Butterscotch Toffee Cookies
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Bake: 10 min./batch + cooling
I had such high hopes for this recipe! I followed the recipe exactly except I made half of the servings listed. My cookies came out flat and never rose like in the picture. I took them out of the oven at 10 minutes and they were slightly burned at the bottom. Not sure what went wrong.
So good and so easy--I didn't find the dough to be too stiff at all and I love recipes like this that don't require that I get my mixer out. My husband is not a fan of butterscotch or toffee, but really likes these cookies.
I made these cookies for Christmas my family loves these making them again today
I made no changes. It's a bit sweet, but goes great with a cup of coffee - make these all the time!
I added a tablespoon of milk, cup of finely chopped pecans and cut butterscotch chips in half. Loved these cookies! So easy and so good!
Really easy and delicious! Yes, the batter DOES get stiff, but I have a Kitchen Aid stand mixer and it’s fine ??
This cookie was too sweet if I make it again I will only use half of the chips it was hard to scoop and hard to eat .
Cookies made with cake mix are the best. They're easy and fast to make, and they always taste delicious. These butterscotch toffee cookies are no exception. I couldn't find the butter pecan cake mix at my local market, or at the Wal-Mart in the town 30 miles away (welcome to Wyoming), so I used spice cake mix instead. The cookies turned out to be amazing anyway.
No comment left
I had such high hopes for this recipe, but was so disappointed. I prepared as per the recipe come home and after baking the full time indicated, the cookies still looked like roar blobs. They were crunchy combo but never spread or flattened at all. The taste was reasonably decent, but how could it not be with toffee bits and butterscotch chips? Texture was not good at all