You gotta love the guy who named the Snickerdoodle. Whether the word really is a corruption of the German Schneckennudeln (meaning “snail noodles”), as Wikipedia suggests, or just a fanciful bit of nonsense courtesy of silly New English (as it also suggests), the name “snickerdoodle” just sounds fun. It’s like what a troublesome schoolboy does when he’s pretending he didn’t do it.
Carl’s Jr. is currently testing a new Snickerdoodle Ice Cream sandwich as the latest edition to its Pop-Tart, Oreo and chocolate chip cookie ice cream sandwich line. The guys at Brand Eating spotted this poster at a Southern California location, promoting the new cinnamon-sugary confection for $1.49.