Thursday, May 2, 2013

Celebration Sandwich Cookies {Chocolate Chip Sandwich Cookies with Vanilla Buttercream}

What do I make for my friend who is turning 50 and loves all things chocolate chip cookies? Well, last year I made her my Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie. (That one is hard to top!) This year I decided to make a batch of my favorite chocolate chip cookies and sandwich them between some decadent vanilla buttercream frosting.

Oh... and sprinkles.

Everything is more festive with sprinkles!

Celebration Sandwich Cookies 
{Chocolate Chip Sandwich Cookies with Vanilla Buttercream}
((Printable Recipe))

Here's what you'll need:

- About 30 small chocolate chip cookies (I used a 1 inch cookie scoop) from my Overnight Chocolate Chip Cookies

- sprinkles

- Buttercream frosting:
1 stick room temperature unsalted butter
2 cups powdered sugar
small pinch salt
1/4 teaspoon vanilla
about 1 tablespoon whole milk

1. Beat the butter and add in the remaining frosting ingredients together. Add enough milk to thin the frosting until you have a consistency you like.

2. Put a heaping tablespoon or so onto the bottom of one cookie, smoothing out to the sides. Top with another cookie and gently press.

3. Roll in sprinkles.


  1. Wow these look so delicious...just like you bought them from a cafe! Sprinkles make everything pretty. :)

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