea, I should have waited for Vday!

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  6. i have done something like this to but with peanut butter cookie mix and then use the pamper chef recipe for the pecan trusses and put that in the middle so yummy.. that tool is the best I love mine.

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  7. These look very yummy! I make the little cups in several different flavors and fill with frosting, but this is one I will definitely need to try! Here's a little tip if you don't have the tart shaper (I don't have one) - the bottom of a shot glass works very well also. It fits the mini muffin shape perfectly to shape it into a cup. Hope that helps those of you that don't have a tart shaper!

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  8. these do look good, but I'm confused on the amount of butter. It simply says, "1/2 butter" I'm thinking 1/2 cup but....

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  9. was going to ask about the butter and see that the person above beat me too it. Thanks.

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  10. Is the 1/2 melted butter a 1/2 cup? Sounds great.

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  11. "1/2 butter" what? Stick? Cup? Pound? "spray your mini tart shaper and press down the center of each cup." Spray with what?

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  12. you could add snickers candy bar instead of the butter too.

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  13. These sound so delish and so easy to whip up for any occasion! Thanks for sharing with us!

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  14. Can you please add the filling mixture you made. Was it a cream cheese based icing (Cream cheese, powdered sugar, milk, vanilla)?

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  15. I will be making these! I sell Pampered Chef! I have one of the Tart Shapers, and I use it for LOTS of different things! Email me-Jeni- jenisdreamkitchen@yahoo.com

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  16. Those look and sound tasty! mmm, cream cheese frosting....*drools*

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  17. Oh I definetly will be making these
    rain is coming our way and this would be perfect

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  18. The Mini-Tart Shaper is an awesome little tool with lots of uses! I'm a Pampered Chef Consultant & if u want one, u can go to www.pamperedchef.com and there is a path on the website so u can either order directly from there or they will send ur name to a Consultant near u & they'll contact u! We also have really great mini-muffin tins!! I'm going to see about using this recipe in my shows!

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  19. I agree with Crystal -- the Mini-Tart Shaper IS an AWESOME little tool with LOTS of uses! I'm also a Pampered Chef Consultant -- if you want to order one, visit www.pamperedchef.com -- you can find a local consultant there (if you'd like to host a show) -- or you can order from my website at www.pamperedchef.biz/kristenh and have your order shipped directly to your door. Pampered Chef also has really great muffin and mini-muffin tins -- as well as other baking essentials!

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  20. Just made them with a butter pecan mix..how about filling with a little squirt of spray cool whip when they are still warm?? My grandsons are going to love this!!

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  21. Wow You guys are awesome, to answer your questions:
    I used a 1/2 of cup of butter and the frosting I am a litle embarressed but it was a plain old Betty Crocker cream cheese, why mess with perfection!! Thank you all for helping me and Connie the melted SNicker bar sounds INCREDIBLE!!!

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  22. I just made these and they are fabulously delicious!!!! I am definitely book marking this to make again.
    Thank you for a delicious and easy recipe that my kids think I am a goddess for!

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  23. Robin Bellamy

    I can't wait to try these. I too am a Pampered Chef Consultant. We also sale scoops. Small, Med. and Large. This would also help to make them uniform in size. The small would work great.

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  24. Those are awesome. I'm all about the muffin tins! What a perfect little idea!

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  25. These look so easy and yummy! Need to try it on my teens. Thanks for visiting me at A Season for All Things. I'm your newest follower. ~ Ellen

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  26. Oh my goodness, these look and sound so good! Will definitely have to make some of these, I might even share some with the boys!

    Thanks for sharing

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  27. Kori your killin me! I just finished working out and now I want to gobble up a whole pan of these lol. Thanks for linking up to my VIP party today =)

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  28. My husband LOVES Snickerdoodles and was just asking me this morning when I was going to make them again. These look amazing and I love that little tart tamper tool thingy. I'll be able to use that again and again. Hopefully this is something that can be found elsewhere as I've not heard of a Pampered Chef party in about a decade.

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  29. Oh, I love this! I have never used my tart shaper, I may have to give this a try. I have a box of yellow cake mix in my pantry...

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  30. Wow, these look like some fantastically delicious little bites. What a great idea. I have a sweet treat linky party going on at my blog and I'd like to invite you to stop by and link your snickerdoodles up. http://sweet-as-sugar-cookies.blogspot.com/2011/03/sweets-for-saturday-10.html

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  31. These DO sound like HEAVEN!!! Can't wait to try this recipe! Thanks for linking to Fancy This Fridays!!!

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  32. Oh these are so cute! I love that little PC tool! I wish I had quite a few of these right now to gobble up!

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