Snickerdoodle Sandwich Cookies with Marshmallow Buttercream are your classic snickerdoodle sandwiched together with the most luscious marshmallow buttercream. It’s truly a match made in heaven. You’re going to love these!
Several months ago my friend and I went to Cubby’s for lunch. To go along with our lunch, we each bought one of their snickerdoodle sandwich cookies because they were basically calling our names and we couldn’t resist.
After one bite, we were swooning over them! I have dreamt about that cookie for months and wanted to make my own version of it, so I finally did and I’m wishing I wouldn’t have waited so long.
Meet the delicious Snickerdoodle Sandwich Cookie with Marshmallow Butter Cream. It’s pretty spectacular and I should never be left alone with these cookies. I took our family favorite snickerdoodle recipe and made some marshmallow buttercream and joined them together in happy matrimony. It was as simple as that.
I think snickerdoodles are a cookie you absolutely love, or they’re one you could easily live without. I have always loved them, and every time I make them my boys ask why I don’t make them more often. They have the perfect balance of butter-softness with slightly crisp edges, and that warm cinnamon-sugar aroma gets me every time.
Now take that irresistible cookie and sandwich them together with the most delicious marshmallow buttercream. It’s kind of a match made in heaven!
These are divine!
(I actually overbaked this batch by about two minutes, so just ignore that slightly golden edges 🤦♀️)
A few tips for making these sandwich cookies:
- DO NOT overbake these cookies! When I’m making just snickerdoodles, I bake them until they edges begin to get slightly golden, 9 to 11 minutes. But for the sandwich version, I slightly underbake them so they are super soft — 8 minutes is all they need!
- Let these sit for a couple hours before eating them. I think they get even better after sitting for just a few hours, and they’re even better the next day!
- Don’t skimp on the marshmallow buttercream!
You really need to make these ASAP. If you do, I’d love to hear what you think.Print