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Salted Caramel Stuffed Chocolate Cookies

Salted Caramel Stuffed Chocolate Cookies

Salted Caramel Stuffed Chocolate Cookies

These cookies look soooooo tempting!

My husband is terrified of bugs. He thrashes and does very odd dance moves to get away from them all summer long.

Sounds like that fence is a project! These cookies have much better instant gratification!

I don’t blame him at all -they bite! Nobody wants all the itch.

You remind me of myself Sometimes I think my own hair is a spider crawling on my back!!

Oh yea, I end up thinking something is always crawling on me the rest of the day.

We stained out deck yesterday so I can completely relate. I had a huge board bee hanging out with me most of the day.

These cookies sounds delightful. Love how dark they are and all that gooey caramel has me drooling.

I got a bee in my car this weekend too! I am glad I noticed before I started driving or I would have probably killed myself! It seems so early for the bugs to be out in full force already\u2026

Oh my gosh -laughed out loud at that story I’ve had that happen before and my husband cracks up at my bug “dance\u201d. Way back when my sister and I were collecting for the paper we delivered. It was at night and we thought we were being followed. We ran for our lives. After calming down at home we couldn’t stop laughing because we realized it was our own flip flops! I made 2 of your recipes this past week (No Bake Funfetti Cheesecake and your Chocolate Nutella Cake. Both were big hits. I can’t wait to try these cookies.

Oh my gosh, these cookies have my name written ALL over them. And that dark cocoa? And that drippy caramel? They look irresistible!!

Gosh I HATE bugs but I LOVE THESE!!!

Oh wow, these look so dark, intense and rich!! And that gooey centre, oh my -I need these!

OMG, i want these cookies now

NOM NOM NOM. I am LOVING the dark chocolate cookies!

So decadent! Bugs are no fun

Do you use half of a full size candy bar, or a fun size? It just seemed like a full size might be a little big but i’m not sure. Thanks!

Yes, it’s the fun size candy bars. I added that note. Thanks Sophie!

I am so glad you survived the wasp incident and lived to tell about it! Won’t Jessie get stung in her mouth if she does catch it!? I am drooling over these cookies!! I wish I had about 5 right now! Salted caramel and chocolate cookies sound pretty much perfect right now!

I’ve wondered the same about Jessie getting stung, but I don’t know. I’m not sure she’d feel it. If she’s been stung before, it doesn’t seem to stop her.

Yum yum yum! This looks so so good! Anything with caramel in it catches my eye! I love that you paired it with sea salt too! Sounds so good! i am pinning this recipe to try later! Thanks for sharing!

Wow! Such a nice blog! So tempted. And I’m not even a sweet tooth!

What difference does salted butter make?

You will want to have salt in the recipe one way or another for flavor. If you prefer unsalted butter, just add salt separately. Does that answer your question?

Hi there,

I’m in Australia and for some bizarre reason I can’t get Simply Caramel Milky Bars here! Is there any subs you could suggest? There are regular milky ways and soft caramels (thought not covered in chocolate as the Milky Way), or just homemade caramel? Hope you can help! Thank you

I would think soft caramels should ok. Do you have Rolos there? They’d work as well.

These Salted Caramel Stuffed Chocolate Cookies are to die for! A dark chocolate cookie is stuffed with half of a Simply Caramel Milky Way, then sprinkled with sea salt.

So yesterday the hubs and I finally got around to starting to stain our fence that was installed in January. We’d waited for it to warm up and finally stop raining, so now it’s time.

And it is going to be a big job. Like whoa.

We got a quote for someone to do it for us and decided to do it ourselves. With the expense of our upcoming trip to South Africa, we decided to save a little, but it’s going to take several weekends. It’s a pretty big fence. I do love the color we picked though and I can’t wait to see it done.

The only thing is, now that it’s warm, we aren’t the only ones to come out of hiding. The bugs are out in force. And they were toying with us.

First, I was sitting and eating lunch outside while the hubs painted and a wasp came around. Jessie was sitting next to me (duh, there was food) and she all of a sudden snapped at it! She hates the buzzing of bees and wasps. Hates it. We’ll be on a walk and she’ll stop right in the middle of walking to snap at a bee. It always freaks me out because if she misses and pisses it off, it might come for me. I would not be happy.

She managed to get the wasp this time, but it wasn’t hurt and flew off. So I started screaming. Not like a crazy scream, but an “oh, crap! The wasp is going to come back and sting me”scream. It didn’t though. We survived.

Then a few minutes later, it looked like the hubs was having a seizure as he thrashed around -paint brush in hand. Some crazy critter had ATTACKED! He survived.

Then, I was painting the fence and heard a bug and lifted my arm with the paint brush up to swat at it. All of sudden I felt several things hit my arm and I screamed like mad thinking it was bugs! Scared the crap out of the hubs! But it was just paint dripping from my brush onto my arm. Oops.

Clearly I was jumpy. Too many bugs -and I don’t do bugs.

Shortly after that I went back inside and baked. I need full body armor next time.

While I actually like helping with stuff like painting the fence (I’m weird, I know), it’s much safer inside making things like these cookies.

They are so yummy! They are made with my usual chocolate cookie base. They are soft, chewy and so chocolatey. I stuffed them with half of a caramel filled milky way. A full milky way is a little big.

I actually tried using Dove caramels first, but I didn’t care much for the way they melted in the cookie. The milky way was much better. I’d think Rolos would also work well, but may be be a little smaller.

To add the candy bar to the cookie, make your ball of dough (about 2 tbsp in size), break it in half and sandwich the candy between the dough. Press the edges of the dough together, sealing the candy inside.

Place the balls of dough onto a cookie sheet lined with either parchment paper or a silicone baking mat. I personally love silicone baking mats because they are reusable.

Sprinkle a little sea salt on top and bake! Don’t pass on the sea salt -it adds a whole lot of fun. My mom was super excited when she bit into these and tasted the salt. She couldn’t believe how awesome a little sprinkle of salt made a cookie.

These cookies are the jam! So good! And they are especially delicious warm. A warm chocolate cookie with melted caramel inside, and a little sea salt. Yum! Put a fork in me, I’m done.


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Salted Caramel Shortbread Bars

Peanut Butter Chocolate Cookie Sandwiches

Recipes from friends:

Salted Caramel Chocolate Pecan Pie from American Heritage Cooking

Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cheesecakes from Sally’s Baking Addiction

Chocolate Caramel Layered Dessert from Mom on Timeout

Original article and pictures take http://www.lifeloveandsugar.com/2015/05/04/salted-caramel-stuffed-chocolate-cookies site

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