Easy Turtle Cookies
Craving cookies? Don't want to go through the hard labor of making them? Try these Easy Turtle Cookies recipe that makes irresistible, chewy, soft and the most crumbly cookies you'll ever eat. This cookie recipe is uber rich and made from scratch with extra creamy caramel sauce and milk chocolate morsels and pecans embedded inside. There are so many homemade cookie recipes from scratch, but this recipe is like a treasure you'd want to keep safely tucked in your recipe binder because you'll be making these cookies more than just once.
Fun and easy baking recipes are always a hit because they make both kids and adults happy. You can crumble these cookies over a scoop of vanilla ice cream and serve it in a fun way, and the guests are going to love it. Serve them as a side with a hot cup of coffee and you will have everyone raving about them. You can also make these delicious beauties for birthday parties in the place of cupcakes just to keep things a little different. This Turtle cookies recipe is one of the best dessert recipes you can make all year round for any occasion. In fact, you can make a batch and store the cookie dough in a freezer and bake them whenever you want. To freeze the cookie dough, you can first scoop it onto a freezer safe cookie sheet and freeze it for about 30 minutes. Then remove the dough and place it in a freezer bag, labeled. This way you can use the desired amount of dough and bake the cookies fresh. For the frozen dough, you may have to bake it a little longer and adjust the timer on your oven accordingly. You can store these cookies in an airtight container for up to one week.
You can substitute the shortening with butter in dessert recipes, and it will still taste the same. When you’re cooking the caramel, you want to look for the amber color. Always bring the cream to room temperature or warmer before you start making the caramel sauce to get a smooth texture. Don’t let it cook for too long as it might turn way too dark and ruin the taste. The caramel sauce when hot seems quite thin until it cools. It will, however, thicken up upon cooling. It is always a good idea to refrigerate the cookie dough for at least 2 hours before you start to bake the cookies. This way the cookies will not fall apart and come out a lot firmer from the oven.
Thank you to Aimee at the Shugary Sweets food blog for sharing this delicious Easy Turtle Cookies recipe with us. Do visit Aimee's blog for more amazing homemade cookie recipes from scratch and other fun and easy baking recipes. This easy cookie recipe is a true fantasy come true for all the Turtle lovers. The drool factor is pretty high for this cookie recipe. You've got to make a batch today!
Nutrition Facts for: Easy Turtle Cookies from Shugary Sweets
Ingredients: Unsalted butter, light brown sugar, granulated sugar, eggs, vanilla extract, milk, all-purpose flour, baking powder, kosher salt, chocolate morsels, caramel bits, chopped pecans.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 60 servings.* Per Serving:Calories 156, Calories from Fat 71, Total Fat 7.9g 12%, Saturated Fat 4.3g 22%, Cholesterol 20mg 7%, Sodium 104mg 4%, Potassium 70mg 2%, Carbohydrates 20.2g 7%, Dietary Fiber 0.7g 3%, Sugars 9.3g, Protein 1.8g, Vitamin A 3% · Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 3%, Iron 3%
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