You love sandwiches, right? And you love dessert! Combine the two for some dessert sandwiches you're sure to love. Make recipes such as PB&C Cookie Sandwiches, Mocha Cookie Sandwiches, Hazelnut and Eggnog Cookie Sandwiches to give cookie sandwiches a try.
A perfect addition to a bridal shower or luncheon, these cookies come together fast.
Cake mix and canned pumpkin make these little cakes, which have a light marshmallow filling.
Individualize these mocha-spiced ice cream sandwich cookies by filling them with a variety of ice cream flavors.
No mere nibbles, these fruit-filled cookies can stand in for Christmas dessert. Serve them with a light sorbet or sherbet.
Make this chocolate flavored cookie recipe to serve two ways. Leave some of the cookies plain, and spread some with frosting to make mini sandwich cookies. Also, pack them for school and work lunches.
The cashew butter used in this cookie can be found in the natural food section of most grocery stores.
These lemon curd-filled sugar cookies add a zesty finishing touch to any menu. Surprise: They're super easy and quick to make!
In the Piedmont region of Italy, the duo of chocolate and hazelnuts flavor all kinds of desserts. Serve these yummy treats with an after-dinner espresso.
Charming enough to steal the show at your next cookie swap, these rich red velvet cookies feature a cool peppermint and cream cheese filling.
Sandwich fruit preserves between two crisp nutty cutout cookies to make this classic Christmas recipe.
These Christmas sandwich cookies are filled with a thick chocolate ganache. These cookies can be frozen before they're filled. Later they can be thawed and filled as directed.
These sandwich cookies consist of a pair of chocolate wafers filled with rich vanilla buttercream and iced with chocolate butter frosting.
Alphabet cookies filled with strawberry preserves and cream cheese are great for kid parties.
Buttermilk keeps these cocoa-rich whoopie pies nice and moist yet still low in calories. The two-ingredient filling is a breeze to make (and would also be a tasty cake frosting!).
These festive tarts hail from Austria and the southern part of Germany, where they are a holiday tradition. When rolling the dough, remember to roll from the center to the edges for best results.