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Old Fashion Snickerdoodle Cookies are easy to make and excellent.  They are filled with creamy Dove white chocolate.  They are soft and comforting!



These Old Fashioned Snickerdoodles are great all by themselves, but I decided to stuff these Snickerdoodles with a Dove White Chocolate.  The white chocolate kicked these simple old-fashioned cookies up.

Stuff These Old Fashioned Snickerdoodles with Dove White Chocolate

To stuff these cookies, I wrapped one tablespoon of cookie dough around a Dove White Chocolate.

Use Your Ice Cream Scoop For Perfect Cookies

I used my one tablespoon ice cream scoop to get an equal amount of dough for each cookie. You can also roll them by hand into the size of a walnut.  Because these cookies are easy and delicious, they are a great cookie recipe to pass down from generation to generation.  These Old Fashioned Snickerdoodles are quick and easy to bake with your kids or grandchildren.  They are soft, creamy, crunchy and have a delicious surprise in the middle.  If you like old-fashioned Snickerdoodles, you will love these Old Fashioned Snickerdoodles stuffed with white chocolate.

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Cream the shortening, butter, and sugar.  Add the egg.  Next, add the flour and the rest of the dry ingredients.
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Old Fashion Snickerdoodles are easy to make and excellent.  These Old Fashioned Snickerdoodles are filled with Dove white chocolate.  They are soft and comforting!
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time12 mins
Cuisine: dessert
Keyword: best dessert, cookie, cookies, stuffed cookies
Calories: 1337kcal


  • 1/4 cup butter room temperature
  • 1/4 cup shortening
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon cream of tartar
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1-1/4 cup & 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • 3 tablespoons sugar mixed with 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  • 1 bag of Dove White Chocolates


  • Preheat oven 350 degrees
  • With an electric mixer, cream together the butter, shortening, and sugar.
  • Add the egg and beat until creamy.
  • Add the baking soda, salt, cream of tartar, and flour.
  • Mix until blended.
  • Shape the dough into small one tablespoons size balls or 1 inch balls. I use a one tablespoon size ice cream scoop.
  • Place one Dove White Chocolate in the center of each cookie. Surround the chocolate with cookie dough.
  • Mix the cinnamon and sugar in a separate small bowl.
  • Roll the cookie dough ball in the cinnamon-sugar mixture.
  • Place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
  • Bake for 12 minutes and remove from baking sheet. These cookies firm up as they cool.
  • Makes 24 – 1 tablespoon size cookies.


Calories: 1337kcal | Carbohydrates: 206g | Protein: 13g | Fat: 57g | Saturated Fat: 15g | Cholesterol: 164mg | Sodium: 1201mg | Potassium: 898mg | Fiber: 17g | Sugar: 152g | Vitamin A: 308IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 265mg | Iron: 5mg

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Freezing cookie dough

Baking Cookie Tips

  • Use butter and eggs at room temperature.  You should be able to leave a finger print easily in the butter.
  • Whip the butter, shortening, and sugars until light and fluffy.
  • Do not over mix the flour!
  • Mix in the dry ingredients just until you do not any powder and everything is incorporated.
  • Use parchment paper – I love parchment paper when baking.  Once you remove the cookies from the oven, just slide the parchment paper off the baking sheet.  This will allow them to cool.
  • Use an ice cream scoop when scooping out your cookies.  This way they will all be the same size and will bake evenly.
  • Freezing Cookie Dough – Scoop them onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.  You can put the cookies closer together on the baking sheet when freezing them than when you are baking them.  If you scoop the cookie dough out first and then freeze it, you do not have a problem with the dough being as hard as a rock and you cannot scoop it out of a container.  After scooping out the cookie dough, place the baking pan in the freezer until they are frozen.  Place frozen cookies into large freezer zip lock bags and store in the freezer.  When frozen, they do not spread out as much.
  • Do not overcook your cookies.  Once you remove the cookies from the oven, they will continue to bake.

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  1. Diane, I saw this post in my Facebook news feed today and had to come take a look! They look delicious with the white chocolate inside. I would love to have you share this on Snickerdoodle Sunday. I know it’s an older post, but I would love to make this be a special feature on next week’s party.

    • Beverly,

      I just stopped by again and linked up my Snickerdoodles stuffed with white chocolate. I have a Snickerdoodles recipe post with stuffed caramels I will have to link up sometime. Thank you for stopping by and leaving me a comment. I truly love Snickerdoodles and white chocolate together. They cookies are really delicious.
      Diane Roark

  2. These look really good Diane! I have never tried to make Snickerdoodles before, but I think I will have to start. You are today’s Dare to Share Feature of the Day!

  3. On the Old Fashioned Snickerdoodles Stuffed, how much baking powder do I use? I think that it may have been omitted in the ingredient list.

    • Racquel,

      I use 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda and the cream of tarter. I corrected the instruction where I said baking powder. I hope you enjoy these cookies. They really are delicious. We love to add the white chocolate but they are great without it. If you over bake them they will not be soft on the inside.
      Thank you so much for letting me know to correct my mistake. I truly appreciate it.
      Diane Roark

  4. Diane, You are so creative! I love your willingness to share your gifts with others. I will definitely try these. My college kids are home for Christmas break and I am loving it! Christmas blessings to you and your family!

    • Susan,

      Thank you for your encouraging words. You made my day! I am so thankful we can still keep in touch.

      I hope you also have a Wonderful Christmas season. Carly will be home Friday for a couple of weeks. I can’t wait.
      Diane Roark

    • Anna,

      You are to sweet! These cookies are really easy, simple, and taste great. Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving me a comment.

      I am planning for next year 2014 and would love to hear what kind of recipes you would like for me to post about. Crock-Pot recipes? Healthier recipes? Kid Friendly recipes? Easy Recipes? Pressure Cooker recipes? Casseroles? Skillet Dishes? Sandwiches? Or do you have another idea? Please leave me a comment and let me know.
      I would love for you to follow my blog for e-mail updates.

      Diane Roark

  5. Totally think I found a new cookie int his one to try. I love snicker doodles and white chocolate, too. Seriously never thought to put the two together, but now that you shared totally makes sense and will so indeed try when I make snicker doodles now. thanks for sharing Diane and wishing you a great day as always!! 🙂

    • Janine,

      I love these simple cookies. If I get a chance, I would put white chocolate in everything. Unfortunately, it is not good for you. Seriously, these cookies are simple and really good.

      Thank you again for stopping by this morning.
      It is hard to believe Christmas is only 6 days away. I hope you are not to stressed.

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