Coffee toffee cookies are chewy and so delicious. Filled with toffee bits and a hint of coffee that adds a wonderful layer of flavor.
There is something about a chewy cookie that is irresistible to me, especially these coffee toffee cookies.
Even if you are not a coffee drinker, I encourage you to not to leave out the coffee in these cookies. The coffee taste is not super strong, instead it adds this extra layer of flavor that brings these toffee cookies to another level.
These coffee toffee cookies also make a great gift. I like to package them up in a nice cookie tin or bag along with a coffee mug and give them to neighbors, friends and family.
I am sharing this recipe today at Dixie Crystals. Find full recipe, Dixie Crystals Coffee Toffee Cookies.
Toffee chips – I used Heath Bar English Bits O’Brickle.
Instant coffee granules – Use your favorite instant coffee.
All-purpose flour, baking soda, cinnamon, salt
Brown sugar – I use Dixie Crystals Light Brown Sugar
Sugar – I use Dixie Crystals Extra Fine Granulated Sugar
Butter, eggs vanilla extract
How to make coffee toffee cookies
To view the full recipe and ingredients, visit Dixie Crystals Coffee Toffee Cookies.
- Stir together coffee granules and warm water to dissolve the coffee. Set aside.
- Whisk together flour, baking soda, cinnamon, and salt in a bowl and set aside.
- Using an electric mixer, beat together butter, brown sugar and sugar until creamy. Mix in eggs, vanilla and coffee.
- Slowly mix in flour mixture until combined. Stir in toffee bits.
- Place tablespoon of batter on lined cookie sheet. Bake at 375 degrees F for about 8 minutes. Let the cookies cool on the baking sheet for about 5 minutes and then transfer to wire rack. Enjoy!
- I love using a cookie scoop or small ice cream scoop for the batter to help make uniform sized cookies.
- For a little variation, try adding in 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips or 1/2 cup chopped nuts. They would even be delicious with a little sprinkle of course salt on top of the cookie dough balls.
- Try not to let the cookies over cook. Once they cool, they become nice and chewy.
How to store
Store: These cookies keep well in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 5 days.
Freeze: To freeze the cookies let them completely cool. Place them on a parchment lined cookie sheet in the freezer for about an hour. Place frozen cookies in a freezer safe bag or container. They will be good for 3 months.
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*** I have an ongoing relationship with Dixie Crystals for recipe development. I was compensated for my time to create this recipe. All thoughts and opinions are my own.