Best Sandwich Cookies in 2022

How to Make a Sandwich Cookie

A sandwich cookie, also known as a sandwich biscuit, is a type of sweet baked good that combines two thin or medium cookies with a filling between them. There are many different types of filling that are used in sandwich cookies, but the most common ones are cream, buttercream, or ganache. So, how can you make them? Follow the steps below to find out! This recipe yields an outstanding sandwich cookie! Read on for more great sandwich cookie recipes!

Dorie Greenspan's recipe

Dorie Greenspan's recipe for sandwich cookies channels one of our childhood favorites, Oreos. These buttery and crisp cookies are paired with a fluffy vanilla cream to create a dessert experience that's sure to please. The double-filling recipe makes them super-stuffed, but be careful - impatient people may squeeze out the filling while eating! Dorie suggests baking the cookies at room temperature for at least 15 minutes to ensure they don't crack open.

A lifelong cookie hunter, Kristen Miglore has unearthed hundreds of do-it-yourself cookie recipes by cooking prolifically for the past two decades. This recipe for Sandwich Cookies comes from the acclaimed author of 14 cookbooks, countless articles, and television and newspaper columns. With only three ingredients, it's sure to be a crowd-pleaser. Its popularity is growing, too.

Roll out the cookie dough to a smooth consistency and place on a baking sheet. Sprinkle with the crumbly topping if desired. You can reuse the excess topping for another batch of cookies. Bake the cookies for about eleven to twelve minutes, rotating them halfway through. After they've reached their golden color, transfer them to wire racks to cool. Let them cool completely before frosting and serving. Then, enjoy!


Snickerdoodles sandwich cookies have a cinnamon sugar coating and are deliciously sweet. Unsalted butter and eggs make the dough moist and rich, and cinnamon adds a nice touch. Powdered sugar and marshmallow fluff make the frosting extra fluffy. After baking the cookies, they should cool completely before you fill them with frosting. The cookies can also be packed as sandwiches for a lunchbox.

Snickerdoodles are an easy recipe to make. You can even involve kids in making the cinnamon-sugar mix. These cookies have a homemade taste, and they are easy to make. You will need butter, flour, brown sugar, and eggs. Add a teaspoon of cinnamon and you're good to go. Snickerdoodles can be prepared in advance or made the night before.

To make the frosting, combine the butter and cream cheese and mix until creamy. Next, add the pumpkin and nutmeg, and mix until well combined. If you have extra frosting, add a little bit more powdered sugar and beat until fluffy. Once the buttercream is fluffy, fold in the marshmallow fluff. Add a pinch of salt and vanilla. You're ready to assemble the snickerdoodles sandwich cookies!


Oreos are an American cookie company that's been around for years. However, the brand recently expanded their sandwich cookie line, introducing new flavors like the Oreo Neapolitan Sandwich Cookies. These cookies feature three layers of creme between two chocolate cookies, one flavored like a waffle cone and one flavored like a cherry. These cookies will be available nationwide in July 2022, but only while supplies last.

These cookie doughs make about forty medium singles and twenty large Oreo sandwiches, depending on the size of your cutter. You can also use them to fill cupcakes and cakes with vanilla cream. The cookie dough should be stored in an airtight container for at least four days, and they can be refrigerated for up to a week. Bake them for eight to eight and a half minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean. Once baked, transfer them to a cooling rack and cool completely.

The cookies follow the same basic formula as Oreos but lack the exterior markings. The filling is a light green color and often recessed from the edges of the sandwich cookie. The color and design of the sandwich cookie may vary depending on the flavor. There are also limited edition cookies that celebrate holidays and events. In 2017, a limited-edition Oreo was released for Halloween. In addition to seasonal flavor and shapes, there are also holiday-themed Oreos.


There's no celebration that's complete without some kind of sweet treat, and Funfetti Sandwich Cookies are perfect for any occasion. They are made with cake mix, eggs, and softened butter, and then rolled into half-inch balls. After baking them for eight minutes, they should be allowed to cool completely before filling them with frosting. Depending on your party theme, you can also make them with different flavors of cake mix and icing.

