Chocolate Caramel Cookies are like German Chocolate Cake in cookie form! A fudgy chocolate cookie, topped with caramel coated coconut and drizzled with melted chocolate. There is so much to love!
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Oh friends, this is it! Today is the FINAL DAY in the 12 Days of Christmas Cookie Series! I have LOVED every minute of this series. I hope you have too.
If you have missed any of the first 11 days, scroll to the bottom of this post where I am recapping all the fun cookies! I think there is something on the list for everyone!
BUT let’s finish the 12 days on a high note. With chocolate. And caramel. And coconut. You in?
The base of these cookies is a lot like a chocolate thumbprint…so really could could “fill” them with just about anything!
But today, caramel and coconut is where it’s at!
When they bake they look a little like this…
Pretty enough, but what if…WHAT IF… we drizzled them with more chocolate. I mean I wouldn’t be opposed.
I am sharing this final 12 days of Christmas Cookies recipe over at my friends Imperial Sugar. So hop over for these Chocolate Caramel Cookies!
And like I said, if you missed any of the the first 11 days, here you go…
Day 1: 3 Ingredient Shortbread
Day 2: Double Chocolate Mocha Cookies
Day 3: Salted Caramel Pinwheel Cookies
Day 4: Perfect Spritz Cookies
Day 5: Lemon Thumbprint Cookies
Day 6: Milk Chocolate Lace Sandwich Cookies
Day 7: Coconut Snowman Cookies
Day 8: Red Velvet Snowball Cookies
Day 9: Soft Molasses Cookies
Day 10: Orange Cranberry Meltaway Cookies
Day 11: Italian Ricotta Cookies
12 comments on “Chocolate Caramel Cookies”
Just wondering where the actual recipe is? Thanks again Rachel
Here’s the link! https://www.imperialsugar.com/recipes/chocolate-caramel-cookies
Hi. I noticed the recipe calls for extra fine sugar. I can’t seem to find it in my local grocery store.
Does it have to be extra fine or will regular sugar be ok?
regular will be ok!
I was wondering about adding an egg to the cookie dough ingredients. I was surprised that there wasn’t one and thought the cookies were a shade dry. Would the egg help?
you could add an egg to the dough, sure. Sorry you found the cookies to be a little dry!
Would you recommend freezing the dough balls before baking? I can’t wait to try this out for a cookie tray for my husband’s work! 🙂
you can do that!
I didn’t see the recipe, just pictures.
I developed this recipe for Imperial Sugar, and the link to their site with the full recipe is at the bottom of the post 🙂
Great, I can see this fitting as a christmas-y dessert around here. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for all the great cookie recipes. I’ve enjoyed looking at and salivating over them every day and hope to add a couple to my cookie baking this year. Too many cookies and so little time…