Snickerdoodle Muffins

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Snickerdoodle muffins are my latest obsession. A cookie in muffin form that can count as breakfast? Yes, please! I made a batch and was planning on taking the muffins to our neighbors, but they never made it out the door. Oops! The cinnamon sugar muffins melt in your mouth. They are so good right out of the oven. I couldn’t stop eating them. For step-by-step photos and the recipe, visit Tasty Kitchen. And don’t worry neighbors, I will make another batch soon. I promise to share this time!

Also, check out our Kitchen Tour on The Kitchn for a behind the scenes look at Two Peas and Their Pod. There are some fun photos and a question and answer segment. Thanks to The Kitchn for featuring us, we are honored!

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I'm Maria and my husband is Josh. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. We love sitting around the table with good food, good conversation, and good friends and family! Our kitchen is always open!
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  1. As I posted over on TK, I’d like to know info about the lovely white plate on which the muffin is displayed. (name, pattern, where to buy, etc.)

    1. I bought the plate at Pier One around Christmas time. I hope they still have them! Good luck!

  2. I’m a teacher and made the snickerdoodle muffins for conferences last night. They were a hit with both hubby and me and the parents. Thanks for the great recipe!!!!

  3. Yum, the topping on the muffins looks so delicious! Snickerdoodles are one of my favorite cookies so I know we’d love these!

  4. Snickerdoodles are one of my absolute favorite cookies and I’m a sucker for a good muffin, so these definitely hit the mark for me! I believe these will be breakfast when the hubster finally gets home! Thanks!

  5. Yum Yum! Made these last night with modifications (thanks to the lack of sour cream I thought we had) but used greek yogurt, just a 6oz one, with buttermilk and it turned out great. Also, these are super sweet in mini-muffin size (again, lack of large liners ) so the 1 cup butter spread evenly to 24. The crunchy top is best eaten after the bottom has been broken off.

  6. We just found your blog this weekend. My 12 year old daughter LOVES snickerdoodles, so she could not wait to try these. She baked a batch Saturday evening and they were delicious! Thanks for the idea.

  7. thanks for the recipe. i made this the first time last week, but it didn’t turn out so well. i think it was because i tried to roll the dough instead of scooping it out with a scooper. that was a bit disappointing and messy, but i had to try it again. i just baked them and didn’t touch the dough with my fingers and used a scooper instead and they came out perfectly. i’m not sure how you were able to bake it using just one muffin tin- mine were super puffed unlike yours. next time i’ll spread it out onto two tins instead. i’ll be making this again for our church’s easter brunch. i think it’ll be a crowd pleaser. thanks!

  8. There are just soo many versions of snickerdoodle muffins/breads – I don’t know where to begin and stop!! Haha. But these are fo’ sho’ on my list. 😉

    I did do a different (but completely DELICIOUS, buttery, rich) version; now I want to make both and compare! I’ll be sure to update and share the results (even though I’m sure that both are delicious in their own ways!)

    Here’s my version for now:

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