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These bite-size sandwich cookies are perfect for a Halloween party or a lunchbox treat.

Source: Everyday Food, October 2009
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The caramel frosting can also be used for a chocolate layer cake.

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  • NicolePH
    20 DEC, 2011
    I agree with the other reviewers that there is an error in the recipe. It clearly needs more wet ingredients. I added an extra egg yolk and 1/4 c heavy cream and it worked. The caramel recipe is great.
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  • honeymommy
    22 NOV, 2011
    after following this recipe I was also surprised to see how dry and crumbly the dough was- so i added 1/4 c water and a whole egg at the end and let my mixer run for 30 seconds more. With the additional egg, they did need 4 more minutes in the oven making it a total of 12 minutes @ 375 F. They came out perfect! very successful.
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  • HomeEcki
    20 NOV, 2011
    Cookies were hard and dry and difficult to eat. But the frosting and sauce was exceptional. I would make this with a softer cookie recipe next time.
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  • sarahjorgensen
    11 MAR, 2011
    made with 2 full eggs, they turned out flat and crisp, worked well with a filling
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  • thisissaraanne
    15 DEC, 2010
    i added an egg and they came out PERFECT! soooo delish
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  • hult1021
    23 NOV, 2010
    I also tried baking these cookies, and they were terrible. The filling is delicious...would definitely make that again! But, I think there must be an error with the recipe ingredients. The dough isn't doughy...there needs to be more "wet" ingredients for this to be successful. For those of you that enjoyed these cookies, did you add wet ingredients that aren't listed?
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  • MommyCanCook
    13 NOV, 2010
    Don't do it! These are sandy and crummy and awful. The filling is good and the caramel, but the cookie is terrible. I'm thinking the recipe is wrong. Who ever heard of a cookie dough with just 1 egg yolk?
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  • MS11205192
    2 NOV, 2010
    These were really yummy! I had a few people complaining that they were too sweet but if you throw them in the freezer, they are like little ice cream sandwiches. Yum!
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  • corryl
    27 OCT, 2010
    to kininindy, does that offer stand to me too? I have heard this cookbook is fantastic. I would love to do the icing idea...but don't think I have the perfect base in my repetoire.
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  • kiminindy
    27 OCT, 2010
    marcel desaulniers has a recipe for a chocolate cookie that would be perfect for these sandwich cookies. to dmcfadden, if you want it i will gladly email to you.
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