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Chocolate Peanut-Butter Sandwich Cookies

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Transform nutty cookies into triple-decker delights: Sandwich them around a creamy melted-chocolate filling, and munch away!

Source: Everyday Food, June 2008
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To store, refrigerate cookies up to 2 days.

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  • TracyTieder
    1 MAR, 2012
    I am a HUGE Martha cookie recipe fan. Everyone raves about my cookies, always a Martha recipe. These cookies are the worst cookies I have EVER made, they don't even come off the cookie sheet without crumbling apart, they are going directly into the trash. What a HUGE let down. Take it off the site! There are many many more GREAT Martha recipes to make, don't use this one!!!
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  • getfuzzygurl
    11 AUG, 2011
    Like the previous reviewer said, I baked my second batch for only 10 minutes after the first batch (that was cooked for about 13 minutes) came out too crumbly and dry. Still a little dry and crumbly but very tasty and perfect with a glass of milk!
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  • cakegirl4
    3 AUG, 2011
    Made this recipe and they are very yummy and rich. :) I baked them for only 10 min and they came out perfect.
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  • michellesabido
    2 AUG, 2011
    Make sure that you don't mix the flour too much! I blended the flour into the batter until I couldn't see it anymore and my cookies crumbled at touch. I cooked everything exactly to the recipe and that is the only thing I can think of that may have gone wrong. The chocolate filling is great. Will try again.
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  • nicpic91
    27 MAY, 2010
    Instead of the chocolate spread I used nutella, and they came out delicious. And to keep the cookies from crumbling because they do come out very fragile I used a pastry bag (you can also use a ziploc and cut off the tip). Also so the glass wouldn't stick I took a damp paper towel to wipe the bottom of the glass after flattening each cookie.
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  • mykele
    26 MAY, 2010
    I think that I will add 1/4 cup flour and chill the dough for at least 30 minutes and then using a small cookie scoop and will expect even shaped cookies that may be less fragile. More flour for sure.
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  • tmmurphy
    26 MAY, 2010
    Blomma, a stick of butter weighs 4 ounces.
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  • FRC
    26 MAY, 2010
    Hi Sonia, A stick of butter is 4 oz or 125 grams. Hope this helps.
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  • blomma
    26 MAY, 2010
    Hi I dont live in the states. Could someone be kind enough as to tell me how much a stick of unsalted butter weighs. Thanks Sonia
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  • scmacri
    17 DEC, 2008
    I recommend adding flour to the dough for making it more stiff. Also, maybe it was just me, but I would also recommend doing the chocolate closer to the time the cookies are actually done - I had to put the chocolate in the microwave to get it thin again for easy spreading.
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