Paid PostPosted on Mar. 16, 2022Easter SnickerdoodlesGrab the kids and make these ADORABLE Snickerdoodle Cookies just in time for Easter celebrations. Brought to you by Club House! Learn more.by Club HouseBrand PublisherLinkFacebookPinterestTwitterMail View this post on Facebook Facebook: 1614251518827491 Makes: 12Prep time: 20 minCook time: 10 minIngredientsDough1 cup (140 grams) all-purpose flour ½ teaspoon Club House Cream of Tartar ½ teaspoon table salt1 teaspoon Club House Ground Cinnamon½ teaspoon baking soda⅔ cup (130 grams) light brown sugar6 tablespoons (84 grams) unsalted butter, softened2 tablespoons vegetable oil1 egg yolkCinnamon coating2 tablespoons granulated sugar 1 teaspoon Club House Ground Cinnamon Royal icing4 cups (480 g) icing sugar 3 tablespoons meringue powder5 to 8 tablespoons water Club House Yellow food colouringClub House Red food colouringClub House Green food colouring Club House Blue food colouringPreparation1. Preheat the oven to 375°F (190°C). Line two baking trays with parchment paper. 2. Whisk together the flour, cinnamon, cream of tartar, baking soda, and table salt. Set aside. Cream the light brown sugar and butter together with an electric hand mixer on high until mixture turns pale and no large spots of butter remain, about 1 minute.3. Beat oil and egg yolk into the sugar and butter until just incorporated, about 30 seconds. Any longer and the cookies’ texture could become cakey. Add flour mixture to the sugar and butter mixture and beat on low, stopping as soon as no dry spots remain. You should be able to roll a piece of dough easily into a ball without it sticking to your hands. Adjust with 1 to 2 tablespoons of water if it seems to dry, or 1 to 2 tablespoons of flour if it’s sticking. 4. To make the cinnamon coating: Whisk the sugar and cinnamon together in a small bowl. 5. Roll 2 tablespoons of dough into a ball and toss in the cinnamon mixture. Place on a baking tray and repeat with the rest of the dough, leaving at least 2 inches of space between each cookie with no more than 6 cookies on each baking tray so they have room to spread. 6. Use the bottom of a glass or jar to flatten the balls slightly into ½-inch-thick rounds. Bake on the middle oven rack until the edges of the cookies are just starting to turn golden brown and the middles are puffy but still look a little underbaked (this is key to the cookies’ chewy texture), about 7 to 10 minutes. Rotate halfway through baking. 7. When the cookies are done, remove the tray from the oven and lift one side up about 4 inches, then let it drop. This will flatten the centre of the cookies and create a level surface for decorating. Repeat with the other side of the baking tray, and then again with the second tray. Let the cookies cool for at least 10 minutes before trying to move them; otherwise, they’ll fall apart. 9. To make the royal icing: Sift the icing sugar if clumpy and beat it with the meringue powder, and 5 tablespoons of water with electric hand beaters on low until everything is incorporated, about 1 minute. Turn beaters to high and continue beating for 1 minute more. Test the consistency of your icing by lifting a bit out with a spoon and dripping it back down into the bowl. It should take the drip 5 to 10 seconds to settle back into the icing and disappear. If it takes less time, your icing is too thin and you need to add more icing sugar. Any more time and it’s too thick, so adjust with a little water — a teaspoon at a time. 10. Transfer ¼ cup icing into a small bowl and colour it orange with red and yellow food colouring until you get the desired colour. Transfer ¼ cup icing to another small bowl and colour it dark purple with blue, red, and green food colouring, adjusting to the desired colour. Set a damp paper towel over each of the small bowls so the icing doesn’t form a crust. Dye the remaining icing yellow using 1 drop of red food colouring and enough yellow until you get the desired colour. 11. Fit a piping bag with a #10 tip and fill it with the yellow icing. Pipe a circle around the outside of a cookie, then fill the centre in. Repeat with the rest of the cookies. Fit 2 piping bags with #4 tips and fill the first bag with orange icing and the second bag with purple icing. Pipe beaks, feet, and eyes onto the cookies. 12. Let the icing dry at least 30 minutes before serving, and 6–8 hours to completely set and harden.