Super easy. Great snickerdoodle taste with no fuss!
Super easy. Great snickerdoodle taste with no fuss!
I followed the recipe to the letter except I didn't add the glaze. Snickerdoodles are best with only cinnamon sugar. This recipe was no exception. Of the entire pan, only two small corner pieces were left after I had friends over. I'm sure if I didn't have other food to eat, this would have been devoured! I couldn't wait to cut into this because the house was completely enveloped with the smell of brownies with cinnamon sugar. The taste did not disappoint at all. I'll be making this easy dessert again! Thank you for the great recipe!Read More
I think there is a problem with this recipe. I don't think it should call for 2 Tablespoons of cinnamon in the topping that is sprinkled on with the sugar. I knew it was too much looking at it and reread the recipe atleast a half dozen times. Pretty sure it should only be teaspoons. Came out tasting like the cinnamon challenge...pretty disappointing! :(Read More
I followed the recipe to the letter except I didn't add the glaze. Snickerdoodles are best with only cinnamon sugar. This recipe was no exception. Of the entire pan, only two small corner pieces were left after I had friends over. I'm sure if I didn't have other food to eat, this would have been devoured! I couldn't wait to cut into this because the house was completely enveloped with the smell of brownies with cinnamon sugar. The taste did not disappoint at all. I'll be making this easy dessert again! Thank you for the great recipe!
Holy Cow!!! These are delicious! The ones I made came out chewy, soft, and moist! Tastes just like a snickerdoodle cookie! Only changes I made, (and I made them only because I didn't have the exact ingredients) I subbed light brown sugar for dark brown and I didn't do the glaze (which in my opinion doesn't need) because I didn't have heavy cream on me. I left it in the oven for 40 minutes but my oven is wonky. I love, love, love it! Definitely doing this again!!!! Great recipe!
I thought these were fantastic! They're chewy and sweet and the topping got crunchy. We will definitely make these again! I didn't make the glaze but it was awesome.
I have never reviewed a recipe on this site, but I had to review these blondies. I am a pastry chef, but rarely eat desert, not my thing. However, I could not stay out of these!! With and without the glaze. If you love cinnamon, these super simple bars are for you! Super yummy. Make them, you won't regret it, well, unless you eat the whole pan at one sitting.
My husband loves snickerdoodle cookies! I promised him a batch, but was squeezed for time. . . So I tried this recipe. It was easy to put together and delicious (I did not add the glaze). The taste is a combination of snickerdoodles and blondies (cinnamon, butter and brown sugar). Will make these again for sure!
These are yummy! I left out the ginger in the topping, because I was all out. Can't wait to have one for breakfast with a cup of coffee.
Didn't make the glaze.
So delicious! I didn't alter the recipe at all. Baked it for my daughter's soccer holiday party and it was a hit! Look forward to making it again soon. Thanks for a delicious recipe :)
I have made these bars several times and I am going to make them again tomorrow. I will tell you they are DELICIOUS you will have to make them...
I love how easy this recipe is and how easy it is to personalize. I have made it as is twice but without the icing. This time I added a little applesauce to the mix. WOW, so good.
I think there is a problem with this recipe. I don't think it should call for 2 Tablespoons of cinnamon in the topping that is sprinkled on with the sugar. I knew it was too much looking at it and reread the recipe atleast a half dozen times. Pretty sure it should only be teaspoons. Came out tasting like the cinnamon challenge...pretty disappointing! :(
I will agree, if you make the recipe as is without glaze, they are dry. However, I made the glaze and it makes such a huge difference. It adds some moisture. These are great!
Not sure what people are doing to make it come out too cakey, but the texture was PERFECT for me. Delicious. I'll definitely be experimenting with extras in the future. Thanks.
These turned out delish! I did read other reviews so I was careful with the cinnamon. For the topping I used 2 tsp and for the glaze (which my husband said they needed-I don't think it was needed. ;) ) I did half a tbsp. I only used 1/3 of the glaze-it made a lot. I definitely think it would be too much to add more. The glaze was super cinnamon-ey. A little spicy just by itself. :P I would change it to 1 tsp next time and only make half of it. They were a hit at a party we threw last night.
These are so goood and they definitely solved my craving for cinnamon too! I did not use the glaze but I did use all the sugar/cinnamon topping that it called for. Any excess I just shake off before biting into the piece. Very yummy. I will definitely make this again, and again!
These are wonderful and easy to make. I left off the glaze but otherwise followed the recipe to a T. I was a little worried about the ginger but they taste fantastic!
