Sandwich cookie

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A split sandwich cookie

A sandwich cookie, also known as a sandwich biscuit, is a type of cookie consisting of two cookies between which is a filling.[1][2][3][4] Many types of fillings are used, such as cream, ganache, buttercream, chocolate, cream cheese, jam, peanut butter, lemon curd, or ice cream.[1][2][4]

List of sandwich cookies/biscuits[edit]

Oreo sandwich cookies
  • Bourbon biscuit, thin rectangular dark chocolate–flavoured biscuits with a chocolate buttercream filling
  • Custard cream, creamy, custard-flavoured centre between flat biscuits
  • E.L. Fudge Cookies, butter-flavored shortbread cookies with a fudge creme filling
  • Hydrox, creme-filled chocolate sandwich cookie manufactured by Leaf Brands
  • Ice cream sandwich, frozen dessert consisting of ice cream between two wafers, cookies, or other similar biscuit
    • Chipwich, ice cream sandwich made of ice cream between two chocolate chip cookies and rolled in chocolate chips
  • Jammie Dodgers, shortbread with a raspberry or strawberry flavoured jam filling
  • Macaron, sweet meringue-based confection
  • Maple leaf cream cookies, maple leaf-shaped cookies with maple cream filling
  • Milano (cookie), thin layer of chocolate sandwiched between two biscuit cookies
  • Monte Carlo (biscuit), sweet biscuits sandwiching a creamy filling
  • Moon Pie, marshmallow sandwiched between two graham cracker cookies and dipped in a flavored coating
  • Nutter Butter, peanut-shaped cookies with a peanut butter filling
  • Nutty Bars, wafers with peanut butter and covered in chocolate
  • Oreo, a line of sandwich cookies—most notably a creme-filled chocolate sandwich cookie modeled after Hydrox—manufactured by Mondelez International
  • Prince de LU, biscuits with chocolate cream
  • Wafer, a crisp, often sweet, very thin, flat, and dry biscuit
  • Wagon Wheels, biscuits with marshmallow filling, covered in a chocolate
  • Whoopie pie, round, mound-shaped pieces of cake with a sweet, creamy filling

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