Coconut Snickerdoodles

Coconut Snickerdoodles Recipe

This month, I will be attending Mixed, my very first food blogging conference. I am beyond excited, but I’m also a bit nervous as well. I’m ready to learn all I can, have fun and am really looking forward to getting to know other food bloggers that I’ve only known by reading their blog posts.

One of the fun events at Mixed will be a Mixed Mini Bake Off, sponsored by Dixie Crystals. Myself, and lots of other Mixed attendees, are posting favorite cookie recipes in the pre-conference “BAKE IT FORWARD” cookie contest, for a chance at being one of the finalists for the Mixed Mini Bake Off.

Coconut Snickerdoodles

One of the key elements of our cookies, is that they have to travel well in a tin. And why such a condition? Well, Dixie Crystals is offering all of us — you too — to Bake It Forward by baking cookies (or other baked items), sending them to someone, and making them smile in the process. I love this idea and I am sure that someone receiving a Bake It Forward tin full of treats won’t ever forget such a kind action…memory-making, for sure.

My submission to the Bake It Forward Cookie Contest is Coconut Snickerdoodles.

The first time I ever heard of Snickerdoodles was from a family friend. Almost weekly, she made Snickerdoodles for her family. I hadn’t heard of them, but I liked the idea of them because they were much like a sugar cookie, but with the added fun of cinnamon-sugar mixture on the outside.

David loves cinnamon, so I knew that they would be a favorite of his. But, as things might go in my head, I wondered one day if coconut would be a nice addition to Snickerdoodles. See, while David loves cinnamon, even more than that, he loves coconut.

Coconut Snickerdoodles

So I experimented and played with my ingredients and am happy to share my recipe for Coconut Snickerdoodles, which David loves and says are perfect with his coffee. 


Coconut Snickerdoodles - rolling in cinnamon sugar mixture

They are also travel well in a tin. I recommend wrapping them in plastic wrap before placing in your tin. Then, place the tin in a box that is a bit larger than the tin. Surround the tin with bubble wrap or packing peanuts in the box.

Coconut Snickerdoodles

For more information on Dixie Crystal’s Bake It Forward movement, visit the Bake It Forward Facebook page or their website at .

About the Author: brandie (551 Posts)

Brandie Valenzuela is a food blogger and writer at Home Cooking Memories. She lives in Las Vegas, NV where she enjoys cooking, baking, modern-day recipe keeping and making everyday memories with her family. She is known to have an extremely normal obsession with cupcake liners, ribbons and office supplies.


  1. I’ll be there, too, Brandie! My first blogging conference as well!!! So I’ll definitely search you out…we’ll have SO much fun!!!! PS…great cookies!

    • Yay! I’m so excited you’ll be at the Mixed Conference too! I know that there is a couple others from #SundaySupper going too, so meeting all of you has been one of the things I’m most excited for. I checked out your Cranberry Bliss Cookies too…oh my! They look so good.

  2. Have fun at the blogging conference!!! I still have not gone to one yet, some day for sure:-) My all time favorite cookie is snickerdoodle, my Grandma’s snickerdoodle to be exact:-) I love your addition of coconut, what a great mix of flavor! Hugs, Terra

    • Thanks Terra! I’ve found that most people say their favorite Snickerdoodles recipe came from their grandma or mom. I didn’t even know they existed until I was an adult! But enjoying them now and making Snickerdoodle memories with my kids now. Thank you for your kind words!

  3. LOVE snickerdoodles! well, anything with cinnamon.


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