They should just call these You’re a Fat-Ass Cookies, because if your ass isn’t fat before you eat these, it will be after! LOL.
Oreo-wrapping in progress
Right out of the oven
My review: These were better than I thought they’d be. I would say everybody should make these at least once. They are not as rich as I thought they’d be. I had my first one this morning with coffee. They would be a neat thing to take to a party or the office or something like that. They’re definitely a conversation piece…and they’re good. I would wait until they’re completely cool and then cut them in half with a knife (as the first picture above shows) and then place them on a plate to serve. One cookie is just huge and too much if you have other food to sample.
*I did not refrigerate my raw dough before assembling the cookies. It worked fine. I would think it would be harder to do if you refrigerated it and the dough became harder.
*I used mini chocolate chips only because that’s what I had. But I think they worked better than regular-size chips because it was easier to wrap the dough with little chunks instead of big ones.
*I baked them 6 full minutes longer than the recipe calls for. They were just raw cookie dough at 13 minutes. These are still soft and just perfect, in my opinion, baked for 18 minutes.
*I used Double-Stuff Oreos like the author did.
Here is the recipe link if you missed it the first time: Buns in My Oven
See ya tomorrow.