Chocolate Chip Cookie and Peanut Butter Mini Sandwiches!

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Introduction: Chocolate Chip Cookie and Peanut Butter Mini Sandwiches!

A super easy to make treat that is made with well known New England products as ingredients! 

Freihofer's Chocolate Chip Cookies and Teddie All Natural Peanut Butter







(The pictures of the box of cookies and the jar of peanut butter are from the Freihofer's and Teddie websites.)

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Step 1: First Things First

Before beginning, always wash your hands!

Step 2: Next, Get Out What You Will Need:

We shall be civilized and get out the following items:

1 plate
a tablespoon - for measuring peanut butter
1 butter knife - for spreading peanut butter
a couple napkins (not pictured)

Each sandwich requires:
* 2 delicious soft and chewy Freihofer's Chocolate Chip Cookies
** 1/2 tablespoon of Teddie All Natural Peanut Butter


Step 3: Begin Spreading Peanut Butter!

Begin spreading peanut butter!

1.) First fill tablespoon measure with level amount of peanut butter. This will give you enough for two sandwiches in a consistent way!

2.) Pick up a cookie and spread peanut butter. 

3.) Take another cookie and place on the spread peanut butter. Press lightly. 

4.) Done! 


Continue making as many sandwiches as you like!

Step 4: Calorie Information!

Keep in mind that they are 165 calories each!

Each sandwich requires:
* 2 delicious soft and chewy Freihofer's Chocolate Chip Cookies
** 1/2 tablespoon of Teddie All Natural Peanut Butter

Calorie Info:
* According to the Freihofer's box, one serving size of these soft and chewy cookies is 2 cookies.
120 calories, 10 grams of sugars, 6 grams of fats
** According to the Teddie jar, 2 Tbsp of peanut butter is one serving
180 calories, 3 grams of sugars, 16 grams of fats

2 mini sandwiches would be 240 calories (4 cookies) + 90 calories (1 Tbsp)  = 330 calories!

(OK! You are a grown up, so do what you think is best!)

Step 5: The Finished Product!

Now or later?

These can be eaten right away, OR youcould freeze them for later. Then they are like ice cream cookies. 

Have fun!

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    alaut
    alaut

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Combo of two of my favorites...fun idea.