Caramel Stuffed Brown Sugar Cookies are incredibly soft and chewy and infused with brown butter and topped with sea salt! Best cookies EVER and no chill time!
This past Christmas, I made chocolate cookies stuffed with caramel, sprinkled with sea salt and dusted with powdered sugar – oh. my. yum. I have been craving caramel stuffed cookies ever since. The only down side to these cookies was the dough had to chill for a few hours and when you have plates and plates of goodies to get out the door – or you just have a mad craving for caramel stuffed cookies – waiting three hours can be torturous.
So I decided to stuff my favorite ever (no chilling required) brown sugar cookies with caramel and I think Kiwi’s response does my own elation justice: click HERE
These insanely soft cookies start with nutty brown butter – you know, just to make them even more delicious and because melted butter = a chewier cookie…
You then proceed to whip up your cookie dough as usual, but the use of brown sugar adds an additional depth of chewiness, richness and oomph of brown sugar flavor – perfect for cocooning soft, melty caramel.
To make the caramel surprise inside, you simply sandwich a soft caramel in-between 2 tablespoons of cookie dough, pinching the edges and squeezing into a ball.
You then sprinkle the dough with sea salt and bake for approximately 12 minutes. The cookies will seem soft but let them cool for 5 minutes on the baking sheet to slightly firm up and you will have the softest, chewiest cookies ever…
With brown butter, caramel and sea salt.
Caramel Stuffed Brown Butter Sugar Cookies with no chill time. Because when you get a craving for caramel stuffed cookies – you need them now.
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Adapted from Cooks Illustrated Magazine: Best Desserts Ever, Brown Sugar Cookies, page 88
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