Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Cooking with Alicia & Annie--Fudge Sandwhich Cookies

" sidewalks...busy sidewalks...dressed in holiday the air there is a feeling of christmas....soon it will be christmas day...."

As a child I used to wait for two dates most in the entire year--one was Sep.4th (my birthday) and the other was Dec.25th (Christmas day).
I clearly recall one such Chrishtmas eve. I was in std 7th then. I loved putting up stockings at my bed post, and then strictly instructing my parents not to put anything in it ( I had a hunch!) so that I can check for sure whether or not Santa actually visits us. Much to my dismay, I didn't find anything...but I wasn't really upset. My point proven, I went ahead and enjoyed the cheer. Thats' the beauty of this festival, you are bound to be HAPPY! And as for gifts my dad in any case spoiled me often (have been a papa's girl always) and Christmas was no different. lol....

It was pointed out to me quite recently that I have been on a sugar spree lately. I am shamefully aware of that. But c'mon I think I can be excused for posting so many sweet goodies/recipes. Cheer up happens just once in a indulge! :-p

This is a another of the many fudge recipes from Annie's Recipes.

Fudge Sandwhich Cookies


1 1/4 cup butter or margarine
2 cup sugar
2 eggs
2 tsp. vanilla
2 cups flour
1 tsp. baking soda
3/4 cups cocoa
1/2 tsp. salt

( I halved the quantity of the ingredients as I was making/testing with a small batch)


Cream butter or margarine and sugar in large mixing bowl.
Add eggs and vanilla, blend well.
Combine flour, cocoa, baking soda and salt (no need to seive).Blend into creamed mixture.
Drop onto ungreased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 8-9 minutes.

Note: My fudge cookies were a little less like fudge and a little more like cookies, nevertheless delicious. :P

I served them with my favourite ice-cream dollop in between. They were yum...!

This goes out to Cooking with Alicia & Annie's Dec. blog event.


  1. Thanks for appreciating the effort dear.

    Thanks again Amanda :)

  2. Hey Klasiktatlar..forgive me but I don't know where to comment...sorry I do not understand turkish! :(

  3. Hey Navita, these fudge sandwich cookies look absolutely tempting...I just tagged you for the Breadline Africa bakeoff at
    Hope it is okay with you ,if it is too much trouble feel free to skip this :-)

  4. These fudge cookies are to die for! I love the sandwich effect... lovely

  5. cookies looks very delicious. I am first time here. You have a very nice blog.

  6. Hey Navita, I meant to put this earlier. Your links are going wrong - When I click on the link I am sent to

    Please check up - it should be storm and not strom.

  7. Thank you Maria, Usha, Anudivya and Trupti for loving these do I. :D

    Usha,thanks for tagging me dear. MY FIRST ever can I miss it..ofcourse its not a problem...I am not working nor do I have kids I don't think I have any excuse to not participate.

    Hey Harini I guess I have butter the error in the URL I was using to commnet on your blog. Hope that was the only place of error...Do let me know plz if correction is required anywhere else too.


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