Another Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookies
This cookie recipe of another Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe, combines two favorites into one, salted caramel and chocolate chip cookies. You just have to take a look at the cookie recipe photos, and your mouth will start to water. This could easily be your new favorite cookie recipe.
You can serve this cookie recipe any time of year, they are great for after school snacks, or packed into school lunches. You will have trouble just having one, once you try this amazing cookie. This salted caramel chocolate chip cookie recipe will satisfy your sweet and salty craving. The caramel flavored cookie dough has chocolate chips, with melted caramel pieces and a nice sprinkle of sea salt to make the perfect mix.
The soft caramels that are used in this delicious cookie recipe are just perfect for the dough. They are just caramels that are cut into four pieces, so they are just the right size to add to the cookie recipe. The size of the caramels is just right, so you don't have a big mess that runs all over the cookies. When the cookie dough is done, you can place a sheet of parchment paper or wax paper and drop the cookie dough balls on top of. Once the cookie dough balls are formed, you can always add some more chocolate chips on top, along with one or two pieces of the caramel chunks, and then sprinkle with some of the caramel chunks. Then sprinkle with a bit of a carse sea salt, for cookie perfection. Then you freeze the cookie dough balls for a couple of hours, or even overnight, just remember to cover them with plastic wrap if your leaving in the refrigerator overnight.
What would we do without chocolate? There is just so much to love about the sweet treat. Chocolate is popular all over the world, and you will find it in a wide variety of dessert recipes, drink recipes, cookie recipes, bar recipes, cake recipes and more. Chocolate has been around for a long time, traced back all the way to the Mokaya of Mexico and Guatemala.
Another trick to make this cookie recipe just right is a trick for ensuring that the cookies are soft and tender, not too hard. Try underbaking the cookies, and be sure not to over bake them, it's as simple as that. This cookie recipe only takes about ten minutes to bake. You might think that the cookie recipe is a bit too soft, but once you let them cool for a bit, these cookies will be amazing, with soft, chewy centers, exactly what you want. You can also sprinkle a bit of a coarse sea salt over the cookies once they get out of the oven so that the cookies will set with the salt.
The creator of this recipe blog is Kimberly; she is a foodie, photographer, and writer behind this recipe blog. She started the recipe blog as a creative outlet, and she wanted it to be centered around one of her favorite things, and that is food. She enjoys eating food, creating it, preparing and sharing it. Along the way, she also discovered she enjoys sharing photos of it. She does have a sweet tooth, but you will find savory recipes on the site too. She thinks there is nothing better than a perfect chocolate chip cookie recipe, or cupcake recipe, but she also enjoys making a nice savory dinner recipe. Many of the recipes on the site are created by her, but she will also share recipes that she finds on other sites, magazine and food blogs, always making sure to give credit, where credit is due.
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