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Thread: OMG! Two Cookies in One!

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    You must try this! It's 'Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies' and makes 16 huge cookies! Here's the link:

    http://bunsinmyoven.com/2011/01/19/o...-chip-cookies/

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    OMG I wander how many calories a bite of one of those is??? LOL

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    OMG - why did I look!! I knew I shouldn't have. They have got to be delicious. Have saved this recipe.

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    They are said to be FABULOUS! I can imagine! Also, they finish about the size of a 'small apple!' Some have used mini Oreo's while some have used 'double stuff' Oreos! One girl even added Reese's small peanut butter cups!!!

    I'd guess about 1000 calories on this depending on how you finish it off! lol! ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
    One girl even added Reese's small peanut butter cups!!!
    I really didn't need to hear that :-D :-D :-D

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    OMG!! Went on the site - WOW!! Will visit there often, and thanks so much for sharing!! YUMMMMM!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Happy
    Quote Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
    One girl even added Reese's small peanut butter cups!!!
    I really didn't need to hear that :-D :-D :-D
    We'll leave them out then! :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltincharlotte
    OMG!! Went on the site - WOW!! Will visit there often, and thanks so much for sharing!! YUMMMMM!
    Really great recipes there!! Your welcome!! :-D

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    Oh, you have started something now. LOL

    Cannot believe all of the great recipes on that site. Thank you. :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by SewExtreme
    Oh, you have started something now. LOL

    Cannot believe all of the great recipes on that site. Thank you. :-D
    I really just sensed all the great recipes there. Now you all have my curiosity up and I'll have to go back and check the rest out! I don't think we'll ever leave that site then! lol! :-D ;)

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    For grandma/granchildren bonding time - took refrigerated sugar cookie dough, wrapped it around a mini candy bar (snickers, milky way, etc) and baked. When biting into the cookie the candy bar oozes out - especially if you eat them when they are still a little warm. Easy and tasty!

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    For grandma/granchildren bonding time - took refrigerated sugar cookie dough, wrapped it around a mini candy bar (snickers, milky way, etc) and baked. When biting into the cookie the candy bar oozes out - especially if you eat them when they are still a little warm. Easy and tasty!

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    Sounds like something that would go over well with a troop of large, healthy Boy Scouts (and fathers) (And Scout Masters I have known). Or some gathering of military men and women, they can sure put away the groceries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tntgranny
    For grandma/granchildren bonding time - took refrigerated sugar cookie dough, wrapped it around a mini candy bar (snickers, milky way, etc) and baked. When biting into the cookie the candy bar oozes out - especially if you eat them when they are still a little warm. Easy and tasty!
    GREAT TIP! Thank you so much, tntgranny, for that! I know everyone will love trying it and it sure is less trouble than the fried candy bar desserts in deep hot oil! :-D :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Happy
    Quote Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
    One girl even added Reese's small peanut butter cups!!!
    I really didn't need to hear that :-D :-D :-D
    We'll leave them out then! :-D
    Sure we will :-P

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    Quote Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
    Quote Originally Posted by SewExtreme
    Oh, you have started something now. LOL

    Cannot believe all of the great recipes on that site. Thank you. :-D
    I really just sensed all the great recipes there. Now you all have my curiosity up and I'll have to go back and check the rest out! I don't think we'll ever leave that site then! lol! :-D ;)
    Oh, if you didn't spend at least a half hour on that site you missed a LOT of great recipes for everything from breakfast to main dishes and so on, besides desserts. Course, two of her guest's recipes were for scrumptous french toast to sorta die for!!!!!!!!!!!! :thumbup:

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    I can only imagine how delicious. They look awesome. This will be the next cookie I make. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishnlady
    I can only imagine how delicious. They look awesome. This will be the next cookie I make. Thanks for sharing.
    Your welcome!!

    :D :D ;)

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