Sunday, February 15, 2015

Snickers Stuffed Cookies

Around Christmas time I saw these 1 pound candy bars at Target. On the package it said "Slice and Share!" This gave me the idea to slice the Snickers bar, and put cookie dough around it. I tried it out this past weekend, and the cookies turned out pretty good! Here's how I made them:

For the cookie part, I used the same dough recipe that I had for the M&M Cookie Cake, except I left out the M&M's. I started by mixing up the dough. I rolled the cookie dough into balls, about the size of a quarter, then I took a slice of snickers, and cut it in half. Next I put a slice of snickers onto the cookie dough ball and flattened it out, and put another cookie dough ball on top. press the dough around the snickers so that the chocolate is completely covered.

If you can't find the large 1 pound Snickers, just use regular Snickers or even fun size and slice them up. I used about 3/4 pounds of Snickers for this recipe.

Bake the cookies at 350 degrees for about 8 minutes, or until golden brown. This recipe made about 24 large cookies. If you feel like slicing and covering the snickers is too tedious, just chop up your snickers and mix the pieces in just like you would chocolate chips!

Because my cookies were so large, I had to bake them in 3 batches of 8.

These cookies were moist, gooey, and amazing!

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