Irresistible gooey Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars, a treat you’ll make again and again.
There are treats you make on rare special occasions. Then there are treats that are so comforting they end up being family favorites that are replicated month after month, and year after year.
Salted Carmel Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars are the latter treat variety.
Sticky chocolate chip bars oozing with thick buttery caramel filling… These cookie bars scream family game night, movie night, or any other kind of cozy night you want to share with people you love.
This Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars recipe came from a brand new cookbook my friend Shelly Jaronsky wrote called The Cookies & Cups Cookbook, named after her wildly popular dessert blog.
This cookbook is a reverse of what you usually find in cookbooks, with a whole lot of savory recipes, followed by a short dessert section.
Instead Shelly focuses on eating dessert first, sharing dozens of tantalizing treat recipes, with a section on her favorite family meals at the end. I love how Shelly thinks!
From the moment I opened the book and perused the pages, I knew this would be the first recipe I would try.
After all, it’s salted caramel and chocolate chip cookies… TOGETHER.
For me, that’s the perfect marriage of sweet flavors and textures.
These Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookies Bars are not the only winner in this book. Next on my list of recipes to try…
- Marbled Chocolate Hazelnut Cookies
- Pumpkin Crumb Cake
- Banana Blondie-Bottomed Cheesecake
- Billionaire Cookie Dough Cake
- And Buttermint Pie
Just to name a few. I love all the tips Shelly adds for fool-proof baking, and the stunning photos that show the final desserts in all their glory.
You can find The Cookies & Cups Cookbook on Amazon and in bookstores across the country. It makes a great gift for your favorite baker… And for yourself!
Want to win a copy?
Shelly is giving away a copy of her amazing book along with a dessert squad t-shirt, i.e. my new favorite t-shirt.
To enter simply follow the prompts in the automatic entry form below.
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