sandwich sandwich cookies for a sandwich lunch box

I just happened upon these photographs of sandwich sandwich cookies that I’ve had for months. I found this cute little sandwich lunch box and bought it for a friend for her birthday. (Her birthday is September 5th, so that’s how many months these photos have been hiding.) I filled the tin with little sandwich sandwich cookies.

I found the lunchbox in a little gift shop here in DC, but I searched online and found the lunchbox for sale HERE.

These are super easy to make. I used my cookie dough, rolled it out, cut out little squares with a 1 1/2 inch square cutter, pinched the sides, baked, let cool, then spread my icing between two cookies. I might’ve piped the icing on because I pipe everything, but you can use a spatula or knife.

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Comments

  1. LilaLoa says

    Oh, I LOVE this idea! Little bread cookies…I'm totally going to make some that look like a club sandwich. Ha ha ha ha…my little boy would LOVE these!

  2. NanaSue from CT says

    Great little sandwiches! For years I've been making "Peanut Butter and Fluff" cookies:
    Sugar cookie dough rolled and rubbed with some hot cocoa mix (end result = crust) and sliced and pinched to resemble bread slices, bake. Make sure the side of the cookies that were on the baking sheet are the outside of the sandwich cookie (looks very toasted-bread-like), sandwich two together with a little peanut butter and a little marshmallo fluff. Wrap individual cookie sandwiches with waxed paper and "serve" in a brown paper lunch bag. Fun!

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