Made this for my own birthday and it was a hit. Love this recipe, good cinnamon flavor!
Really good! Next time I think I will only do 1 table spoon of cinnamon to the topping.
My boys love snickerdoodles, but I have never been a fan of making the dough balls and rolling them in cinnamon and sugar. I needed a faster way to get that great cinnamon and butter combination. These bars are my answer! They are rich and buttery, and the ginger in the topping adds a nice kick to the spice. Everyone loves them!
Instead of granulated sugar for the topping I used Demerara sugar and only 1Tbsp cinnamon
Was good-a little much on the cinnamon topping-I would only use 3/4 of that. Otherwise, yummy!
Loved it! Great recipe! Great Blondie!
Simply one of the best blondie recipes ever. Only one caveat: I have to agree with those who say that the glaze is too cinnamony. I'd reduce the cinnamon to teaspoons instead of tablespoons. In any case, simple to make and really delicious too eat!
The first time, made it without the glaze - the second, with it. The family loved both versions, since we're all cinnamon addicts. I preferred the first, with glaze it was a bit too sweet for my preference. But all in all, a lovely, quick and easy to make dessert.
Too sweet for us. Made as printed except with whole grain flour instead of white.
Theses are delicious! They taste like a cinnamon roll. I will definitely make these again.
These are my husband's favorite, he requests them almost every time I mention baking! I use a little less than a cup of oil instead of the butter since I can't do dairy, and once when I didn't have enough brown sugar I used half white and they still turned out great. They're easy to do, even mixing by hand, and so nice and chewy.
Love these bars! Rarely use the glaze, just use the cinnamon sugar on top. I do reduce the amount of flour to 2 cups, and bake it a bit longer... 30-35 minutes. it creates a chewier blondie.
To much cinnamon for our taste. good blonde backing.
These were delicious, and very easy to make. I only used 1 tablespoon of cinnamon and I left off the icing. I will make them again.
No changes... next time I’m thinking of swirling the topping !
So good we made it twice in one day! Easy and good with glaze.
Made these as the recipe instructed and they came out so nice, didn't do the glaze either and they are still awesome!
I first made this recipe for my family, then another batch for coworkers. Everyone loved them (including me)! I added nutmeg instead of ginger to the topping, and for the batch I took to work I put cinnamon on half and peanut butter chips on the other half. M&Ms would be great too. Definitely a keeper since they're so buttery and soft
I followed the recipe, but used a 13x9 glass baking dish. The edges of mine got really tough, so either the baking time was too long for my oven or maybe the glass dish had that effect. The initial taste was good, but they tasted better and softened up after a couple days!
Add some chocolate chips to half of the pan. Some of them don't like chocolate. My family loved it. It was so quick and easy and delicious.
Made these with the drizzle and they came out great. Ill definitely be making these again.
My family LOVES this recipe. It's not only easy but delicious. The taste profile is similar to a large sugar cookie but it's a great alternative to regular chocolate brownies. I personally left off the ground ginger as my family are not big fans of the taste of ginger. So, that's entirely your call! But this will be in our regular baking rotation!
Delicious! It has a very strong cinnamon flavor, even for a snickerdoodle. I love it, but it could be a bit strong for some.
My family loved these! I didn't quite have enough brown sugar, so I just added regular sugar to balance what I was missing and it was still wonderful. So much easier than making snickerdoodle cookies and tastes just like it. Crunchy on the outsides and gooey goodness in the middle.
These did not turn out well. I followed the recipe exactly but they were dry, dense, and too sweet.
So tasty. Soft with firm edges. just the way I like it. Wasn't super sweet, but enough sweetness. Make sure to mix the batter well after adding the flour, baking powder & salt mixture. I baked it for 27 minutes & it came out perfect.
These are delicious! I have tried several snickerdoodle bar recipes and the search is over! They are chewy and delicious, not too sweet. I did not have heavy cream so just used milk for the glaze. These also cut up so nicely too, not crumbly like brownies. The only tricky part was spreading in the pan bc the batter is thick (I though I had done something wrong). I use parchment paper instead of greasing the pan which made it difficult bc the paper kept lifting.
I don't know what happened:( My batter was so dry and cookie like. I followed everything to the T but still had a dry brownie. Was the 2 2/3 cups of flour much?
Delicious. Like others, I did not use the glaze. And I only used 1 tablespoon of cinnamon for the cinnamon-sugar topping.
I made it exactly by the recipe using the full amount of time and it's soggy in the middle even without adding the creamy glaze. I tasted an edge which seemed to be cooked more and I think the flavor is too cinnamony