Friendship And Snickerdoodle Bars

Won't you sit down at my table, sweet friends,
and enjoy a cup of hot coffee with a Snickerdoodle treat :)
The Snickerdoodle Bars recipe is at the end of the post.
They are OH SO good!

The joy of friendship is a treasure we ought to cherish. . .

We ought to nurture it and treat it with tender-loving care.

Friendship is not something we should take for granted,
but rather hold on to with gratitude and love.

Friendship is sweet to the soul
and good for the heart.

So sit with me for a while, dear one, and we shall enjoy the delights of friendship,
and we shall revel in the wonder and beauty of becoming kindred-spirits.

Blessings and love to you on this beautiful day!


 The lovely mug was a gift from my dear friend, Sylvia, who blogs at
Sylvia was one of my first followers almost two years ago when I started blogging
and we have become good friends ever since :)

Snickerdoodle Bars

2 1/3 cups all-purpose flour
1 1/4 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup butter or margarine, softened
1 1/4 cups granulated sugar
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
3 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla

Cinnamon Filling

1 tablespoon granulated sugar
1 tablespoon cinnamon


1 cup confectioners' sugar
1 - 2 tablespoons milk
1/4 teaspoon vanilla

Heat oven to 350 degrees F.
Grease bottom only of a 13x9-inch baking pan with cooking spray.
In a small bowl, combine flour, baking powder, and salt; set aside.

In a large bowl, beat butter with mixer until creamy.
Beat in sugars.
Gradually beat in eggs and vanilla into sugar mixture until combined.
On low speed, beat in dry ingredients until combined.

Spread half the batter into pan; spread evenly (it's very sticky)
Sprinkle cinnamon-sugar mixture evenly over batter.

Dollop teaspoon size amounts of remaining batter evenly over cinnamon-sugar mixture.

Bake 20 to 30 minutes or until golden brown
and toothpick inserted in center comes out clean.
Cool completely - about an hour.

In a small bowl, stir glaze ingredients until smooth
and drizzle  over bars.




Teri said...

Dear Stephanie ... friendship is such a precious blessing! Oh my, the Snickerdoodle Bars look so delicious! Thank you for your sweet friendship! Hugs ♥ Teri

Julie's Lifestyle said...

Hi Stephanie and good morning. Friendship is the best and I love the friends I have made through blogging like you! Thanks for sharing this cookie recipe. I will pin and save. Have a wonderful day and rest of the week!

Debbie Harris said...

" Hand in hand we walk together, heart to heart friends forever" friends are special gifts sent from God, may we cherish those gifts.
This was a beautiful post Stephanie.
I need to pin that recipe and make them for your father, he would love them. :-)
Sweet blessings to you!

Anonymous said...

Hi Stephanie, Such a beautiful and heartwarming post. So very thankful for your friendship through blogging. I adore butterflies, and the sweet mug from Sylvia that you received is just perfect! Thank you for the recipe. God bless your day.

Wanda said...

Good Morning Stephanie ~ If I didn't have to take my car in for service this morning, I'd sit at your table, sip your tea, and have a Snickerdoodle.

I'm smiling over the "glaze" as Betsy (blog friend) has deemed me "Queen of Drizzle" I put it on everything I bake....

Thanks for a tender post on friendship...so glad we are now.

Linda said...

Yummmmmmm...snickerdoodle bars...mouth watering, yummy goodness. Thanks for sharing..love the friendship quotes. I am on a hunt for the perfect mug (smiles). Blessings

camp and cottage living said...

Oh those bars look yummy!
Your photos look like they belong in a magazine, Stephanie.
And how sweet to have your gift to enjoy your tea in every day.

A Joyful Chaos said...

Those bars look delicious! My daughter wants an elegant tea party for her birthday, these bars look as if they would work as one of the treats. Thanks for sharing the recipe.


Anonymous said...

Hello dear Stephanie,

Yum, I a so delighted to spend this little time visiting with you.

I love Ralph Waldo Emerson's quote...so true.


Debby Ray said...

Stephanie, if you only knew how much I would love to live close enough to do just that! You are the sweetest thing in Blogland! My mom used to make Snickerdoodles...and these bars look amazing! Thank you for sharing your sweet heart AND your yummy recipe!

sweetbriardreams said...

A lovely post, and if I lived closer I would be joining you at your table for a good natter! After the Easter indulgence I am now on a strict diet so I would just have to look at the Snickerdoodles!! Have a wonderful weekend (when it gets here) xx

Jazzmin said...

Oh, what a refreshment to my soul this was. It has been a difficult week for me and this is such a delight. More than that, your friendship is a delight and an immense blessing. Thank you, dear friend ♥
And what delectable looking bars- how delicious. I am craving these now.
I hope you are having a wonderful week, Stephanie! I'm sorry I have not been visiting your blog as often lately- I can't wait until school wraps up so I am less buried in papers :)

Hugs and love,

Sola Scriptura said...

What a sweet post. The mug pictured is adorable and the bars look delicious! Thanks for the recipe and most of all for your friendship!

Anne Payne said...

You are a GREAT friend! Those bars look delicious. I'm printing out the recipe to try later. {{hugs}}

Melanie said...

Yes friendships should be cherished! I am so grateful for each of my friends! Those special blogging friends are just as important to me as the friends that I see regularly! Glad to count you as one of them Stephanie!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

How sweet...both your friend and those bars! I've sure made some amazing friends through blogging. I can't wait to visit their blogs each day to see what's new! Enjoy your afternoon sweet lady! Hugs, Diane

Billie Jo said...

