Sea Salt Caramel White Chocolate Cookies
Okay, here’s another superb cookie where I hit the gold mine! Sea Salt Caramel White Chocolate Cookies are as scrumptious as can be. I know by now you must think I’m fixated on my copycat recipe of Mrs. Field’s Chocolate Chip Cookies. Well, perhaps not exactly fixated, but it’s such a great base recipe for cookie dough that it’s become my go-to recipe for so many treats.
This lovely cookie is filled with both Sea Salt Caramel Chips and White Chocolate Chips. I purchase both at our local Kroger store. Hershey’s refers to them as Sea Salt Caramel and Kroger and other stores refer to them as salted caramel chips. If you don’t have Kroger stores in your area, try looking at H-E-B, Publix, King Souper, Tom Thumb, Food Lion, Ingles or Albertsons. I find the Hershey’s caramel chips at our local Wal-Mart. (It’s one of the bigger stores with more selection).
My personal preference is the Kroger private selection brand because the chips are brighter orange in color (and don’t fade into the cookie dough color) and they’re a little larger. I also can’t find true White Chocolate Chips anywhere in the Dallas Metroplex except Kroger and Trader Joe’s (which is not close to where we live). Everyone carries white chips (vanilla), but not White Chocolate Chips. Go for true white chocolate chips when you make this recipe.
My husband frequently gives out cookies with his job. So you will probably find more postings for cookies or brownies on my blog than anything else. I am constantly baking in order to give out homemade cookies. A lot of times I go with old stand by recipes, but more often than not I try to come up with something creative or try out a new recipe I’ve found on Pinterest.
Such was the case back in early August when I made these jewels. I made a Sea Salt Caramel version, one with chocolate, and this one with white chocolate. Oh my, talk about salivating. The aromas of these cookies baking reminded me of Pavlov’s dogs! It’s definitely time to
gorge, uh, eat five or ten, uh, one or two and satisfy my sweet tooth cravings. 🙁
If you’re in need of a dynamic recipe to top off your Labor Day fun, for tailgating parties this fall, or even Christmas cookie exchanges, give these amazing Sea Salt Caramel White Chocolate Cookies a try at your next opportunity. These addictive cookies will have you salivating just like Pavlov’s dogs. 🙂
Sea Salt Caramel White Chocolate Cookies will have you drooling!
These heavenly cookies are perfect for any tailgating party or potluck.
Prepare yourself for a sugar overload after one bite of these delicious jewels.
Here’s what I did.
I used these ingredients.
Soften butter. Add sugar, brown sugar, vanilla, eggs, salt, baking soda and baking powder.
Mix ingredients with an electric mixer until smooth and creamy.
Add UNBLEACHED all-purpose flour. Bleached flour toughens baked goods. Add a bag of salted caramel chips and white chocolate chips (NOT VANILLA CHIPS).
Stir ingredients with a wooden spoon to combine.
Spray cookie sheets with cooking spray. Roll dough into balls and place on greased cookie sheets.
Bake at 350 for 13-15 minutes or until done. (Sometimes mine have taken as long as 20 minutes if I have several racks going at once).
Sea Salt Caramel White Chocolate Cookies are the real deal. Take these to any party and watch them disappear. 🙂
Try a bite.
These cookies are very rich and extremely decadent.
Here’s the recipe.
SEA SALT CARAMEL WHITE CHOCOLATE COOKIES
(My own concoction)
If you enjoy caramel and white chocolate, you’ll love the combination in Sea Salt Caramel White Chocolate Cookies.
These cookies are perfect for fall baking or Christmas Cookie Exchanges and holiday parties.
If you need a chocolate fix, these outrageous cookies can handle that and then some. 🙂