Pepperidge Farm's Milano cookies were my cookie of choice growing up; whenever I was allowed to pick out a treat at the grocery store, I always reached for them. I mean, crisp, buttery cookies, filled with a fudgy chocolate center? You can't beat that.
This recipe for DIY Milano cookies means you can make them at home whenever the craving strikes.
While the recipes for both the cookies and the fudge filling are fairly straightforward, the most difficult part of making your own Milano cookies is piping the cookie batter out in uniform rows. Luckily, Sarah gives some helpful pointers on how to make this a bit easier.
Once you bake, cool, and fill the cookies, give yourself a pat on the back for recreating this classic dessert in your own home kitchen.
→ Get the Recipe: Milano Cookies from The Vanilla Bean Blog