Most Delicious Snickerdoodle Sandwich Recipe

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This is the easiest and most delicious snickerdoodle cookie sandwich recipe that will elevate your dessert game and make amazing birthday treats.

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It’s no surprise that snickerdoodle cookies are some of the most well-loved and comforting cookies in America, but what happens when you put two of them together for a snickerdoodle sandwich recipe?

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Genius happens, that’s what.

A snickerdoodle cookie sandwich in this recipe is one made with icing, but you can also do a snickerdoodle ice cream sandwich by just replacing the frosting with a scoop of vanilla icing.

I love snickerdoodle sandwiches with frosting because they can be easily wrapped up and transported or saved for a couple of days, which means you can prepare them for a special occasion.

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You can make them more interesting with some sprinkles or color the icing or use decorated snickerdoodle cookies, but I prefer to just have buttercream goodness sandwiched in between two plain snickerdoodles.

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How to Store Snickerdoodle Sandwiches

Snickerdoodle sandwiches, with the buttercream frosting, can be stored at room temperature for up to a week, but you really want to make sure they’re in air tight containers or wrapped up in saran wrap so they don’t go hard.

You can also refrigerate Snickerdoodle sandwiches.

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Can You Freeze Snickerdoodle Sandwiches?

Yes, you can freeze snickerdoodle sandwiches, though they taste best fresh.

If you do freeze them, wrap them individually in saran wrap and then freeze for up to 3 months.

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What Types of Icing Can You Use in Snickerdoodle Sandwiches?

You can use any type of icing you want in a snickerdoodle sandwich, though I prefer buttercream because of how well it sticks to the cookies and binds them together.

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You wouldn’t want to use a glaze icing on these as it will just drip off, but you could use a fluffier icing than buttercream if you wanted a bit more voume in the icing.

For Christmas and other holidays, you could also dye the icing based on the time of year for festive frosting sandwiches.

How to Make Snickerdoodle Sandwiches

  1. Prepare a batch of my classic Snickerdoodle cookies.
  2. Let them completely cool or the icing will melt!
  3. Prepare a batch of my favorite buttercream icing.
  4. Match the Snickerdoodle cookies up so they are in pairs and you have paired similar sized cookies together.
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If you want a more polished look, put your buttercream frosting in a piping bag (these ones are awesome) or just a ziploc bag that you’ve cut the corner off of.

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Turn the Snickerdoodle cookies so that the bottom is face up, and either pipe the icing in a circle onto one side of the cookie or spoon it onto the cookie if you don’t mind a messier look.

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Place the other Snickerdoodle cookie on to complete the sandwich.

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Yield: 9 sandwiches

Snickerdoodle Sandwich

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These snickerdoodle sandwiches are incredibly delicious with a sweet buttercream frosting and tangy cinnamon flavor. Make them for birthday parties, special treats, or just a random day!

Prep Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour

Ingredients

  • 18 Snickerdoodle cookies
  • a Batch of Buttercream frosting

Instructions

  1. Prepare a batch of my classic Snickerdoodle cookies. Let them completely cool or the icing will melt!
  2. Prepare a batch of my favorite buttercream icing.
  3. Match the Snickerdoodle cookies up so they are in pairs and you have paired similar sized cookies together.
  4. If you want a more polished look, put your buttercream frosting in a piping bag or just a ziploc bag that you've cut the corner off of.
  5. Turn the Snickerdoodle cookies so that the bottom is face up, and either pipe the icing in a circle onto one side of the cookie or spoon it onto the cookie if you don't mind a messier look.
  6. Place the other Snickerdoodle cookie on top to complete the look.

Notes

You don't need to use a piping bag if you are okay with messier looking cookie sandwiches - just dollop the buttercream frosting on with a spoon!

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