Caramel chocolate cookies with hazelnuts

What is nicer on a dingy gray Sunday than lying on the sofa with a good book, a cup of tea and delicious home-baked cookies and having it cuddly warm and cozy? Exactly, nothing!

That’s why I want to share my new favorite cookie recipe with you today. The cookies are wonderfully soft, chocolaty and caramel-like, and the hazelnut bits give the right amount of bite.

As a basis for Cookiekreationen I always take this recipe, the dough is stirred together wonderfully fast, then the treat need only a few minutes in the oven and can you enjoy.
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Caramel chocolate cookies with hazelnuts

  Portions : 24 Biscuits

  Calories per serving : 139 kcal

Ingredients

  •   140
      g
      soft butter
  •   120
      g
      Sugar
  •   1
      Pinch
      salt
  •   1
      egg
  •   1
      Package vanillin sugar
  •   180
      g
      flour
  •   1
      Teaspoon
      baking powder
  •   125
      g
      Dark Chocolate Caramel
      roughly hacked
  •   50
      g
      chopped hazelnuts
  •   some flour for dusting the baking tray
Instructions
  1. [ 19459001] Beat the butter with sugar and the pinch of salt until frothy. Now whisk the egg together with the vanilla sugar and mix with the butter cream. Then mix the flour and baking powder and mix with the roughly chopped dark chocolate and hazelnuts under the butter cream. Knead everything with your hands to a soft dough.
  2. In the original recipe you should put the dough in the fridge for two hours. In Kochkarussell the cookie hunger was too big to wait so long, so I processed the dough and it worked out wonderfully.

  3. Preheat the oven to 160 degrees and cover two baking trays with baking paper. Dust the baking paper with a little bit of flour so that the cookies are easier to peel off later and with two spoons put 12 portions of dough on each baking sheet. The cookies are much larger when baking, so leave as much space as possible between the dough portions.

  4. Now just put in the oven and get out after 12 to 15 minutes, done.

Mia’s Tips

Do not let unsure that the cookies are still very soft when you get out, they harden when you cool down to.

Incidentally, my very best little critic brother preferred to have a few more Cookies as Snickers and said to my dad “Are you crazy, the biscuits are much better than Snickers!” And that’s saying something! 🙂

Thank you very much for the many nice comments to my first post, I am so happy about each one so much and am overwhelmed how helpful and nice it comes in the blogger world!

Have a wonderful Sunday,

Mia

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