My sweet friend...
I count you among the many blessings and friendships I have made here in Bloggyland.
And those Bars? Amazing!
Printing the recipe now...
Have a cozy weekend, my friend!!!!

Karen @ Beatrice Euphemie said...

Hello, Dear Stephanie, yes, friendship is one of life's beautiful blessings! Such a sweet post today, and thank you for the sweet recipe, too. Hope your week's end is full of blessings. Hugs xo Karen

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Very sweet! Pinned the recipe and the poems! Thank you for extending your friendship to us all!

Gail Dixon said...

I should not have clicked on this post until after my dinner. Uh oh. Looks so delicious!! No chocolate, no raisins...my kinda dessert. :)

Thank you for your blogging friendship. I hope you have a blessed weekend!

Sylvia said...

Oh how sweet are friends like you, a true blessing from God.I cherish your friendship. I'm so glad that I "took" the time to catch up on reading blogs tonight. It has been a long week but all is going well so far,Praise God! I would love to sit and sip tea and have a snickerdoole with you and catch up on things. I'm so glad to see you enjoying the mug.
Hugs, Sylvia

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I'm so happy to call you my friend, my lovely Stephanie. Your friendship warms my heart and soul.
The snickerdoodle bars look sooo good! I will be making them soon. They would perfect for a tea time treat and much easier than making cookies. I need to make a dessert for a funeral this Saturday and these would be welcomed, I'm sure. xo

NanaDiana said...

You are so right about friendship. Where would we be without friends? Some friends know us better than family.

GREAT recipe- I am copying it to my files. I have never made Snickerdoodle anything before! xo Diana

Deborah Montgomery said...

Such a lovely post, and reflections about friendship. I make snickerdoodles, but this looks a notch up! thanks for the recipe; they look delicious!

Denise said...

The snicker doodle bars sound heavenly. Your friendship is an extra sweet treat, love you.

lynn said...

Your butterfly cup is very pretty. I have a best friend name Susan whom I love very much. She is a very sweet friend to me and wouldn't know what I would do without her. Thank you for such a nice post today. Hugs, Lynn

Billie Jo said...

Hi Stephanie...
Guess what we had tonight with our tea?!?!
Your snickerdoodle bars are amazing!!!!
Thanks for sharing!

Seawashed said...

Good thoughts/words to ponder...and the cookie bars sound wonderful. I will try the recipe. Thank you kindly.

Esther Asbury said...

The snicker-doodle bars look wonderful, and I know just the person I want to share them with!

Danni@SiloHillFarm said...

What a fun colorful mug and a great recipe! Snickerdoodles are Sams favorite cookie, so I think he'll love the bars!

living from glory to glory said...

Good Morning!!
Pinned these quotes...
You are my friend and I am thinking of you this morning. I believe it was over this exact cookie recipe we had our first correspondence!
Can I use the first quote on my Blog post? Time for my devotionals now before the day gets away.
Blessings, Roxy

Unknown said...

Those look delicious, and I may have to add whipping up a batch to my day's to-do list! Hope you are well!

SarahGeorge said...

Yes, A friend loves at all times!! :) A very sweet post from you as always and your special treat looks so yummy :)

Camille said...

Mmmm....coffee? Did you mention coffee?? :) Your yummy looking bars would go very well with a cup of coffee...I am sure of it. Happy weekend to you! Blessings, Camille

donna said...

What a sweet post. Thank you so much for sharing your snicker doodle bars my hubby will love these.

Libby said...

Great post! That snickerdoodle bar looks amazing, and the mug is absolutely perfect. It's so pretty and of course I love the sentiments on it. :-)

Mindy said...

These bars look like the perfect treat to share with a couple of my "real-life" friends who I will be getting together with soon. Friendship is a blessing indeed and I am thankful for my blog friends like you too!

Weekend-Windup said...

Very nice quotes. Enjoyed reading it. Loved your cup!

Ceil said...

Hi Stephanie! What a great mug, and I think I could use it on mornings when I'm a bit of a 'slow starter.' That would be almost every day!
So happy to be blog-friends with you. Enjoy your coffee break :)

Delvalina said...

Oh Sister! I love love the mug!! - anyway I have missed you I tried to talk with you but it didnt work but I'm glad that I can talk with your sweet mom.

These are beautiful words about friendship and also I enjoy you sharing the recipe.

Hopefully talk to you soon.

Robyn said...

Hi Stephanie,
Your composition of beautiful words, images and reminders of the importance of friendship actually brought tears to my eyes this morning.
I can't tell you how many times I am moved when I visit you and I thank you for that, my friend.
How lucky I am to know you! Enjoy your Sunday. Hugs!

Robyn said...

PS...I'll come cook for you if you make the snickerdoodles and promise to take pics for me, lol.

Valerie said...

I have just found your blog~I'm so glad I did. What a lovely, lovely place! =) I am an instant follower. That recipe sounds delicious too. Will have to give it a try. Blessings, Valerie

Conniecrafter said...

It is so neat how the internet can bring you so many more friendships that you never would have had without it, such a sweet cup she sent and the recipe looks great!

living from glory to glory said...

Hello, I want to thank you for joining this 1st Link Up! I had a few glitches and was late getting it up myself, so just for the record...
You will never be late to one of my parties or post, no matter what time you arrive.
Friends, because He has supplied!
XO Roxy

Kelli said...

Hello, I am here from Billie Jo's blog. I am looking forward to making these wonderful looking bars this weekend,
You have a beautiful blog and I look forward to visiting again soon.

Vee said...

Found it! Thanks to Kitty for mentioning it.

Patsy said...

Thanks, we will like these bars . I have just always made the cookies.

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