Pop star Ally Brooke's killer cookie sandwiches

The former "Fifth Harmony" member is showing Keke and Lance how to make oatmeal cookie sandwiches with cream cheese filling.
5:52 | 07/18/19

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It has over 6 million views and has been streamed over 10 million times. Here she is, the super talented ally Brooke. Hey girl. Good morning. Hey girlfriend. Ally, we know you are a great singer but you love to bake too. I do. What are we making today? This is one of my favorite things in the entire world actually inspired at the bakery here. At the plaz plaza -- it's like my favorite hotel. "Home alone" shoutout. I went to the food court and there's a bakery, a thing called Billy's bakery and I tried this. Basically it's oatmeal cookies with cream cheese frosting. That sounds good. I love oatmeal cookies and anything cream cheese. Yes, girl. It's basically paradise. So how do we start this? Yeah, give me a tour. All right, y'all, so in here we have the wet ingredients and I'm going to add this real quick. We're going to separate the wet ingredients from the dry and you're going to actually put together all the dry greed yet together. This is brown sugar, regular granulated brown sugar, yes, and some butter. Butter makes it better. I got the oatmeals' I guess and this is the -- You said the oatmeals. The oats, baby. You got the flour. Okay. The brown sugar. The cinnamon. The cinnamon. Give it a good whiff. Ally, how long have you been baking? I've been baking since I was about, man, like 12 years old. I'm from Texas, San Antonio. The south. We do. My grandmother and my mom taught me all about cooking and baking. Same here. Shoutout to Mimi. Hi, Mimi. Hi, Mimi. Same here. So I was a young girl growing up in the kitchen with my family and my dad, my mom would bake during the holidays and just throughout the whole entire year. It's so funny, ally, this is our first time meeting but I know all the members of your group. Yes. How is it performing now without them because I know it must be fun for you guys to be on stage together. What's the difference? What's good about it and what do you miss? It's crazy because, like, being on my own, it's so awesome because we're all able to do what we love and do the music that really is in our hearts and represents us and I'm able to be out there doing the music that I love, creating the arts and the vision as an individual, you know. My first single "Low key", we got to see that and hear that, infuse my Latin vibes, urban and social vibe. Now, I'm supposed to pour this -- Pour this into -- you do it like real careful. You don't have to do it all together. I'm feeling very Rachael ray. Yes. Queen Rachael. What's so funny is you feel like you can just get so close to somebody. I'm over here blocking you. You're fine. You can put a little bit or -- I'll just dump the whole thing. That works. That totally works. How did you start performing, ally? Well, okay, I started singing when I was about nine years old -- Sorry. You're perfect, girl. Hold on, y'all. That looks and smells amazing. She killed the dry ingredients. Yes, I started singing when I was nine years old and I think a lot of people don't know that I was actually really shy. What? I was so shy, y'all. One of the first times I sang was in the church. I think I was six years old and it was like "This little light of mine" or something and I was like, this -- little -- light -- and I turned around. I turned around it was so bad. Then at nine I really fell in love with it because of my elementary school teacher who changed my life and at nine years old I started performing around my city and I even performed at the garden center in Walmart. I performed everywhere. What? Shoutout to Walmart. Roll and push. Roll and squish. Roll and squish the cookies. Do this. Do that. Put it together and just have fun. Just push it down. Yes. I should have greased my thumbs. It's okay. I made mine a little bigger. That will happen sometimes. It's okay. Just really have fun. Go big or go home, right? He really smashing them. Yes. We know. We're from the south. Go big or go home. Then, you put it in the oven. Preheat the oven, y'all, 350 degrees. Then it comes out like this. Look how beautiful. How long do you do it? You put it in for about 12 minutes until they're golden brown. Let them cool off. That's very important. Then look, get the cream cheese. I was really excited, ally. Come on, let's do it. You do yours too. You be on this side. Ally, what's next for you? Well, I'm really excited. Right now I have my single out called "Lips don't lie" that y'all can check out. And I'm working on some new music. I just want to continue putting out great music. I'm so thankful and blessed to anyone out there who supported my songs. My first single "Low key" and "Lips don't lie" went top 40 on .pop radio. That's huge. That's not easy to do. That's incredible. I'm going to continue to make music and you never know what else can happen. Maybe you and me can make some music together. Yes. I would like to see that. I would love that. I'm in L.A. And you're in L.A. Too so it's a done deal. I'm in L.A. Too. Am I chopped liver over here? I mean, come on. Get a nice new record for me and ally and Lance. You can find this delicious recipe on our Facebook page. Ally's single "Lips don't lie" is out now. Go and get it.

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