Cakery Friday: Mistake Cookies

These cookies were a mistake. A great mistake. I have been attempting {without success} to re-create cookies a friend used to make. They had somewhat of a shortbread outside and chocolate inside. The thing is, no matter what I try, mine do not seem to taste like hers. So I experiment over and over. And then one day, I make something that tastes RIDICULOUS. I actually left them lying around and my brother and his friends devoured the entire tray. They taste nothing like the cookies I was attempting to make. These actually might be better!

To make these chocolate-filled “Mistake Cookies” you start with your favorite sugar cookie recipe, I used this one.

Roll your dough out to between 1/4 of an inch to 1/8 of an inch. Using a round cutter, cut a top and a bottom for the cookie.

Using a mellon baller {or your fingers} shape a ball of chocolate ganache, I used this recipe without adding the mint {but could be fun for next time}!

Place the ball of ganache on the bottom of the cookie and, using your fingers, gently press the top layer together with the bottom layer. Creating a seal. And trapping the chocolate goodness inside.

Bake for 10-12 minutes {until golden brown} and allow to cool.

Eat away!



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1 Comment on Cakery Friday: Mistake Cookies

  1. Paula
    March 30, 2012 at 6:42 am (6 years ago)

    sort of reminds me of the stuffed cabbage Nahmoe used to make…can copy but not equal! Your cookies look delish though

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