Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies.

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What’s better than a chocolate chip cookie?

A chocolate chip cookie stuffed with even more cookie.

Holy addicting.

There’s not much else to say. These are every bit as good as they look- a big bakery-style chocolate chip cookie…

… stuffed with an Oreo cookie that turns cakey and soft in the oven. They’re rich and melt-in-your-mouth delicous.

Make them. Now.

Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies
 
 
2 sticks softened butter
3/4 packed brown sugar
1 cup granulated sugar
2 large eggs
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
3 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking soda
10-ounce bag of chocolate chips
1 bag of Oreos, or about 24 Oreos (Jenny used Double Stuff in the original recipe, I used regular Oreos)

Preheat oven to 350°F. Cream together the butter, brown sugar, and granulated sugar until well combined. Add in eggs and vanilla until well combined.

In a separate bowl, mix the flour, salt, and baking soda. Slowly add to wet ingredients until just combined. Stir in chocolate chips. Using a cookie scoop, take one scoop of dough and place on top of an Oreo cookie. Take another scoop of dough and place on bottom of Oreo cookie. Seal edges together by pressing and cupping in hand until Oreo cookie is enclosed with dough.

You know these are going to be good when the dough balls are the size of small grapefruits.

Place onto a parchment-lined or greased baking sheet and bake cookies for 9-13 minutes or until cookies are baked to your liking.

Let cool for 5 minutes before transferring to a wire rack.

Source: Picky Palate.

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