Originally Posted by DrewW
I recently purchased a few assorted cookies from a local bread and desert shop. One of which was a dark gooey and chewy rich caramel cookie. The cookie seemed to be a basic dough with caramel added halfway through the baking to let it soak into and ontop of the basic cookie from what I assume. I've been looking around for a recipe to mock and work on myself and can't find anything really close. I'm basically looking for a recipe that constructs a basic cookie dough that uses caramel as the highlight like the cookie I bought. Thanks to all who can help!
I'm not sure this is what you want, but it might get you something close. You can also use a sugar cookie dough and build it the same way.
If that doesn't work, try using caramel ice cream topping as it will liquify better and soak into the cookie. This is one that you just might have to experiment with.
Sprout could figure this one out. She's a cookie wizard.
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