Do you hear that? These insanely delicious cookie sandwiches are calling your name!
They’re soft, sweet, and ideal for an easy mid-day indulgence.
After all, the only thing better than one cookie is two cookies filled with something sweet!
Be it chocolate with creamy peppermint creme, funfetti and ice cream, or vanilla and fruity jam; this list has it all.
So, if that sounds like your glass of milk, you might want to bookmark these tempting cookie sandwiches. They’re too good to miss!
This list starts off with a classic – and it’s classic for a reason.
They’re super-duper tasty!
You’ll start with two chewy chocolate chip cookies, which you’ll fill with a dollop of creamy vanilla buttercream.
They’re sweet, buttery, and perfect for sharing.
Or not… your choice.
I’m a sucker for hazelnut desserts, and these Nutella cookies certainly fit the bill.
The cookie shell is soft, chewy, and deliciously nutty. And it’s STUFFED with hazelnut spread.
It doesn’t get any better than that!
If you love hazelnuts as much as I do, try adding some chopped nuts around the edges.
These holiday-perfect cookies are absolutely delicious.
Imagine taking an Oatmeal Creme Pie and Thin Mints and mashing them together. That’s sort of how I picture this recipe.
These cookies have the chewy soft outside and sweet, creamy filling of the Oatmeal Creme Pie.
But they have the chocolatey, minty perfection of Thin Mints. Yum!
You know how books are always better than the movie? Well, the same can be said for homemade baked goods versus store-bought.
No shade to Little Debbie, but these homemade oatmeal cream pies are definitely better.
They’re soft and chewy, but the outside is just a little crispy.
Meanwhile, the filling is a sweet, creamy vanilla buttercream that melts in your mouth.
They’re buttery and perfectly delicious.
Say hello to the holidays with these festive cookies!
They taste like snow-covered, mint-chocolate heaven, and they look like Christmas to boot.
This simple drop cookie recipe yields deliciously chocolatey soft cookies filled with a delicious, candy-cane striped peppermint buttercream.
In short: they’re fantastic!
The only way they could be more festive is with some chopped candy canes around the edges.
These funfetti cookie sandwiches are great for kids and adults alike! They’re fun, colorful, and gloriously sweet.
Being simple sugar cookies, they’re the kind of treats that will please any palette.
Filled with vanilla buttercream and sprinkles, these babies couldn’t look any cuter if they tried!
Vegan cookies and cakes have come a long way in the last few years.
With the abundance of dairy-free ingredients, making something tender, tasty, and inclusive is easier than ever.
And these vegan shortbread cookie sandwiches are no exception.
The chocolate shortbread cookies are chewy and sweet, and the luscious dark chocolate ganache is rich and sinful.
Classic red velvet cake in cookie form? Yes, please!
These beauties are ideal for Valentine’s Day but will satisfy any craving all year round.
Each cookie has that signature hint of chocolate and vanilla along with the wonderfully sweet and tangy cream cheese frosting.
Add a dollop of dark chocolate ganache if you want a true luxe experience.
Chocolate, on chocolate, on chocolate… what could be better? Not much, in my opinion.
That must mean cookies are practically perfect in every way!
Each sandwich features two soft cocoa cookies filled with rich chocolate ganache.
It’s a chocolate lover’s dream.
Ice cream sandwiches are the perfect summer treat.
They’re also excellent in the fall, winter, or spring… clearly, I just love them.
This recipe makes chewy, thick, delicious chocolate cookies that are already super yummy.
The best part is, though, you can fill these with any ice cream you choose. I’m a huge fan of raspberry ripple!
These tempting cookies are sugar, spice, and everything nice.
Featuring a marshmallow creme filling and ginger-spiced molasses cookie shells, they’re superb.
I adore Terry’s Chocolate Oranges and wish they were available all year.
There’s something special about the combination of citrus and dark, smooth chocolate, and these little cookies prove it.
The sugar cookies are light, bright, citrusy, and bursting with fresh orange zest. On the other end of the flavor spectrum, the filling is rich, dark, and decadent.
Together, they’re enchanting and delicious!
Bring a little autumn goodness to your kitchen with these pumpkin whoopie pies.
Each sweet treat bursts with fresh pumpkin flavor, warming spices, and velvety smooth vanilla buttercream.
They’re so soft and moist that they’re practically cake.
If you think a cookie the size of your fist is too much cookie, keep scrolling.
If that sounds AMAZING, you need to try these snickerdoodle sandwiches.
Chock-full of cinnamon sugar goodness, the only difference with this recipe is the size (and the filling, of course).
Stuffed with a heavenly marshmallow, cinnamon, and cream cheese frosting, and caramel, these are about as sinful as it gets.
These chocolate mint sandwich cookies are festive as heck.
The soft chocolate cookies are filled with sweet peppermint buttercream that’s super refreshing.
Color the frosting red or green for extra holiday fun!
O-M-G, these churro ice cream sandwiches are beyond delicious.
You’ll start with two cinnamon-sugary, flaky, crispy, perfectly golden churros. Then, you’ll add a layer of sweet vanilla ice cream to the middle.
