These cute little sandwich cookies use the same sweet filling as the Salt-N-Pepper Sandwich Cookies. Funny, I liked the filling with those cookies, but I thought it was a tad too sweet with these.
The cookies are simple to make, and have a surprise ingredient – malted milk powder. It makes them strangely good and addictive, although they’re still not my favorite cookies out of the Baked books.
I did like these enough to take them to school – culinary school. A lot of discerning palates there, so I had to be brave. They went fast, and we ate them for dessert one day with salted caramel ice cream (yum).
To get the recipe and see the other entries from this week’s Baked Sunday Mornings head on over to Baked Sunday Mornings.
- Malted Milk Sandwich Cookies (Baked Explorations, p. 106)
These look so good! I’m sad I skipped out on this week’s recipe!
Your filling looks so nice and fluffy. Perfect. And that is a brave thing to take them to culinary school! Good for you! :)
Wow, yours look absolutely perfect!
Wow! Taking them to culinary school- good for you! They look great!
What’s your favourite cookie from all the Baked books so far?
I think the shortbread with fleur de sel is my favorite Baked cookie!
Oh…these would be so good with salted caramel ice cream!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Makes me really hungry right now! And…you are brave, but these cookies hold their own even with great bakers.
We really enjoyed these. Yours looked perfect & it’s no surprise that they disappeared. Now, about that ice cream…do you have the recipe?
I do have the recipe for the ice cream! Need to post it…. I’m so behind.
I usually don’t like filling in cookies but love it here! Your cookies look great!
Oh dear…I bet these are great with salted caramel ice cream!
Your photo is amazing! Love the vibrant colors. :)