Snickerdolls are a classic, and they’re a big part of Irish culture.
There are plenty of recipes, and you can find lots of variations, so this recipe from The Irish Telegraph has all the basics.
We like to serve it with mashed potatoes, a few puddings and a splash of milk, but you can also go the extra mile by adding a little chocolate, and adding some sugar if you like.
A couple of tablespoons of butter are used to get the dough to rise, then a doughnut shell is cut out.
It is then baked at 200C for about an hour.
It tastes very light and chewy, and the crust is very soft and fluffy, so you can make them for as little as 20p a dozen.
This recipe makes four snickerdogs, so if you have a friend you’d like to share with, let us know!
source The Independent title How to make the perfect Snickerdog recipe article The best part about snickerdog dough is the filling.
A little butter is added, and then a whole heap of butter is melted on top.
A bit of sugar is then added, then the doughnuts are baked until golden and crispy.
A dash of cinnamon and sugar make this an even better treat, and we think you’ll love them too.
Make it as a snack or a treat, but we’ve got some recipes to help you out.
SnickerDoodles are traditionally served with a little sweet potato, but it is easy to make this snicker with no extra effort.
For a lighter option, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite Irish desserts from the UK.
This Irish SnickerDog Recipe uses two eggs and one packet of vanilla cream.
The eggs are whisked in and then the mixture is mixed with sugar and milk.
You can use either a soft or firm egg, but soft is the way to go.
You’ll also need a few strands of stringy yarn for making the snickers, so grab a bunch and stick them around your house.
Recipe adapted from The Independent, adapted from Alistair Smith’s recipe.