There’s something truly magical about the combination of melted caramel and apples, especially at this time of year. The crisp, slightly tart apples paired with the sweet, rich gooey caramel create a harmony of flavors that evoke the essence of autumn. It’s like a cozy sweater for your taste buds. Whether you’re indulging in caramel apples at the local fair or savoring a slice of caramel apple pie at Thanksgiving, these flavors are a quintessential part of the fall season.
Caramel Bits | Brown Sugar Cookie Dough | Fresh Apples | Flour Apple Pie Spice | Quick Oats Baking Powder | Butter Old-Fashioned Oats
Oatmeal Cookie Recipe
Whisk together your flour mixture, baking powder, and oats. The apple pie spice will add that extra touch of fall magic. Combine butter, brown sugar, and vanilla extract until nice and creamy. Toss in the diced fresh apples and Kraft Caramel Bits.
Slowly add your dry mixture to the wet mixture and mix until everything is combined. Scoop dough onto your prepared baking sheets and let those chewy cookies bake for about 8-10 minutes.
Melt Kraft Caramel Bits until they achieve a sauce-like consistency. Drizzle the sauce over the top of each cookie, allowing the caramel to cascade down the sides.
If you somehow manage not to devour them all in one go, store these delectable cookies in an airtight container. This will keep them fresh and delicious for the next day, although it’s no guarantee that they’ll last that long!