While watching Phantom Gourmet on Saturday morning, we saw them showcase a restaurant where they served Chocolate Chip Cookies STUFFED with Oreos. Chocolate Chip Oreo Cookies??? We were sold. And they looked so easy to make! So I headed into our grocery store, picked up the ingredients, and headed home to get to work! All you need to make this are these 2 ingredients:
Okay, so you could make your own cookie dough, and normally I would, but I also wanted to make the sugar cookies I showed you here on Monday and really, sometimes the shortcuts work just as well! To form the cookies I simply took some dough, flattened it in the palm of my hand and placed an Oreo on top to start.
Then, I folded up the sides and placed just enough dough to cover the Oreo on top, then rounded out the dough ball a bit, and placed it on the cookie sheet!
When the sheet was filled, I popped it in the oven at 375 degrees for 15 minutes (to make sure it was intact, you may find a 12-13 minute time works better with your oven) and then let them cool on the cookie racks!
They were fantastic! I would show you pictures of the inside, but um, we may have eaten them before I realized I didn't have a picture! The Oreo cookie becomes a little soft and the cream filling is deliciously gooey! These are so easy to make and definitely worth the extra calories! And they're a great treat for that special someone in your life who loves Oreo cookies!
Then, it was time to create some personalized Valentine's magic. Back in November, I had the idea of making my own holiday cards for friends and family and so I purchased some blank cards and envelopes. Then life got in the way a little bit and a few days ago, I discovered that I still had all of those card making supplies and decided to make my own Valentine's Day card for Josh.
I was inspired by this card that I saw on Pinterest and decided to make something similar.
I started with a deck of cards and some of the blank cards.
Then, I took out the "King of Hearts" card and played around with it in different positions and with different phrases.
Then I took out the "Queen of Hearts" card and used that for the inside of the card, attaching it using the same taping method.
Then I added a message to Josh, popped it into an envelope and sealed it with a kiss!
Have you ever made your own cards? It's definitely easier than it looks! And how about those cookies? They were to-die-for! I brought some into my office and they were gone before lunchtime! Mmm... so delicious!