Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookies


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Everyone has their list of favorite recipes, something that mom, dad, grandma or grandpa baked or cooked, it might include a recipe from Christmas dinner, or maybe its that dessert that you can't live without. I'am thinking chocolate chip cookies make plenty of peoples list, and couldn't resist reading further when I saw these "Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookies." This website started by Tiffany, a self taught cook started out as a way for her to catalog her own recipes, and well doing so she fell in love with the whole process of cooking, photography, eating, writing and sharing. She enjoys boating, traveling and eating lots of tacos, with her husband, who also happens to be her taste tester and editor in chief. The site has plenty of food photography, an e cookbook, cuisine, dinner, breakfast, dessert, appetizers and sides to try out.

Can you imagine your life without cookies? But seriously, with so many cookie varieties out there we are a bit spoiled when it comes to enjoying this sweet recipe. Cookies usually contain flour, eggs, sugar, and either butter, cooking oil or another oil or fat, and often including ingredients such as raisins, oats, chocolate chips or nuts. Cookies are often served with beverages such as milk, coffee or tea. In many other English speaking countries cookies are called biscuits. Some popular cookies are chocolate chip cookies, peanut butter cookies, biscotti, shortbread cookies, brownies, digestive biscuit, fortune cookie, pile, rum ball, Russian tea cake, snickerdoodle, sugar cookie, tea biscuit and wafers.

This salted caramel chocolate chip cookie recipe looks irresistible, with soft and chewy cookies, stuffed with caramel, and made with yummy whole ingredients, it doesn't really need any explaining, a simple look at the photos says it all. Caramel is a beige to dark brown confectionary made by heating any type of sugar. It can be used to flavor puddings, desserts, ice cream toppings, candy filling and custards. The process begins by slowly heating sugar to around 340 degrees fahrenheit. As sugar heats the molecules break down and reform to the color and flavor we know and love. Lots of candies, desserts and confections are made with caramel to include; brittles, nougats, pralines, creme brle, creme caramel, caramel apples and ice cream.Salted caramel seems to be the rage everywhere you go, from salted caramel donuts, salted caramel cake, salted caramel truffles, salted caramel hot chocolate, salted caramel cupcakes, salted caramel brownies, salted caramel chocolate torte, chocolate caramel cheesecake, salted caramel pecan tart, chocolate caramel buttercream chocolate cake, chocolate caramel frosting, salted caramel bundt cake, salted caramel apple pie, salted caramel sauce for your ice cream, the list really can go on and on, and I wouldn't mind if it did as I think salted caramel is one of my favorite things. Salted caramel is definitely something to be added to everyones list of favorites, I don't think you can go wrong by adding salted caramel to practically any dessert!


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