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Skor Bit Cookies – Toffee Filled Dough with a Melted Caramel Center!

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My roommate in college, April, made this recipe up with her friend and forever changed the cookie world for me! They are so amazing warm with a gooey middle. They are just as yummy the next day when the caramel is all chewy. You can totally change these up by adding a Hershey Kiss, Reeses mini PB cup, or a Hershey Hug inside! They all taste good!

Here is what you need to make them.

1 c butter, softened
1 Tbsp vanilla
1/3 white sugar
2 c flour
1/3 c brown sugar
½ bag milk choc chips
½ tsp salt
½ bag Skor bits (or any toffee bits, located by choc chips)

This is one recipe where I don’t cut corners on softened butter. If the butter gets melted at all the dough is too soft and the cookies will run. Cream the butter and sugars together and then add the rest of the ingredients. At first it might look the the dough is too dry, but it will come together.

Then take a small scoop of the dough and wrap it around your rolo and roll into a ball.

Place 12 on a cookie sheet and then bake at 350 for 9-10 minutes.


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Comments (11)

  • What size bag chocolate chips?
    What size bag skor bits?
    How many cookies does this make?
    I made these – recipe made 15 cookies and baked for 15 minutes and they still didn’t look done. I don’t know if there are done or not.

  • Hi…recipe sounds yummy. What’s the total quantity from the recipe? Is it 12 cookies as indicated in the baking instructions? Also, the ingredients list Skor bits, but then in the instructions you mention Rolos? Skor bits you say are located near chocolate chips, but Rolos are candy. Should a bag of Rolos we added to the ingredients? Thanks much.

  • Heidi Schilling Fowler

    Oh, my goodness, Lisa! What a great combination of flavors. I’m not sure I could eat a plain cookie again after this one!

  • Aw, thanks! These can be changed up in so many ways that they are a cookie staple in our house. And make a lot because these get gobbled up fast!

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