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18 comments to “Walnut Cream Cheese Sandwich Cookies”

  1. Yum, Tim! Thanks for making these. You made my 10,000th day sweet!

  2. those look delicious! anything that has a yummy cream cheese filling has my vote :)

  3. this is delicious! I haven’t tasted cookies with cream cheese felling. You got me there with walnuts…. @drooling now@

  4. Karin's Mom says:

    November 27th, 2008 at 5:59 pm

    Well, Karin has limited my responses to boring, predictable comments. However, she is not very fast and I know I can push the send button, quicker than she can edit. I found your use of unsalted butter exquisite–light and crisp—or as Karin would say when she was little—thick and creamy, like a twinkie.

  5. Karin's Mom says:

    November 27th, 2008 at 6:02 pm

    Tim! I think you should pursue your passion in book form. I would be delighted to add editorial zing to your delicious cookie fantasies.

  6. Karin's Mom says:

    November 27th, 2008 at 8:39 pm

    Dear Tim,
    Karin is at Walmart, now, so we can talk. You are cordially invited to any Sunday dinner (24 hour notice required), so I can share my “down from the farm,” ancient Danish secrets. I hope we can meet someday, because you sound fun. Do you have any gluten-free recipes for a friend of mine, who cannot enjoy cookies? Okay, well I just heard the door and Karin is back, so we have to part.

  7. Karin’s Mom! I will be taking you up on the offer for a down-home dinner. Your friend should check out this blog: http://glutenfreegirl.blogspot.com/ it is really amazing and dedicated to gluten-free cooking.
    I’ll look forward to meeting, and I hope Karin enjoyed Walmart (I can’t believe they are open on Thanksgiving!)

  8. Karin's Mom says:

    November 30th, 2008 at 6:34 am

    I have forwarded the website to my friend and I thank you. Maybe we can gather after Christmas. I love your blog and cannot wait to try the potato dish. Have fun at work!

  9. This thread is amazing. Karin’s mom, can I come too? I don’t have a website but I am also fun.

  10. […] a rosemary cashew recipe. Thinking about Tim reminded me of another recipe he posted recently, for walnut sandwich cookies. Thus: rosemary–>cookies–>nuts–>walnut cookies–>rosemary walnut […]

  11. i love that you celebrated Sarah’s 10,000 day. it’s like celebrating groundhog’s day! who does that?!

    as crazy as it is, it inspired me to calculate my own. i’m 6 days away! i’m so glad i read this before i’d missed it! if i had a food processor, i would make these in honor of the occasion!

  12. I just pulled these cookies out of the oven, and they smell fantastic. My mom was lecturing me about how much butter was in them, but she got pretty quiet after she tried one. I cannot wait to take them over to my friend’s house for our Back to the Future Marathon!

  13. Karin's Mom says:

    April 20th, 2009 at 1:16 am

    Dear Fun Sarah,
    I was just browsing Tim’s website and found you had replied. Of course you are invited! Maybe we will invite Karin too.

  14. My hips and I can certify these as magically delicious — and I haven’t even put the cream cheese filling on yet. Damn you and your crisp, delicate shortbread delights!

  15. Hey Jenn, Glad you liked them. Those cookies remain one of favorites!

  16. how many cookies does this recipe typically yield?

  17. Hi Gilly, I think I would get around 24 sandwich cookies out of this. They are so good!

  18. Great cookies. I took them to a party – and they were the first to go. I made the cookies into a drop cookie – which saved a lot of time. I frosted the top of the cookies. So easy. Can also use a buttercream icing on top with butter, confectioners sugar, vanilla and milk. Yum! Thanks for a delicious recipe – will go into my recipe file. Definitely a keeper!