Use chocolate ice cream for a fun take on churros con chocolate, a Spanish classic.
Coconut macaroons are some of my favorite cookies.
And this cookie sandwich recipe takes that tasty treat and kicks it up a notch.
Between the sweet, chewy coconut and rich chocolate ganache, they’re like macaroon macarons.
Take a trip to the Florida Keys with every bite of these soft and sweet cookie sandwiches that taste just like the signature pie.
I mean, Graham Cracker cookies, filled with lime buttercream…does it get any better?
Add a dollop of key lime curd to the frosting if you like things really tart.
If you love Golden Oreos, then these cookie sandwiches are for you.
They’re light, buttery, and warm with vanilla flavor. A touch of lemon juice brightens everything up.
Low-carb cookies?! WHAT!?
Well, that’s exactly what these keto-friendly peanut butter cookie sandwiches are.
They’re flourless, refined sugar-free, high in good fats, and contain some protein.
Oh, and did I mention that they’re delicious? Because they are.
They’re also chocolatey and full of peanut butter flavor, making them the perfect way to treat yourself while sticking to your diet.
These Italian cookies certainly hit the spot. They’re sweet, easy, and customizable!
The cookie shells are made with simple shortbread. Then, they’re filled with a filling of your choice.
Jam and ganache are the most popular options, but use what tastes great to you.
You can also add zests, extracts, and teas to flavor the dough. Though you may have to play around to get the right consistency.
An excellent combo is Earl Grey shortbread with lime curd!
Chocolate and cherry is yet another fantastic flavor combo we all know and love.
The chocolate cookies are soft and chewy, with a fantastic mouthfeel. They’re filled with sweet maraschino cherry buttercream.
These sandwich cookies are dark, rich, and feel downright sinful. You’ll love them!
Here’s another fantastic example of chocolate and cherry – and they’re perfect for when you need dessert in a hurry.
Start with pre-made chocolate wafer cookies and fill them with a blend of sweetened cream cheese and cherry pie filling.
Then, drizzle them with warm chocolate ganache.
They come together quickly, and you don’t even need to turn the oven on.
So, basically, they’re the perfect summer cookie sandwich!
If you can’t choose between banana bread and cookies… don’t. These banana almond whoopie pies are the best of both worlds.
Each cookie is made with ripe bananas, almond meal, and spices, making them soft, cakey, and a lot like banana bread.
They’re filled with sweet vanilla cream cheese frosting, too, so you know they’re as scrumptious as can be.
They’re gluten-free, too!
If you like Pepperidge Farm Milano cookies, then you’ll enjoy these.
They’re crispy and buttery biscuit cookies filled with chocolate buttercream.
Each bite starts with a delicious crunch from the biscuit. Then, you hit the sweet, creamy chocolate frosting.
The whole thing melts in your mouth, and they’re even better with a sweet caramel latte on the side.
These are, hands-down, my favorite cookie sandwiches.
Buttery, crumbly shortbread cookies filled with bright, sweet, fruity jam (and sometimes vanilla buttercream, too!), they’re absolutely perfect!
They taste like a strawberry shortcake; only the cookie is…well…a cookie!
If you’re not a fan of strawberries, that’s okay! Feel free to use any jam, jelly, or marmalade you like.
Or go in the other direction and add chocolate or nut butter to the middle.
Either way, these are addictive!
If you’re a toffee enthusiast, like I consider myself to be, then you know it’s pretty darn tasty.
And you also know that it can break your teeth… which is a bummer.
Luckily, I have the solution.
These lace sandwich cookies taste like toffee and chocolate. Each thin and lacey cookie is buttery, nutty, and caramelized.
They’re so delicious.
But slathered with melted chocolate, they’re chewy, crispy, and wonderful.
These devil’s food whoopie pies are sinfully delicious.
Thanks to the cake mix and store-bought frosting, they’re also crazy-easy to whip up!
All you need is a box of Devil’s Food cake mix, eggs, and canola oil. The cookies are soft, chocolatey, and taste just like OG whoopie pie cookies.
Then, you sandwich pre-made cream cheese frosting in the middle and roll them around in fun sprinkles of your choice.
They’re delightful, and everyone will love them.
If you love desserts filled with texture, flavor, and happiness, you need to try these.
The cookies are soft, crunchy, and chewy all in one.
Cornflakes, oats, and coconut contribute to their fantastic texture, while butter and white and brown sugars add tons of flavor.
Jam-packed with soft, silky, and tangy chocolate fudge frosting, they’re super-duper indulgent, and each bite is heavenly.
Lemon and blueberry are a super flavor combination that you’ll find in cakes, muffins, sweet bread, pancakes, and these delicious whoopie pies.
Each cake-like cookie is lemony and bursting with fresh blueberries. They’re dense and moist, just like a muffin top!
But, wait, there’s more!
Two of those tasty cookies are squished around a tart, lemony cream cheese frosting.
They’re bright, juicy, fruity, and the embodiment of summer.
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