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Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Sandwiches

Remember a month or two ago when I recreated the Potbelly oatmeal chocolate chip cookie? Well this is the Potbelly oatmeal chocolate chip cookie on crack.

Two fantastic cookies sandwiched together with marshmallow creme puff icing.  Could it get any better?

When I was much, much younger and had the metabolism of a cheetah, I would always get one of the stuffed double chocolate chip cookies from Great American Cookie Company whenever I went to the mall.  Despite the clothing and accessory purchases, that cookie was always my favorite buy.

I should probably be ashamed of that. I’m not.

These days I have to lay off the Great American Cookie Company purchases. Every time I stroll by in Northpark though, there is always a part of me that thinks about grabbing a cookie, eating it in my car, and hiding all evidence.  It doesn’t count if no one else knows.


Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Sandwiches
1 batch Knock Off Potbelly Oatmeal Cookies (I used butter this time instead of margarine, had to be true to my soul)
1 batch icing (recipe to follow)

For the icing 
6 tbsp butter
3/4 cup marshmallow fluff creme (the stuff that comes in the jar)
1 1/2 cups powdered sugar
1 tsp vanilla
2 tbsp fat free half & half (healthy!)

Once your cookies have baked and cooled, combine butter and marshmallow fluff in a medium sized bowl and beat until combined. Slowly add in powdered sugar, vanilla, and half & half. I would start by adding in one cup of powdered sugar. If that isn’t sweet enough for you, then go ahead and add a little more.

Smear icing on the inside of one cookie, then press another on top to create the sandwich.

Serve these at your Easter brunch, or put a few of them in your kiddos Easter baskets. You could also make a sugar cookie and tint the icing a pastel pink, purple, or green. Those would be adorable in an Easter basket.  
What is your favorite Easter dessert?  Although I would love to eat ten of these cookies at Easter, they are not necessarily Isagenix approved, so I’m going to try and come up with something that would be challenge friendly.  
I’ve had some inquiries about the Isagenix system, so I’m going to create a new tab with all of our information, how we are feeling, our weekly report, and then at the end our review. Check that out if you are interested in these awesome products.
April 29, 2012 - 11:26 am

Sarah Beauregard - I want one of these right now!!

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