Leave it to dessert maven Christina Tosi of NYC’s Milk Bar to pinpoint exactly where many home bakers go wrong with cookie dough.

By F&W Editors
October 28, 2015

A stuffed cookie is like a sandwich cookie, only with more cream on the inside—it's fatter, fuller and (if you're the kind of person who twists apart the cookies to get to the cream) better. Jessica Sullivan, the pastry chef at Boulevard restaurant in San Francisco, makes hers with nutty chocolate-chip cookies and silky chocolate ganache.

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According to Tosi, the most common mistake when it comes to cookies is overmixing the dough. Watch the video below from 2015’s Food & Wine Classic in Aspen to find out the right way to mix cookie dough and how to take your cookies from good to spectacular.



Recipe Pictured: Ganache-Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies