These Neapolitan Cookie Sandwiches will be hit for sure! A Strawberry Cookie and a Chocolate Cookie filled with yummy vanilla buttercream!
I’m learning a little something about myself this summer.
I always used to say I loved the hot weather.
Which is like, partially true.
I like when it’s warm because you have options. But I don’t actually like being hot. Because that means you sweat and yeah, sweat and me aren’t that close.
Sweat = frizzy bangs and melty make up. And frizzy bangs above all the other things in the world are my least favorite.
Well, that and murder. You can’t forget murder.
In the winter though, your options are limited.
But in the summer you can do stuff.
Wanna ride bikes?
Sure, no prob.
Wanna play Frisbee?
Again, lezz do it.
I mean, not that I actually ever DO any of that (frizzy bangs), but having it be there as choice is comforting. Because what if I WANTED to play Frisbee and couldn’t?
THAT would be a shame indeed.
But in all honesty my life is pretty much the same no matter what the temperature.
I enjoy weather from the inside.
Also summer, ALL THE BUGS!
Please, make them go elsewhere. I mean, I get the whole circle of life, everything has a purpose blabbity blah…but I am certain the world would still survive without flies.
But a real life summer win is eating ice cream.
I mean, I’m a believer in ice cream all the days, but there are those adorable people who reserve their ice cream intake for the summer months.
Well, today I decided to remedy that little bit of controversy.
I made summer ice cream cookies that can also be consumed every other day of the year without judgement from the peanut gallery.
Did any of this even make sense?
I need a summer nap.
Neapolitan Cookie Sandwiches.
So yes, you will need to make 2 batches of cookies for these. And yes, you will need to wash your mixing bowl in between.
Sorry about this inconvenience.
To flavor the cookies I decided to give Strawberry and Chocolate Syrup a try.
And I’m not talking about real strawberry syrup. I’m talking about the syrup that you add to milk to make it pink and sweet.
The strawberry cookie dough will be super sticky…but measure out about a tablespoon for each cookie. Press it onto a parchment lined baking sheet. Flatten the dough a bit because these cookies hold their shape…
Next make your chocolate cookies.
Don’t worry about pressing the chocolate ones down, they spread a bit more.
Aren’t they cute? Then whip up some vanilla buttercream.
Yes, this will require another mixing bowl wash.
Spread it onto the bottom of a strawberry cookie and then press the chocolate one on top! How fun are these?
We enjoyed every last one of these babies!