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Thursday
Sep242009

Drunken Cookies: The Hot Cookie Presents the Jagerdoodle

Jägerdoodles
CakeSpy Note: This is a guest blog post from Sarah of The Hot Cookie. Looking for a creative new cookie idea? Look no further:

What in the devil is a Jägerdoodle?

Well dear, when a Snickerdoodle and a shot of Jagermeister fall in love...umm...uh, I'll tell you when you're older.

Now, this is not necessarily an easy sell of a cookie. When I told my mom that I made a Jäger-y cookie, she asked me twice if I really put Jäger in the cookies. The answer was yes both times. Hence the name, ma. (Don't hate me for teasing you. Remember, you love me very much.)

Here the doodles are all dressed up in sugar and anise. Yes, anise. It enhances the Jageriness. Brace yourselves...bold flavor straight ahead. These spicy morsels can trick the eye, but definitely not the nose. You can smell that licorice-y goodness a mile away. It was torture for cookie-taster Karli, who is no fan of black licorice. What Jägermeister blasphemy!

Want to make your own Drunken Snickerdoodles or Jägerdoodles? Here is a basic field guide:

  • Prepare your favorite Snickerdoodle dough, using Jägermeister in place of the vanilla extract and anise in place of cinnamon. 
  • Eat them heartily with a tall glass of Jager...I mean milk...with a chaser of Jager...or...nevermind. 
  • You can also experiment with your favorite liquors and make an assortment of Drunken Snickerdoodles! Sounds like a party to me!

Sarah Richcreek and Karli Kujawa are the co-owners of The Hot Cookie. The two bake tiny, all-natural artisan cookies by hand for the good of humanity in Indianapolis, Indiana. You can keep updated on their goings-on via their blog, or (better yet!) buy their cookies online here.

 

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Reader Comments (13)

I've lost more than a few brain cells thanks to Jager...Although they look harmless enough, I think I'll pass.

Oooh, that DOES sound like fun! I'm not a fan of Jager myself (i know, i know), but I have friends that love it, so I might be a good friend and make a batch for them :D

September 24 | Unregistered CommenterAnna

This is a very interesting twist to one of my favorite cookies. Its always fun to experiment...right?

And its always fun to meet another Pacific Northwest blogger. I really enjoyed my visit.

September 24 | Unregistered CommenterCathy

What an awesome idea! I'm a big snickerdoodle fan and have been known to have a shot of Jager from time to time :) I bet this is very good!

Sues

September 24 | Unregistered CommenterWe Are Not Martha

I am excited about these! I bet they are great! I just made Springerles... which have anise in them also. Check 'em out!
http://thebakerbee.wordpress.com/2009/09/23/springerles/

September 24 | Unregistered CommenterCasey

Ha! Love the picture.

September 24 | Unregistered CommenterjustJENN

I'm so pleased that you liked my blog! We're very honored to be a guest at CakeSpy. Thanks again!!!

September 24 | Unregistered CommenterThe Hot Cookie

Do they make frat more more aggressive like shots of Jager do? Ha! They actually sound really good!

September 24 | Unregistered Commenterjamieofalltrades

Interesting using the Jagger.

September 25 | Unregistered CommenterPeabody

Hmmmm....now I'm tempted to try to incorporate other kinds of booze into food.
(Besides Jager. Can't stomach it.) BUT......imagine the possibilities of other hooch!

September 26 | Unregistered CommenterErin

Man, I tried making a snicker doodle the other night, but I wasn't impressed. Maybe a drunken one would have worked better.

September 26 | Unregistered Commenterkickpleat

I had some of these today, they were delicious! Might have to try making them at home

October 3 | Unregistered CommenterRLM

Wow, I've had so many bad experiences with Jagger that it was even difficult for me to read though this. Haha. I think I'm going to have to pass on these cookies :(

October 6 | Unregistered CommenterDeanna
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