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Asnicker of magic (turtleback school and library binding edition) - A Snicker of Magic: Natalie Lloyd: 9780545552738: Amazon.



I’ve been a little cobbler crazy lately. I made Caramel Cobbler and Pecan Cobbler recently and had to send them away so I would devour all of them by myself!  I could too. They’re just so dang good.

My plan for Thanksgiving is to put this in the oven when everyone gets here. By the time we finish dinner, this Snickerdoodle Cobbler will be ready and I’ll serve it hot with good vanilla ice cream. How does that sound?

If you enjoy the flavor in Snickerdoodle cookies, you’ll love this cobbler. It has the same wonderful, warm cinnamon notes.

I’ve been a little cobbler crazy lately. I made Caramel Cobbler and Pecan Cobbler recently and had to send them away so I would devour all of them by myself!  I could too. They’re just so dang good.

My plan for Thanksgiving is to put this in the oven when everyone gets here. By the time we finish dinner, this Snickerdoodle Cobbler will be ready and I’ll serve it hot with good vanilla ice cream. How does that sound?

If you enjoy the flavor in Snickerdoodle cookies, you’ll love this cobbler. It has the same wonderful, warm cinnamon notes.

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Hi Monique…..I'm new to Ambitious Kitchen, but really am loving all your posts! I noted that you mention chai tea latte several times. I love the chai at the Indian restaurant, but have been greatly disappointed in all, yes all, the bagged chai teabags. I have even gone to the Indian market and purchased tea masala, boiled it with darjeeling and milk, and it still is not the same. Do you have a recipe?

Added to my weekend list! Along with your pumpkin sauce enchiladas. I laughed out loud at the man bait comment. Too funny 🙂

These look so soft and chewy. Snickerdoodles are one of my favorite cookies. Thanks for sharing this great recipe. Will be bookmarking it for later. I also have too many butternut squashes on my counter.

Midnight Gulch, Tennessee, used to be a magical town where people caught stars in jars, called up thunderstorms with songs and even turned invisible at will. But ever since a pair of musical brothers dueled and then went their separate ways, a curse has lingered over the townsfolk, leaving them with only a tiny snicker of their previous power.

When the Pickle family arrives back in town after many years of wandering, Felicity Juniper Pickle expects their visit to be short and lonely, just like all their other road stops. But soon Felicity—who can see words flicker and zoom and dance through the air—makes an especially “spindiddly” friend, learns about her family’s history in Midnight Gulch and decides she wants to make such a “splendiferous” place her permanent home. Felicity aims to break the curse and end the town’s sadness, but first she has to overcome her fear of sharing her words in public.

Debut author Natalie Lloyd populates Midnight Gulch with vibrant people and places, including a woman who carries her family’s burdens in a traveling bag, a mysterious “Beedle” who delivers gifts and good cheer, and an ice cream factory whose signature flavor calls up both the sweetest and most bitter of memories. A wheelchair-bound boy is refreshingly characterized by his interests rather than his disability, and second chances abound for many who thought themselves long lost.

I’ve been a little cobbler crazy lately. I made Caramel Cobbler and Pecan Cobbler recently and had to send them away so I would devour all of them by myself!  I could too. They’re just so dang good.

My plan for Thanksgiving is to put this in the oven when everyone gets here. By the time we finish dinner, this Snickerdoodle Cobbler will be ready and I’ll serve it hot with good vanilla ice cream. How does that sound?

If you enjoy the flavor in Snickerdoodle cookies, you’ll love this cobbler. It has the same wonderful, warm cinnamon notes.

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I’ve been a little cobbler crazy lately. I made Caramel Cobbler and Pecan Cobbler recently and had to send them away so I would devour all of them by myself!  I could too. They’re just so dang good.

My plan for Thanksgiving is to put this in the oven when everyone gets here. By the time we finish dinner, this Snickerdoodle Cobbler will be ready and I’ll serve it hot with good vanilla ice cream. How does that sound?

If you enjoy the flavor in Snickerdoodle cookies, you’ll love this cobbler. It has the same wonderful, warm cinnamon notes.

Want to exclude ingredients from your search or search by main ingredient, cuisine, and more?
Try our Advanced Search .

Hi Monique…..I'm new to Ambitious Kitchen, but really am loving all your posts! I noted that you mention chai tea latte several times. I love the chai at the Indian restaurant, but have been greatly disappointed in all, yes all, the bagged chai teabags. I have even gone to the Indian market and purchased tea masala, boiled it with darjeeling and milk, and it still is not the same. Do you have a recipe?

Added to my weekend list! Along with your pumpkin sauce enchiladas. I laughed out loud at the man bait comment. Too funny 🙂

These look so soft and chewy. Snickerdoodles are one of my favorite cookies. Thanks for sharing this great recipe. Will be bookmarking it for later. I also have too many butternut squashes on my counter.


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