Chocolate Chip Cookies with bits of toffee!
Have you ever had a Heath Bar? These chocolate toffee chip cookies are just like eating a Heath Bar wrapped up in a cookie!
These cookies are filled with chocolate chips and little bits of toffee. The toffee just melts slightly when the cookies bake, but still retains its crunch throughout the cookie. With every bite of the cookie, you get some cookie, some chocolate, and some toffee.
It's just different enough not to be called a chocolate chip cookie. And it is oh so yummy!
These cookies are very similar to a regular chocolate chip cookie, but they have delicious little bits of added toffee.
You can buy toffee chips, or you can buy a toffee candy bar and cut it into bits or you can make homemade toffee.
I love making homemade cookies and love having different types to make for my kiddos. They are huge fans of these cookies!
These cookies will disappear quickly. You might want to make a double batch!
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Chocolate Toffee Chip Cookies
- Preheat oven to 375°F
- Cream butter until smooth.1 cup butter softened
- Add sugars and mix until light and fluffy.1 cup brown sugar, ½ cup granulated sugar
- Add vanilla and eggs. Mix.1 ½ teaspoons vanilla, 2 eggs
- Mix in flour, baking soda, and salt.2 ½ cups flour, 1 teaspoon baking soda, ¼ teaspoon salt
- Mix in chocolate chips and toffee bits.1 ½ cups chocolate chips, 1 ½ cups toffee bits
- Using a small sized scooper, place cookie dough on an ungreased cookie sheet.
- Bake at 375 for 10-12 min.
- Bake in a fully preheated oven
- Use softened butter, not melted
- I use a #40 size scoop for evenly sized cookies
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