Dark Chocolate Chip Salted Caramel Cookies will satisfy all your cravings in one delicious cookie!
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My guess is you’re probably already convinced you need these Dark Chocolate Chip Salted Caramel Cookies in your life, but I’ll tell you some more about them anyway!
I created a Basic Dark Chocolate Cookie and then I decided I wanted to add even more deliciousness to them! I came up with a few different versions (more on that later!), but if I had to choose one as my own personal favorite, it would be this one! I pressed dark chocolate chips (Yes! Those are really dark chocolate chips, that dark cocoa powder is seriously dark!) and small pieces of caramel all over the top of the cookies before baking. As soon as they came out of the oven, I sprinkled them with a pinch of salt!
I have two recommendations if you make these cookies (I’ll put them in the recipe as well so they are there if you print it off). First, don’t mix the chips and caramel pieces into the batter. Instead, press a bunch of them onto the top of the raw dough before baking (see my photos for an example). Because this recipe makes a thin cookie, the caramel will go through them easily. They turned out 100 times better when I didn’t mix them in.
Second, let them cool fully before removing them from the baking sheet. My impatience got the best of me (in my defense I was baking about 6 different cookies that day haha!), and I broke a few in my rush to get them off the sheet. When I let them cool fully, they came off without a problem.
These Dark Chocolate Chip Salted Caramel Cookies are perfection, in my eyes. A decadent, thin, chewy cookie with bursts of extra chocolate and gooey caramel, topped off with a hint of salt…what more could you need? Well, besides a tall, ice cold glass of milk!
I plan to play around with the recipe some more to see if I can convert it to a fatter chewy cookie, and maybe a crispy version, just for fun. Do you have a favorite type of cookie?
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