It’s been over 9 months since we moved to Arkansas. Everyone in San Francisco said it’s going to be a big change. Everyone in Little Rock also said it’s quite a big change. There are things that I gradually miss about San Francisco. There are differences between San Francisco and Little Rock, but things are great here. Our work couldn’t be better, we’ve made great friends, and we just purchased our first house last week! We are moving in this weekend, so I will be busy for a little while – we all know how joyful the moving process is, don’t we?
To be honest with you, I haven’t taken photos of sweets that I make for the past 6 months. The excuses are move, new job, new city, and I can go on and on, but I better stop here. Photos of Toffee Bits Cookies are from last year or two. I feel bad on using old photos, but I still have a few more sweets that I can share with you from the past. One thing that I can promise is that I will make more sweets and share more recipes & tips with you very soon in my own kitchen. That’s really exciting.
INGREDIENTS & EQUIPMENT
Ingredients (Make about 2 dozen cookies)
1-1/8 cups All-Purpose Flour
1/2 teaspoon Baking Soda
1/4 teaspoon Salt
1/4 cup (1 stick) Unsalted Butter (room temperature)
1/4 cup Granulated Sugar
1/4 cup Packed Light Brown Sugar
1/2 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
1/2 cup Heath Bits HEATH BITS’O BRICKLE Toffee Bits
Stand mixer or Hand mixer
HOW TO MAKEBefore you start
1. Preheat the oven to 350 F.
2. Shift all-purpose flour, baking soda, and salt and set aside.Mixing dough
3. Beat unsalted butter.
4. Add sugar, light brown sugar, egg, and vanilla extract. Beat about 10-15 seconds after adding each ingredient.
5. Gradually add flour mixture and beat until well blended.
6. Stir in Heath Toffee Bits with a rubber spatula.
6. Drop by rounded spoons or a small ice cream scoop. Bake 9-11 minutes until deliciously browned.
SERVING & STORING
Serving: Personally, toffee bits cookies are best when they are served warm. A Glass of milk is highly recommended to serve with. 🙂
Storing: Store leftover cookies in a airtight container at room temperature.
- Softening Butter: 30-60 minutes are the proper time to get the right consistency of softened butter.
- Measuring ingredients: Measure ingredients before you start baking. It really saves time overall.
- Adding extra sugar: Since toffee bits are already sweet, I reduced amount of sugar and brown sugar. If you would
It was easy to make and good. My husband loved them. He actually ate 98% of cookies that I made. He loves Heath Toffee Bars. He will love anything that has Heath Candy Bars.
About the recipe…I got this recipe from the back of Heath Toffee Bits product that I purchased. You will be surprised how many good recipes you can find by just following recipes that come with products. I cannot say they are all great, but you may find a hidden treasure sometimes.