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Monday, November 07, 2011

Oh boy.

Is it really November 7th!
Halloween came and went. (That seems like that was a month ago.)
A little girl turned 14. (I can't believe it. Stop the insanity.)

And these snicker-doodle brownies became a new favorite. (Thanks to my friend, Amy, for sharing the recipe.)
You should really go and get your 2 sticks of butter out of the refrigerator to soften. Now. (You will only need 3/4 cup.)
You won't be sorry.
Only sorry you will have to make them again. And again.
We couldn't even wait for them to cool before we iced.
Snicker-doodle Brownies:
2 1/3 cups flour :: 1 1/4 tsp baking powder :: 1/2 tsp salt :: 3/4 cup butter, softened :: 1/ 1/4 cups granulated sugar :: 1/2 cup packed brown sugar :: 3 eggs :: 1 tsp vanilla
Cinnamon Mixer:
1 Tablespoon sugar :: 1 Tablespoon cinnamon
Icing:
1 cup powdered sugar :: 2 Tablespoons milk :: 1/4 tsp vanilla

Preheat oven to 350˚. Butter bottom of a 9 x 13 baking pan. Mix together butter and sugars until blended. Add eggs, one at a time. Add vanilla. Mix in the dry ingredients.
Spoon half of the batter into the pan and spread evenly. Sprinkle cinnamon mixer on top. Using the remaining batter, place teaspoon sized dollops on top of the cinnamon mixture covering all the pan. Bake for 25 minutes. Remove from oven, let cool for one hour (yeah right). Drizzle icing on top.

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37 comments

  1. I need a dessert for tomorrow. Thank you! Gonna whip that up in the afternoon!

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  2. Oh. My. Word. I can't wait. And the Mister is going to be stoked on these babies, thank you!

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  3. Oh wow...those look fantastic! I bet they taste like a cinnamon bun.
    Thanks for sharing the recipe.I believe they will be a favourite in our house too.

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  4. Those are the most delicious looking photos ever! Seriously, all that yummy food is making me hungry! Cooking is my hobby and never forget to visit and comment in cooking blog, Glad I found your blog! Visiting from The Simple Things! Newest follower!

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  5. Can't wait to make those! Happy bday to Little Miss! (I promise it gets easier this year, for some reason. Well, actually, just a different kind of hard, but one that involves less yelling on your part and eye rolling on hers. Well, that's what I found, I should say. Hope you're well, Leslie!

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  6. These look wonderful. I just might try them today!

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  7. Yum - just what I need some comfort food!

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  8. Oh my! those look yummy!
    I agree, WHERE is the time going?! Happy Birthday to Libby!

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  9. Must you always tempt me. I am making these for our homeschool park day today. I am sure they will go quickly.

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  10. YUM!! I can't WAIT to give these a whirl! OH, and it's so nice to see you here again. Once I got hooked on your blog, you disappeared for while. Soo happy you're back!

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  11. Those sure look a lot easier than the oreo truffles I'm about to try for the first time. I should have checked your archives...

    14! Oh my. I hope the balloons escaped in a beautiful way.

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  12. Oh, yum! I have to try these. Thank you to your friend Amy for sharing!

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  13. I LOVE YOU!!! AND AMY TOO!!! And, yes, I am yelling, so that you can hear me clear from the depths of my basement in MA. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!

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  14. It looks like a very different kind of dessert! I'm tempted to try it! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. and why did you do this to me???? Im going to have to make them ........
    I could reach into the laptop and taste them!

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  16. These look so delicious. If it weren't 8:00 on a school night and I didn't have papers to grade, you know I would be making these right now. DELISH!!

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  17. oh. my. goodness. do these ever look delicious!! looks like a perfect recipe for a day at home with a sick child tomorrow. sweet treat for sure. 14 happened here this year as well. wow. blessings to you all.

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  18. I am still not over the fact that you stopped by today (bearing a hand knit masterpiece for me - lucky, lucky, lucky, I know) and all I want right now is one of these dang brownies!!!

    xoxox M

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  19. OMGoodness these look amazing! I can't wait to whip up a batch!

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  20. Thanks Leslie!! That looks fabulous - and I have to make some bars to take for my grandfather's wake tomorrow night - these are going on the list.

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  21. Oh I think I need to make this.......

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  22. purlicueknits11/10/2011

    Made these last night and they are great warm! Took some to work and they were a BIG hit. Thanks for sharing this recipe;)

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  23. Kathleen11/10/2011

    Thank you for the fabulous recipe! We were in a serious cookie rut.

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  24. Made this slice yesterday and it is DELICIOUS - thankyou!
    My youngest daughter doesn't like icing so she cut herself a piece while it was still warm and ate it with a large dollop of apple sauce and a scoop of vanilla icecream - YUM!

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  25. I made a batch last night for the guys game night. They loved it! Thanks for sharing. Super easy with great results!

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  26. Looks yummy! Wow 14! My oldest is turning 5, and I'm freaking out.

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  27. Anonymous11/14/2011

    My 18 year old son said "they were so good they made me cry!"

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  28. these were loved by all four of us!! connor wants them for thanksgiving!! so many thanks for sharing another awesome recipe with us!!

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  29. So don't need these - but I'm making them this week. LOOKS AMAZING!

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  30. I just made these for report card day and they were incredible! My daughter loved them! The taste like a cinnamon roll brownie. Yum! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe!

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  31. Thank you! I will be trying these soon!

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  32. oh good grief, these sound excellent.

    and the sweater, blue or no, is absolutely fetching. job well done.

    now, i need to learn cables and other complications...

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  33. The brownies sound really yummy!

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  34. I like this recipe a lot, it is one of my favourites now after i`ve tried it yesterday and it was very good, thanks for sharing and also thanks for your good explanations.

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  35. Baking these up right now. Can't wait!

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  36. We have been making these for a few months now - they are just fabulous!
    thank you for sharing.
    Nessa

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  37. I actually couldn't feel lose weight fast here this thing until I managed to get the same challenge. Very good aid.

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