First, prepare the creme. Combine sugar, butter, and vanilla extract in a large mixing bowl. Beat the mixture on high speed for 4-5 minutes. Next, add fresh vanilla extract. Finally, scoop the creme into a round tulle and insert a sprinkle into each of the cookie halves. Place the sandwiches in the refrigerator to set the frosting, and then eat! Or serve them right away! Funfetti Sandwich Cookies make a great party snack or care package treat.

Make the frosting. Funfetti frosting should be a thicker consistency than buttercream. The frosting will be spread thinly inside the sugar cookie dough, so it is important to make the frosting ahead of time. It should also be frozen, to avoid frosting meltout. Mix butter and confectioners' sugar until smooth and fluffy. Place in freezer for at least 30 minutes before frosting is set. You can also freeze them individually in an airtight container.

Coconut macaroons

If you are planning to make coconut macaroons for sandwich cookies, here are a few tips to ensure that your sandwiches are as good as possible. These macaroons are made with coconut, condensed milk, extracts, and salt. You should also use a high-quality electric mixer to whip the egg whites to stiff peaks. Then, gently fold in the remaining ingredients, until you have a fluffy and light-brown cookie dough.

The traditional recipe for coconut macaroons uses sweetened condensed milk, egg whites, vanilla, and almond extract. You can add other flavors if you wish, such as apricots or dried cranberries. If you don't have any of those ingredients on hand, you can simply stir in some apricots, dried cranberries, and candied citrus. For a more decadent cookie, add almonds or fresh berries.

Once you've mixed the ingredients, you can roll them into balls and place them on a baking sheet. You can also use a silicone baking liner. You can also lightly dampen your palm before shaping the cookies. You'll find that coconut macaroons for sandwich cookies are so easy to shape that you won't even need to line a baking sheet with parchment paper. These sandwich cookies are not only delicious but also easy to make. And they're dairy-free and can be great for Passover celebrations.

Banana almond whoopie pies

Banana almond whoopie pies are sandwich cookies topped with a sweet cream cheese frosting. They're the perfect way to use up overripe bananas! The delicious dessert is also made with wholesome ingredients like almond meal flour, which is naturally gluten-free. In just 25 minutes, you can prepare these delicious cookies and enjoy them for breakfast, brunch, or dinner. You can even make them at home!

First, you need to mix the butter and cream cheese until smooth. Add the vanilla extract and icing sugar. Then, mix well. You can also use chocolate frosting or a mix of the two. After mixing the ingredients, add milk if needed. If you want your frosting to be stiffer, add a little milk to your icing sugar. This frosting is also delicious on whoopie pies.

While you're at it, you can also swap out white flour for almond meal. Almond meal flour adds more texture to the cookies. Also, you can store the finished cookies in the refrigerator or freezer. Be sure to cover them with plastic wrap if you're planning to serve them soon. A few of them can last a few days in the refrigerator or freezer if they're made ahead of time.

Chocolate ganache filling

If you love chocolate, you will love this recipe for chocolate ganache filling in sandwich cookies. Chocolate ganache is rich and decadent. A little goes a long way in making sandwich cookies. This recipe makes 36 cookies. You can store them at room temperature for up to two days, but not more. You can also store them in the refrigerator for up to a week. They taste best at room temperature, but are also great chilled. If you prefer, you can thaw them out before assembling them.

Once the ganache has cooled completely, spread it on the flat part of the sandwich cookies. If you prefer a thicker filling, you can make homemade truffles. Be sure that each cookie is about the same size. This will prevent the ganache from leaking out of the sandwich cookie. If you want to eat more than one cookie, you should refrigerate the cookies for at least three days.

To make the chocolate ganache filling, you will need chocolate chips, heavy cream, and vanilla extract. Use good quality chocolate chips if you can't find any. You will need about five minutes to allow the ganache to cool completely before you can pipe it on the sandwich cookies. While the ganache cools, you can decorate them with sprinkles or candy coatings. For the filling, the cookies should be slightly undercooked or even undercooked.

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