Recipe by Andy
"An old favorite!"
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1 1/2 cups
sifted all-purpose flour
packed brown sugar
toffee baking bits
These were really tasty! I couldn't find baking toffee or anything like that, so I smashed up a whole bunch of HEATH bars and used that. They came out really good - I liked how the chocolate from the HEATH bars added great flavor. I'd definitely make these again, and I won't even try to find toffee - I'll just use HEATH bars again! Oh - and I'll double the recipe next time - the original recipe only made around 14 cookies.
Those who like their cookies very buttery and on the flatter side will go crazy over these. But I wasn't all that moved...because they're very buttery and on the flatter side! (And I did chill the dough) I thought the amount of salt unnecessarily high, so I reduced it by half. I also thought the amount of toffee chips was a little much, so I subbed half of it with milk chocolate chips and loved that switch. I took the extra step of toasting the pecans, which nearly always makes for a better tasting cookie in my book. Great flavor with all that's going on in this cookie, crisp on the edges, soft but chewy on the inside. But because they're kind of thin they're not the prettiest cookie either, but again, that may just be a matter of opinion.
These were very tasty cookies...very buttery and rich tasting, without being heavy. Crisp in texture...definitely not a soft or chewy cookie. (Although when still very warm out of oven they are a little chewy.) 2 cups of toffee bits seemed really high for the amount of cookie batter it made, so I decreased to only 1 cup - and it was PLENTY! Every bite had toffee & pecan pieces. I also upped the pecans to 1/2 cup. Make sure you press down on the cookie dough after you put on cookie sheet, or you end up with tall round cookies...I flattened a little bit with my fingers and the rest came out perfectly shaped. Very good recipe!
UH LA LA!! How great! I took the suggestions of several reviewers & added 1/2 (milk) chocolate chips & 1/2 toffee bits. Though, it doesn't make many cookies, it's perfect for a family of two or three. This recipe is a certain keeper!
These cookies came out AMAZING! I didn't use all the toffee chips it called for, I got a bag of Heath chips and just used that. They were good without being too sweet, and stayed soft and delicious after 2 days. One of my new favorite recipes!
These cookies are simply wonderful. My roommate suggested frosting them. I made a thin creme cheese frosting and spread it ontop. Simply out of this world. This is a new family favorite. Thank you Andy
I used crushed toffee candy instead of the bits. They turned out pretty good but next time I make them, I'll use the toffee bits and see if that makes a difference in how they taste.
I only used 1 1/2 cups of toffee chips and used walnuts instead of pecans, but it was still wonderful
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Toffee Crunch Cookies
Serving Size: 1/18 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 18
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 151
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