These cookies are unlike anything you’ve ever tried before! They’re crunchy, super thin, and have crisp, chewy edges that taste like candy!
How To Make the Perfect Caramelized Cookies
The key to achieving those perfect caramelized edges and thin cookies lies in the ratio of ingredients.
But the amount of these elements will ensure that the cookies are well-distributed and have a caramelized, candy-like edge. They also have an excellent soft center.
The key to the perfect cookies for this recipe is to have a high butter-to-flour ratio.
This doesn’t mean that this recipe requires more butter than other recipes; it simply means it has more butter compared to flour in weight.
For caramelized cookies, you’ll need more sugar than normal. These cookies are made of two types of sugar: brown and white.
This recipe chose to use similar proportions of brown sugar to white sugar.
The baking soda that is present in this recipe encourages two aspects of this cookie:
- Spreads outward, which keeps the cookies crispy and thin.
- Helps to prevent the browning of the cookies.
Do I Have To Chill the Do I Need To Chill The Cookie Dough?
Chilled cookies give them a little firmness, so they bake for a while before spreading.
Additionally, refrigerating the cookies can help the flour get hydrated and baking soda better spread it.
It is only necessary to chill your dough for 30 minutes, not for a couple of hours or a few days. This is because we need to encourage spread in this recipe and the caramelized taste is less noticeable if the dough is not properly chilled.
Can I bake cookies without parchment Paper?
I never bake cookies without parchment paper because I am adamant about not scraping bits of caramelized cookies off the baking sheet.
However, if you wish to have cookies that have crisp, crispy, and crunchy bottoms, it is possible to bake them using parchment.
Paper made of parchment is great for baking. However, it can retain some moisture.
Simply prepare your baking sheet using butter for baking the cookies without the parchment paper.
How to Create Caramel Choco Chip Cookies
Assemble your ingredients.
Preheat the oven to 375°F. Cover a baking sheet using parchment.
Mixing bowl, beat the butter with brown and white sugar until they are fluffy.
Whisk in egg and vanilla.
Mix in baking soda, flour, and salt. Stir until the dough gets together.
Incorporate the chocolate chips, then mix until all is well.
Chill the dough cookie in the refrigerator for about 30 mins.
Scoop the dough into the baking sheet. Press cookies slightly to flatten.
The cookies should be baked for 12 minutes.
Cool them to room temperature on the wire rack.
Serve and have fun!
Caramelized Chocolate Chip Cookies
yield: 12 COOKIES Preparation time: 15 Minutes Cook time: 12 Minutes Additional time: 30 minutes Total time: 57 minutes
These chocolate chip caramelized cookies are guaranteed to impress your guests and are great with a cold vanilla Ice Cream!
- Half cup white sugar
- 1 cup of brown sugar
- 1 cup butter that is not salted
- 1 egg
- 1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 cup of plain flour
- 1/2 tsp baking soda
- A generous pinch of salt
- 1 cup chocolate chopped or chocolate chips
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. Prepare a baking sheet by covering it using parchment.
- Mixing bowl, beat butter, brown and white sugar until they are fluffy.
- Whisk the egg into vanilla and whisk in the egg.
- Mix in baking soda, flour, and salt. Stir until the dough gets together.
- Add the chocolate chips, then stir until the chocolate chips are incorporated.
- The cookie dough is chilled for at least 30 minutes.
- Scoop the dough for cookies onto the baking tray and press cookies slightly to flatten them.
- Make the cookie dough for about 12 mins.
- Cool them to room temperature on an unfinished wire rack.
- Serve and take pleasure in it!
The YIELD: 12-SERVING SIZE: 1
Quantity Per Serving: CALORIES: 160TOTAL FAT: 13gSATURATED FAT: 8gTRANS FAT: 0gUNSATURATED FAT: 4gCHOLESTEROL: 39mgSODIUM: 20mgCARBOHYDRATES: 34gFIBER: 1gSUGAR: 25gPROTEIN: 3g(c)
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