Sharing Our Pinterest – Caramel Crescent Snickerdoodles

Jan 8th

Caramel Crescent Snickerdoodles

Sharing Our Pinterest – Caramel Crescent Snickerdoodles!

-By Stacy

This Weeks’ Pinterest Project is these Caramel Crescent Snickerdoodles.

The Pinspiration

Through Pinterest, I found this recipe on a great site called OhBiteIt.  I actually made these for my children’s teachers for Teachers Appreciation Week to go along with the Apple Clay Jar that we showed you about last week.

The Pinstructions

The Pinspiration Site provides excellent step-by-step instructions on how to make these Caramel Crescent Snickerdoodles.


The Pinteresting Results


The Pin-ometer Ratings

Ok, so on a scale of 1-10: 1 being not difficult at all and completed in no time & 10 being impossible for the average person to re-create so you are better off paying for someone else to do this for you……I

give this a …drum roll…………………………………click on more to see 😉


It gets a 3 on the Pin-ometer Scale!!

It gets a 3 because it is really super easy to make and they taste amazing!! The  downside to this great recipe is that the ingredients were a bit difficult to find.  My Walmart did not carry the Pillsbury Crescent Seamless Sheets nor did they have the caramel candies.  I was able to find these at Kroger but were unfortunately a little more expensive than I probably could have gotten them at Walmart.  🙁 So boo to that, but they were amazing.  All 3 teachers that received them asked for the recipe and told me how amazing they were.  Also since these do have caramel in them they do need to be served warm or they will be pretty hard.

Thinking about trying out this great Caramel Crescent Snickerdoodles?  Please feel free to share your experience with us when you do!

See something on Pinterest that you would like us to try out for you?   Be it recipes, crafts, decorations, we  will try all reasonable requests!  Or maybe you want to try or have tried something that you want to share with us- we welcome it also.

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