Filled and Sandwich Cookie Recipes

Almond Raspberry Sandwich Cookies
Almond Raspberry Tassies
Apricot Cheese Crescents
Apricot Cookies
Apricot Pecan Tassies
Apricot-Filled Ladyfinger Sandwiches
Banana-Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies
Betty Crocker's Cream Wafers — These are beautiful, one-bite wonders. And, yes, the recipe is correct: There is no sugar in the actual wafer, though they are dipped in sugar before baking.
Bon Bon Cookies — Bon Bon Cookies is a beloved Betty Crocker recipe from the 50s. They're as good today as it was then.
Brown Butter Sandwich Cookies with Rosemary Caramel photo — Browned butter and a hint of rosemary in the caramel filling gives these cookies a delightful flavor that will have you begging for more!
Pecan Tassies photo — A delicious pecan filling nestles in a buttery crust that will melt in your mouth!
Caramel Apple Pie Cookies photo — There's only thing more American than apple pie: apple pie cookies! What could be more American than combining two beloved traditions into one luscious bite?
Caramel Cream Sandwich Cookies with Browned Butter Frosting
Caramel Dream Tassies
Caramel-Pecan Brownie Cups
Cherry-Filled Heart Cookies
Chocolate Filled Almond Macaroons
Chocolate Filled Snowdrops
Chocolate Mint Sandwich Cookies
Chocolate Raspberry Linzer Cookies
Clothespin Cookies with Ricotta Filling — You will need the old-fashioned one-piece wooden clothespins to make this recipe.
Cranberry-Clementine Sandwich Cookies
Cream Wafers with Creamy Filling
Date Filled Treasures
Filled Apricot Cookies
Filled Oatmeal Cookies
Filled Sugar Cookies
Fudge-Filled Peanut Butter Cookies photo — Treat your family with these sandwich cookies made using peanut butter, chocolate chips and paired using chocolate mixture - a tasty dessert. Chocolate and peanut butter come together in this bite-size treat.
Hershey's Devil's Food Filled Cookies
Ice Cream Kolaches
Lemonade Pie Cookies photo — When life hands us lemons, we make lemonade...pie cookies. Bite into a sweet surprise!
Oatmeal Kolaches
Old Fashioned Filled Cookies
Pecan Pie Cookies
Peppermint Sandwich Cookies
Pie Crust Cookies
Pumpkin Pie-Stuffed Cookies photo — Sugar cookies stuffed with pumpkin pie filling - a delicious combination!
Raspberry Cream Wafers
Raspberry Filled Chocolate Ravioli
Raspberry Filled Melting Moments
Raspberry Rugelach — The cream cheese dough cannot be overworked, it never gets tough, and it always tastes good.
Raspberry Sandwich Cookies
Raspberry Sandwich Wafers
Raspberry Sour Cream Pockets
Raspberry-Hazelnut Wafers — Flat and nutty, with a creamy raspberry-flavored icing, these cookies fall into the category "plain but good," which seems to encompass so many traditional holiday cookies.
Reese's Cup Tarts
Salted Caramel Apple Cups
Salted Caramel-Stuffed Snickerdoodles photo — Put a fun twist on a classic snickerdoodle cookie by filling the center with gooey, soft dulce de leche.
Salted Turtle Cookie Cups photo — If you’re a fan of salty-and-sweet, do we have a cookie for you! Ooey gooey caramel, melted dark cocoa Candy Melts candy and a crunchy pecan top a buttery brown sugar cookie cup. A sprinkling of salt makes it even more divine.
Sparkling Starwiches
Stuffed Butter Date Cookies
Sweet Ravioli
Trilbies
Wintermint Wafers photo — With westerly winds whipping in from the Rockies, the Central part of the United States can be quite cold and crisp this time of year. Wintermint Wafers capture the essence of wintry wind with the freshness of mint in a chewy, chocolaty and buttery wafer that is drenched in dark chocolate.
Zesty Orange Cookie Cups photo — Awaken your senses with these delightful treats. A buttery shortbread cookie cup is filled to the top with a creamy citrus filling, and topped off with our Premier White morsels and a sprinkling of orange zest. Once you place these on the table to share, they won't last for long!

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