Apple Pie Snickerdoodle Cookies




Hey Dough Boys and Dough Girls!


Here is the official Apple Pie Snickerdoodle Cookie recipe that everyone is raving about on my TIK-TOK and my INSTAGRAM account. I am so excited to finally share my cookie creations with you guys and hope that you have just as much fun as I did making these soft, fluffy, buttery, snickerdoodle cookies!


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This snickerdoodle recipe is one of my favorites but I couldn't help but take it over the top by stuffing the dough with apples! What I love about these cookies is that they are multi functional and make a really good family dessert! Although I doubt these cookies will last more than a few hours in the kitchen before they are devoured to crumbs, I love them just as much straight out the oven as I do after they have cooled down.




The cinnamon in the apple pie filling is a really good pair to the cinnamon/sugar mixture that cookie dough is rolled in. They compliment each other very well. Click here to Jump To The Recipe or check out a few tips on how to make the best snickerdoodle cookies ever!


1. Snickerdoodle cookies take a little bit more finesse than your average cookie. It's important that you mix the sugar and the butter for about 3-4 minutes with a handheld mixer or stand mixer until the mixture is nice and creamy. This step can be a make or break for good snickerdoodles.


2. Do not forget the Cream of Tartar. This is that special ingredient that gives snickerdoodles their signature fluffy texture.




3. Use granny smith apples to help obtain a crisp apple after the cookies have been baked. However, you can use any apples that you prefer.


3. The apple pie filling does not need to be baked. Simply mix the four ingredients together and set aside until you are ready to stuff your cookie. This is not a rigid recipe. Feel free to modify with something else like a pre made filling, or different filling all together.





4. Because Snickerdoodle dough is naturally sticky, it will be easier to manage once it has been cooled. If you do not have the time to cool the dough, you can proceed to baking immediately however, for the best results I do not recommend skipping this step.





5. Make sure that your apple pie filling is completely covered to the best of you ability to avoid it oozing out the sides as the cookie bakes in the oven. If the filling spreads throughout the dough as it bakes, this is totally okay. Mash your dough balls down first to make stuffing them easier.




6. To make stuffing your dough easier, add a small bit of dough on top of the filling and pinch the sides of the dough balls to meet the dough that is sitting on top.

7. Generously roll your cookie dough balls in the cinnamon/sugar mixture to make sure they maintain their beautiful brown color as the cookie dough spreads in the oven.



8. Your snickerdoodle cookies should look nice and crackly when they are ready! Do a touch test to see if the edges are nice and crispy. Remove the cookies off the baking sheet/pan and allow them to cool for 10 minutes then enjoy!





This recipe is easy to make and leaves a lot of room for additional ingredients. Drizzle caramel on your cookies or add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to create your own masterpiece! Have another idea that you want to share? Let us know about it! Don't forget to subscribe for more recipes and I'll see you again soon!






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