I enjoy baking and trying new goodies for special occasions and holidays. I came across this recipe just in time to try them out for my nephew’s graduation party. The were a huge hit! I combined a couple recipes and changed a few steps to simplify (in my opinion) and was very pleased with the outcome. The shortbread cookies are wonderful on their own and to use in other applications! Enjoy!
-Holy Cow! These were a hit, and spot on taste wise (if not a bit better). My family and neighbors adore these. I make them in little bite size squares and keep them in the freezer. They are always on hand for a quick treat when people drop by, or whenever you visit the freezer to get something. Thanks so much!
-could use any soft carmel like Kraft or whatever is available. There are usually some out there about now with Halloween and making carmel apples! Enjoy! You could also use the little round carmel balls in the baking section with the chocolate chips, but they are spendy! Hope this help!
-Made these cookies today! Turned out beautifully!! The caramel recipe that I used was from here on Just a pinch instead of using the store bought. Talk about one divine cookie candy bar! This recipe is a keeper. Not exactly easy to make but oh are they divine. I did two things differently. I cute the cookie dough into the rectangle first. Then I used chocolate almond bark. Didn’t freeze the cookies or refrigerate them since it makes chocolate dipping so hard to do. Set the cookie with the caramel on top of a fork. Dipped the cookie/caramel into the chocolate. Turned out perfectly. Look like a twix only more plump and MUCH better taste.
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