[Best Ever] Crispy Salted Caramel Cookies Recipe Revealed!

Crispy Salted Caramel Cookies Recipe

[Best Ever] Crispy Salted Caramel Cookies Recipe Revealed!

Crispy salted caramel cookies recipe—my whole family is officially obsessed with it. They are the spite of any cookie box. The crispy caramel cookies are extremely easy to make—as easy as your chewy chocolate chip cookie bars.

The freezer-friendly salted caramel  biscuits are made of delectably salted caramel cookie dough that is baked to crinkled perfection and crowned with melted chocolate caramel.

Finally, I sprinkle sea salt on the cookie tops to give them a perfect sweet and salty flavor. Prepare these bakery style salted caramel cookies for your next dinner or birthday party and win the hearts of your loved ones.

Crispy Salted Caramel Cookies Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 and 2/3 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
  • 2 large eggs
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
  • ½ lb unsalted butter
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 and ½ cup powdered sugar
  • 2 tablespoons of cream
  • 1 cup chocolate caramel

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 375C or 190F. Take two baking sheets and line them with parchment paper.
  2. Mix together the baking soda, salt, and all-purpose flour in the medium-sized bowl.
  3. Take another bowl, combine brown sugar, powdered sugar, and butter in it and mix using an electric mixer on medium speed. Mix for up 4 to 5 minutes or until the batter becomes light and fluffy.
  4. Now, put eggs, vanilla essence in the batter and mix for 1 minute. Then, add the dry mixture into the wet ingredients and fold together using a spatula. Make sure all the hints of flour have vanished.
  5. Scoop dough with an ice cream scoop and scoop onto baking sheets about 2 inches apart. Place 6 scoops on one baking sheet and bake them for 10 minutes. When the edges of thin salted caramel cookies become lightly golden brown, crinkled, and cookies spread out, remove them from the oven.
  6. Allow them to cool for few minutes until you prepare the caramel topping.
  7. To make the caramel topping, take a small pan and pour chocolate-covered caramel candies in it. Keep the heat low and stir frequently until they are melted completely. If the caramel is too thick, pour some cream to make it thin.
  8. Put the cooled crispy salted caramel cookies recipe on the cooling rack and drizzle caramel over the thin caramel cookies with a knife or wooden spoon. Finally, sprinkle sea salt on easy lemon crinkle cookies recipe crowns and serve.

bakery style salted caramel cookies

How To Make Salted Caramel Crispy Cookies?

  • The secret to achieving that crispy perfection lies in the freezer. Always freeze your dough along with small pieces of caramels before baking. This method ensures your cookies come out crispy and prevents the caramel from turning dry, gummy, or brittle due to being over baked.
  • In my recipe, I swear by a specific sugar ratio to guarantee crispiness: use a larger cup of granulated sugar compared to brown sugar. Aiming for about ⅔ cup of granulated sugar and only ¼ cup of brown sugar delivers that perfect crunchy texture every time.
  • A tiny pinch of baking soda goes a long way. Limiting its amount is crucial as it prevents the dough from rising too much. The goal is a thinner, crispier cookie, and controlling the baking soda is how you achieve just that.

Other Tips And Notes For Salted Caramel Biscuits

  • The crunchy caramel cookies recipe makes a modest batch of about 15 cookies, using just ½ cup butter and 1 egg. Each is slightly larger than your standard drop cookie. While 15 may seem like a small number, these cookies are quite satisfying. However, if you’re catering to a crowd, don’t hesitate to double the batch.
  • It’s crucial to use soft caramels for that melt-in-your-mouth experience. Avoid the temptation of using hard, suck-on candies; they won’t provide the gooeyness that makes these cookies a hit.
  • I recommend splurging on maldon sea salt flakes. Yes, they’re more expensive, but they elevate your cookies to that bakery style level of delight. Don’t let the price deter you—a box lasts a long time and can be used to enhance other dishes, from chocolate chip cookies to pizza and even that cozy grandma pie.

Freezing the dough is not a step you want to skip. The dough needs to be frozen solid to ensure the cookies spread correctly and achieve that coveted crispiness. This might take more than just a couple of hours. A good strategy is to prepare the dough in the morning and bake in the afternoon or evening.

salted caramel biscuits

FAQs About Caramelized Crisp Cookies Recipe

1. Can You Freeze Peanut Butter Salted Caramel Cookies?

Absolutely! To freeze these delightful salted caramel cookies, ensure they’re fully cooled first. Place them in a freezer-friendly bag or container, separating layers with parchment if needed. They keep well in both cookie dough form and once baked, making this recipe incredibly freezer-friendly.

2. Can You Make The Salted Caramel Cookie Dough Ahead Of Time?

Yes, the salted caramel cookie dough can be made ahead of time. Simply refrigerate it up to 3 days before you plan to bake. When ready, let it sit on the counter at room temperature for about half an hour to make scooping easier.

3. Can You Bake Cookies On Foil?

While you can bake cookies on foil, it’s not always recommended. Grease the foil to prevent sticking, but for best results, consider a combination of silicone mats and cookie sheets. Remember to rotate them if baking a big batch to ensure even cooking.

4. What Is The Difference Between Crunchy And Crispy Cookies?

Cookie chemistry differentiates crunchy from crispy. Typically, crispy cookies are thinner with a higher melting temperature of butter or shortening, giving them a delicate snap. Crunchy cookies are usually thicker, and you’ll perceive their firmness throughout.

5. Does Baking Powder Make Cookies Crispy?

Typically, baking powder is skipped in crispy cookies recipes in favor of granulated sugar and baking soda. Baking powder tends to create a cake-like texture and softness, which might detract from the desired crispiness.

6. Does Melting Butter Make Cookies Crispy?

Using melted butter in your cookies can lead to a crisp on the edges while keeping them dense on the inside. Softened butter makes cookies cakier and airier. When melted butter is used, air bubbles expand during baking, creating that desirable crispy texture.

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10 thoughts on “[Best Ever] Crispy Salted Caramel Cookies Recipe Revealed!”

  1. Just made these cookies and wow, they exceeded my expectations! The balance of salty and sweet is perfect. Definitely keeping this recipe in my favorites.

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  2. Loved how these turned out! The caramel bits in the dough add such a nice chewiness, and that sprinkle of sea salt on top is a game-changer.

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  3. These cookies are a hit in my house! Followed the recipe exactly, and they came out perfectly crispy on the edges and chewy in the middle. Will make again!

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  4. Amazing recipe! I recommend letting the dough chill overnight. It really enhances the flavors and the texture of the cookies.

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  5. These cookies are dangerously good. I had to stop myself after the third one. Perfect level of sweetness with that salt kick.

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  6. Was a bit skeptical about the salt, but it truly makes these cookies stand out. Follow the recipe as is and you won’t be disappointed!

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  7. First time making homemade cookies and these were surprisingly easy to make. The instructions were clear and the outcome was delicious.

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  8. Perfectly crispy and wonderfully sweet with just the right amount of salt. These cookies are exactly what I’ve been craving.

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