Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Heath Bar Cookies

The holiday baking pop up shops are out in the grocery stores here and there's nothing I love more than a little (or a lot) of holiday baking.  I tend to just grab things that look good and decide what to make with them later.  Although, I will say that I saw these heath bar pieces used in a recipe I browsed through about a month ago.  I didn't save or pin that recipe, yet I still felt compelled to toss those heath bar bits into my cart when I saw them.  I figure it's nice to stock up on these fun little bits to use when you don't want to go out to the store. 

Well magically, I became in the mood for cookies last week and I knew I had those heath bits to use.  I got online and found a simple heath bar cookie recipe from The Delicious Life (love the name! recipe here).  I was a little taken aback by the, ahem, flatness of these cookies, but they were actually perfect.  They were very chewy and still had a lot of substance for being on the thinner side.  They reminded me of the toffee crunch cookies that Panera used to sell, but no longer make.  If you miss that cookie, then this is the cookie for you.  It was nice to try something a bit different and I would definitely make these again.  One of these with a little scoop of ice cream would make a mighty fine dessert. 

xo Bridget

No comments:

Post a Comment

01 09 10