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A soft cookie that is made with flour, butter, sugar, and eggs and is rolled in a mixture of cinnamon and sugar before baking.

[Probably alteration of German Schneckennudel, cinnamon roll : Schnecke, snail (in reference to its coiled strips of dough) (from Middle High German snecke, snegge, from Old High German sneggo, sleggo; akin to Old English snægl, snail) + Nudel, noodle; see noodle1.]
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The bride's elegant four-tiered cake featured almond, key lime, and snicker doodle flavors.
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A fine Thursday in June, Main Street buzzing, O'Hanlon, a box of snicker doodles under his arm, Fleager in his wake, walked a gauntlet of encouragement from shoppers and strollers, loiterers and merchants.
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