Yield: Yields about 24 sandwich cookies (about 2-1⁄4 in. in diameter)
These chocolate pecan cookies are one of the best-loved cookies in the bakery—chocolaty, buttery, melt-in-your-mouth wafers sandwiched around a mellow, creamy, brown butter pecan filling. A sandwich cookie, by nature, will take more effort to make than a drop cookie, because you have to make double the quantity of cookies, make the filling, let the cookies cool, then sandwich them together. Despite these extra steps, there’s nothing particularly difficult about this recipe.
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