These were so easy to make. I did double the fudge part because my cookie dough was 15 ounces or so. They did look like I had spent so much more time than I did.
I made these for my niece's college music recital for over 125 students, parents, and guests. They were well received with comments like "These are so good!" and "I would love to learn how to make these. Do you know who made them so I can get the recipe?" I was happy to give her the recipe! The tray was just about empty, so they were definately a BIG HIT. I will surely be making these again. Thanks so much for a quick, simple and delicious cookie.
I've made these many, many times for my boyfriend's boss, who thinks I spend hours in the kitchen making them. I, too, double the filling and make deep indentations. This year they are making a surprise entry in our company's annual cookie exchange,
These were very easy and very tasty. My kids loved them. I made them for a wedding shower & froze them tonight. I'm sure they will be well received. My only problem was that I didn't have enough chocolate filling for all of the tarts. I may have made the indentions too large, since I used a tart tamper instead of a 1/2 teaspoon. I'll try that next time, or make more filling! Thanks.
So simple and so good. I used some of a tub of peanut butter chocolate chunk cookie dough that I had purchased from the local high school cheerleaders' fundraiser. These little tarts will find a home on my holiday trays for sure as they are so simple, but yet impressive.