Wow, these are incredible! Although I hate to make cookies, these went together easily and came out fantastic! My whole family loved these!
Yummy & easy!
This is a great recipe especially if you prefer butter to shortening in your cookie recipes. I was worried the butter may make them flat but they turned out great and I think they taste more rich than other recipes that use shortening.
Yum! The family really enjoyed these cookies :) They were gone in less than 24 hours :) Thank you for posting this recipe :)
these are wonderful, I would have made them sooner but I could not find rollo candies in any of my grocery or drug stores I finally found them in a dollar store, these are delicious, I ended up giving most to my DS and fiance who thoroughly enjoyed them, thanks for sharing MRSJSPANTS!
This is my Grandchildren`s favorite cookie, thank you for sharing
I found this recipe on about.com when I was looking for good recipes to mail to one of my husband's co-workers in Iraq....the cookies came out perfectly, very soft and well-molded around the treats inside. I had twenty-three cookies, but I used a good amount of dough around each treat (probably a Tbsp each for top and bottom of the treats). The commissary didn't have any Rollos, so I used Dove caramel chocolates and Reeses miniature cups. To distinguish between the two, I made markings on the top of each cookie before baking. Baking these for about 9 minutes left the cookies still soft after cooling for ten minutes. I absolutely recommend this cookie to anyone! (Oh, and I added a dash of cinnamon to the dough for extra spice) I didn't do the glaze since I'm shipping them, but in case you would like to try it, I'm adding it to the review. Happy eating! Optional Glaze: 1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips 1/2 tsp smooth peanut butter Melt chocolate chips and peanut butter together until smooth. Pour into a plastic zip-top bag, squeeze out the air, and seal. Cut a small corner from the bottom of the bag and drizzle chocolate over the tops of the cooled cookies.