Caramel Crunch Cookies

Miriam Pascal Recipe By
  • Cook & Prep: 30 m
  • Serving: 12
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Ingredients (10)

Main ingredients

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Prepare the Cookies

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Line a baking sheet with Gefen Easy Baking Parchment Paper or grease lightly, and set aside.

  2. In the bowl of an electric mixer, cream together margarine and brown sugar until fluffy. Add the egg, vanilla extract, soy milk, baking soda, and salt, beating well after each addition until combined. Slowly add the flour and beat until just combined.

  3. Stir in the caramel chips and cornflakes until evenly distributed.

  4. Using a medium cookie scoop (or a heaping tablespoon) drop the dough onto the prepared cookie sheet, leaving room between each cookie, since they will spread. Bake until cookies are set, about 10 minutes.

Note:

Yields: 3 to 3 and 1/2 dozen

Tip:

 

Tips for Making Cookies:

• Don’t overbake your cookies! 30 extra seconds in the oven can turn cookies from “great” to “okay.” I often prefer to err on the side of slightly underbaked, rather than risk overbaking my cookies.

• Mix up the mix-ins! Have fun playing around with some of your favorite cookie recipes by changing the mix-ins. Bored of chocolate chips? Try nougat or peanut butter chips! Not in the mood for raisins? Try dried cherries, or chopped dried apricots. The possibilities are endless!

• Keep it light! Find your cookies getting too dark on the bottom? Bake them on a light colored cookie sheet to prevent that.

• Beat it! (But not too much!) You need to beat your fat and sugars together properly, to incorporate air into the dough, which will make the final result nice and fluffy. But don’t beat too much—especially once you’ve mixed in your dry ingredients—or you might mess up the texture of the cookie.

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  • Miriam Bashevkin

    Caramel Crunch Cookies

    Yum!

    I made these for a neighbor when they were moving out of town. They were superb and greatly enjoyed. I substituted oil for the margarine and they came out fine. At least even using oil I found that 10 minutes was too long and the cookies were done by 8-9 minutes. They don't look done, but harden as they cool. My husband, who's not a dessert guy, snuck 2 off the cooling rack and said I guess I shouldn't finish all of them ;) I guess they're pretty good.
    Posted by Mommycook |October 19, 2017
    0
  • gg

    Caramel Crunch Cookies

    cookie

    Do these cookies freeze well?
    Posted by koshercookie |January 30, 2017
    Replies:
    Miriam Bashevkin
    Yes, they freeze great and are yummy frozen too!
    Posted by Mommycook|October 24, 2017
    0
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  • Miriam Bashevkin

    Caramel Crunch Cookies

    Yum!

    I made these for a neighbor when they were moving out of town. They were superb and greatly enjoyed. I substituted oil for the margarine and they came out fine. At least even using oil I found that 10 minutes was too long and the cookies were done by 8-9 minutes. They don't look done, but harden as they cool. My husband, who's not a dessert guy, snuck 2 off the cooling rack and said I guess I shouldn't finish all of them ;) I guess they're pretty good.
    Posted by Mommycook |October 19, 2017
    0
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  • gg

    Caramel Crunch Cookies

    cookie

    Do these cookies freeze well?
    Posted by koshercookie |January 30, 2017
    Replies:
    Miriam Bashevkin
    Yes, they freeze great and are yummy frozen too!
    Posted by Mommycook|October 24, 2017
    0

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