I know that it's a bit early to start with Valentine's day recipes but I have many recipes that I want to try I started with this one and at first I was going to make whoopie pies, the cookies turned out a bit crunchy but they still were delicious and the filling is the best part, well just because I added mascarpone and cream cheese... by the way do you have a good whoopie pie recipe? I've never made them but they are on my list
- 1 3/4 c. flour
- 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder
- 1 c. of sugar
- 1/2 c. softened butter
- 1/2 c. plain unsweetened yogurth
- 1 egg
- 2 oz of melted chocolate, cooled
- 1/2 teaspoon on baking soda
1. In a small bowl combine cocoa powder, flour and baking soda. In a large bowl beat butter and sugar until light and fluffy, add egg, yogurth and slowly stir in the chocolate. Add flour mixture and combine.
2. Take spoonfuls of the batter (you can do it with a small ice cream scoop) and place them on a prepared pan, bake them for 15 minutes at 400°C. Let them cool completely.
3. Now make the filling by beating 1 c. of mascarpone cheese, 1/2 c. of softened cream cheese, 2 tablespoons of powdered sugar and 1 tablespoon of vanilla. Stir with 3/4 c. of whipped cream. Put on top of each cookie, leaving one to cover them.
4. Add some chopped strawberries, cover with the remainig cookie and decorate with a small heart, they are simple and delicious.
This is really a delicious cookie. The decoration made on this cookies is quite amazing. This is one of the greatest dessert inventions ever. Thanks for sharing this incredible cookie recipe.
Yum, looks really good :DReplyDelete
You really got to the good stuff with these sandwich cookies! That filling sounds DIVINE.ReplyDelete
I've made a few whoopie pies in my day...here are my two favorites:
Red Velvet - http://www.joanne-eatswellwithothers.com/2010/09/red-velvet-whoopie-pies.html
Pumpkin Marshmallow - http://www.bonappetit.com/recipes/2009/10/pumpkin_whoopie_pies_with_maple_marshmallow_cream_filling
thanks a lot, I will try those red velvet whoopie piesDelete
Muy suavecitos y fríos saben mucho mejor!ReplyDelete
These look amazing!!! I love how you added strawberries into it!ReplyDelete
You amaze me!!ReplyDelete
My family loves sandwich cookies...and these must be amazing with the cream cheese icing and berry filling! YUM!ReplyDelete
I can't wait to try this. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
those cookies look sooo yummy..and that filling sounds devine!ReplyDelete
They look fantastic! That filling with the berries looks so good.ReplyDelete
Wow, no it isn't too early! What a fabulous looking cookie and I love the fresh strawberries sandwiched in. I posted some a year ago that are open faced with the strawberries. Such a winning combination.ReplyDelete
fabulous! I love strawberry cookies :*ReplyDelete
This is genius I must say. They look just lovely :DReplyDelete
that is really lovely! i like how you placed a heart on top of it.<3ReplyDelete
It's never too early to think of Valentines and what better way to think of it than with chocolate. Lovely cooking and the red heart is so cute.ReplyDelete
I dont think it is ever early for any cookie :) You dressed up a simple cookie with a nice filling. Love it.ReplyDelete
yum! i love all the colors of this cute dessert.ReplyDelete
Mmmm... I love this sandwich cookie. Look so yummy and pretty!ReplyDelete
Oh please, please! Could you send me one of this miracles? ;)ReplyDelete
Thanks for this lovely award! But I don't know what I should to do now. I was participated in 'games' like this one.. and I really won't like to repeat it again, because I like all blogs, that I visit.
I hope you understand.
But thanks a lot :*
It's fine, I'm new with these things and I will be more carefull :)Delete
Witaj Beti. Bardzo apetyczne te ciacha! super blog i bardzo ciekawe pomysły. Pozdrawiam. AgaReplyDelete
absolutely delicious.i got to try these.ReplyDelete
Thank you! I'm trying to get sorted for Valentine's early because I'm always so forgetful, and this means I can give these a test run before it actually comes up! Of course, I couldn't possibly give the secret away before February so looks like I'll have to eat them all myself... what a shame! :)ReplyDelete
lucky you! I had to share them, my sister almost finished them by herselfDelete
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Hope to be good blogging friends! Helen.
These are so cute and look delicious!ReplyDelete
These sound wonderful, Beti! Chocolate is always a favorite of mine and what a delicious way to fill them.ReplyDelete
qué delicia y con daditos de fresa!!! Se las prepararé a mi hija, que le encantarán ;)ReplyDelete
espero que le gusten, a mi me encantaron!Delete
I love how you filled your cookies, Beti! Strawberries, chocolate & cream filling...oh my!!ReplyDelete
My stomach rumbled just reading this post... must head to the grocery store immediately!ReplyDelete
These look wonderful--love the fresh strawberries in the middle!ReplyDelete
These are so adorable! I love the little heart sprinkle on top. And it's never too early for Vday desserts!ReplyDelete
These are so cute! I love the idea of filling them with the strawberries...combined with the marscapone filling they sound divine!ReplyDelete
These are so cute and look delightfully delicious! Love that creamy center :)ReplyDelete
These cookies are adorable! And, what a surprise when I scrolled down and saw the strawberries you used to fill the cookies. It is such a beautiful pop of color in your photograph, and I bet it tastes delicious paired with the chocolate and cream filling!ReplyDelete
Hi Beti! These cookies are adorable - but the filling is heavenly!! I have a surprise for you on my blog - hope to see you there!! :)ReplyDelete