Toffee-Chip Shortbread Cookies
A little crunch and a little chocolate goes a long way to making these Toffee-Chip Shortbread Cookies taste so amazing. These slice 'n' bake cookies are perfect during the holidays. They can even be prepared days in advance and baked the day of!
Thin and Chewy Toffee Bits Cookies | Mel's Kitchen Cafe
Delightfully chewy, these delicious toffee cookies are soft and buttery with that signature burnt caramel/toffee taste that is irresistible!
Butter Pecan Cookies | The Recipe Critic
Soft, chewy, Butter Pecan Cookies made with lightly toasted pecans and (optional) crunchy toffee bits. No chilling or mixer required!
Toffee Shortbread Cookies – The Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap 2013
This was my first year participating in The Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap. I was so excited to share cookies with other bloggers while raising money for Cookies for Kids Cancer. I chose to bake to…
Bakery Style Chocolate Chip Toffee Cookies - Plain Chicken
Bakery Style Chocolate Chip Toffee Cookies - crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. Perfection!! All you need is a glass of milk! Butter, brown sugar, eggs, vanilla, baking soda, flour, chocolate chips, toffee bits and pecans. Cookies are best when dough is chilled for a couple of hours before baking. These are better than any bakery cookie! We could not stop eating them! SO good!! #cookies #chocolatechip #cookie #dessert
Heath Bar Cookies
Heath Bar Cookies recipe: If you appreciate a good Heath Bar or English Toffee you will love these delicious, easy to make cookies. They are slightly soft and incredibly chewy with a nice crunch along the edge. The Heath bar pieces brings the flavor to a whole other level and just makes them irresistible.
Heath Bar Cookies
These perfect addicting cookies are filled with brown sugar for a caramel flavor and heath bar bits, and are so so YUMMY! With a chewy center and a crisp edge. #perfectcookies #best #cookierecipes #heathbarcookies #cookieideas #homemade #Howtomake
Frosted Butter Rum Brickle Bites
The rum, real butter and toffee bits made these cookies my husband’s new favorite. If you’d like them less sweet, skip the frosting and sprinkle the cookies with confectioners’ sugar while still warm. —Cindy Nerat, Menominee, Michigan