My kids love to make sandwich cookies out of the cookies that I bake. It doesn’t matter what type of cookie it is, they want to spread frosting on the bottom and sandwich another cookie onto it. Ideally I would love to see an Oatmeal Cream Pie version of this, but since my kids aren’t fans of oatmeal cookies, I doubt this will happen anytime soon. In the meantime, they experiment with the ones they love.
Jon’s latest creation was a Chocolate Chip Cookie Sandwich with Cream Cheese Frosting in the middle.
Hannah chose to use Milk Chocolate Frosting for her filling. Would it kill them to use the same frosting to avoid having two different frostings opened at once?
This recipe is simple as I used a box of the Betty Crocker Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip cookie mix. The mix calls for softened butter, vanilla and an egg and can be mixed and baked in approximately 30 minutes (once the oven is pre-heated). Both the mix and the frostings can be purchased in most grocery stores across the US or from Gluten Freely.
Some of our other sandwich cookie creations include:
Have you made any gluten-free sandwich cookies? If so, please share the details! If not, what kind would you make? I will be making some Oatmeal Raisin Cookies with Cream Cheese Frosting in the very near future. At least I can be sure that I will be the only one in my house to eat these!