I don’t even know what to say about these cookies, except that they are RIDICULOUSLY GOOD! I was in a bit of a cookie rut. I’m not gonna lie, normally my cookies get some pretty positive reviews…however, I think the last 2 or 3 (12….) times I just kept missing the mark. Stupid things like doubling half the recipe and not the other half, using Tablespoons instead of teaspoons of salt, miss measuring the brown sugar….I mean this has gone on and on and on. I was certain my brain was telling me YOU SHOULD NOT BE EATING COOKIES, therefore I WILL MAKE IT IMPOSSIBLE for you to bake them.
But Sunday I had to give it a go again. Jenny over at Picky Palate is pretty much a dessert goddess. If it is coming out of her kitchen you just know it’s going to be good. I had seen her Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookie weeks ago and it’s been haunting me to bake it.
Then last week Jenny did a post on ALL of the stuffed cookies she has come up with this year. HELLO!?!? Now HOW am I supposed to resist THAT I ask you!?!?
But I’m lazy.
And with the track record I’ve had, I just figure “STUFFED” was not something I should attempt. These days, I would likely set the oven on fire. So instead I planned to just throw a sleeve of Oreos in the mixer and cut back the chocolate chips to 1/2 of what Jenny suggests.
Yep, you know there had to be a “But then…..”
I was getting all the ingredients set up when Hubs walks in the kitchen.
Hubs: “Bummer, there were some kids selling candy bars out of a cooler, and I didn’t have any cash on me.”
Me: “What? Where did they go? I’ve got cash!!”
And out Miss Piper and I went running to the neighbor’s house to catch them on their route. We scored 6 beautiful Caramello Bars!!! That would be little pockets of caramel wrapped in milk chocolate. Oh YUM!
NOW I was going to have to make stuffed cookies.
I followed Jenny’s recipe making the following changes:
- I used 1/2 the chocolates chips (using only milk chocolate chips)
- I threw a sleeve of Oreos in the mixer. Just let the mixer break em up.
- I placed a scoop of cookie dough on my parchment lined cookie sheet, then placed a Caramello square on top of the dough, placed my second scoop of dough on top of the Caramello square, then pushed down the sides just a bit to seal.
- I baked mine 9-10 minutes. I also baked single scoop (unstuffed) cookies along side the big daddies. They baked in the same time without issue. Figured smaller cookies were better for the little Punks around here.
And YES, that is caramel DRIPPING down the cookie….oh.my.goodness. RIDICULOUSLY GOOD!!! Enjoy!
(I also froze some of the little ones to add to ice cream later this week…just sayin’…)