To get inspiration for some recipes, I watch a lot of cooking blogs. Using google reader, I can no longer find where I got this inspiration, which makes me rather sad. I hope to do the person who inspired me proud with this. I will certainly update this recipe when I find the article.
So…Like I said, inspired by other food blogs. I found a recipe for Oreo Stuffed Cookies. Now this seemed crazy! Oreo’s are beyond rich enough as it is. I know, I know, they’re soooo good. How could I say that?
BUT what if you took your two best, most favourite cookie recipes and stuffed one with the other?? Bazinga! I am inspired! So I, the Sultana of Sizzle, and my husband the Baron of Baking, both whipped up a batch of our favourite cookies. He made a slightly modified version of the Best Ever Chocolate Chip Cookies, and I made Peanut Butter Cocoa Chocolate Chip Cookies.
These cookies turned out AMAZING!! Like wow. We actually had no vanilla extract, so we had to use almond extract, that gives a completely different flavour to your baking. Also. I am not sure about the name of my husband. Any thoughts there? Not to mention, I need got to hear about the cookies that you made! Tell me about them! Or Submit your own Recipe for stuffed cookies!
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