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Lancaster Caramel and Chocolate Cookies

Cookies and Milks

I love Lancaster caramels - they are so, so yummy. And we have a lot of them. I kind of fell in love with them because they were called Lancaster and came out when we were living in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, which is where Milton Hershey actually started. It's fun to think they are reintroducing his recipe from a failed caramel company out in farm country Pennsylvania now in 2014, but hey, they are pretty darn yummy. Because they are so soft too, I thought they would make the perfect cookie companion. And they did!

Lancaster Caramel Cookies

What You'll Need
1 Stick of Butter (1/2 Cup) // 1/3 Cup White Sugar // 1/3 Cup Packed Brown Sugar // 1 Egg
1 Cup Flour // 1/2 Teaspoon Salt // 1/2 Teaspoon Baking Soda // 1/2 Teaspoon Vanilla
5 Lancaster Caramels, Cut into small pieces // 3/4 Bag Mini Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips

Mixing Dough

Soften the butter and mix well with the two sugars. Add in the egg and vanilla and mix well. Then finally, the flour, baking soda, and self.

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Scoop by the spoonful (smaller is better) onto an ungreased cookie sheet. Cook at 375 Degrees for 9-11 minutes, or until the edges are lightly browned. Serve with milk!

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5 comments:

  1. these cookies! yum! <3
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  2. Those look amazingly wonderful! I'd love to try these out sometime :D

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  3. Chocolate? And caramel? I'm pretty sure that with every post you make, you become my dream girl a little more. I love it when you share recipes, Katherine! Ugh, that dough looks absolutely outstanding. NOM NOM NOM your way to my heaaaaart <3 :D :D

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  4. mmmmm chocolate and caramel is one of my favorite combos! They look SO GOOD!!

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  5. Ok, I'm pretty much drooling over these right now. Chocolate and caramel are my favorite, and I am such a sucker for cookies and milk at night. I like how you specified to make the cookie scoops smaller - I always seem to make them far too big :)

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