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02 November 2011

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Suzonne

M, I have not substituted for corn syrup before, so I can't tell you if this is a "good" substitute, but what seems to come up the most often is Golden Syrup. I've seen it in the grocery before and I suspect it has the same thickening agent as corn syrup. I'd see if you can find that.

M

What is a good alternative to using corn syrup? (I'm allergic to corn.)

Chuck Derouen

They look absolutely delicious. Some refresh their kitchen new decorations for the change of season, I say refresh your kitchen with the smell of snickerdoodle cookies.

Saffron

Thanks for the recipe :) I like crispy on the outside and chewy in the middle, a bit like yourself.

I'm new to this blog, but Urban-Comfort, City-Country, Crunchy-Chewy...It's like you take the best of both worlds and stick them together...I like it.

Joy

The cookies look wonderful.

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