Chocolate chip cookies with the addition of coarse sea salt and caramel pieces are simply delicious and very addictive! By placing the toffee pieces in the cookies instead of mixing it in the cookie dough itself, it will look better and the caramel is less likely to spill out onto the baking tray.
It was an amazing cake but melting toffee didn't make it look nice It also stuck together - 10 Mar 2018
Need some changes to this recipe: 1) There is no salted caramel, just caramel, so that's pretty misleading in the title (adding salt to the cookie is not salted caramel); and 2) the recipe should signify "soft" caramels like Kraft or Werther's soft. Werther's regular caramels are hard. - 13 Feb 2018 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I followed the recipe exactly but used the Kraft caramel baking chips instead of cutting my own, which worked extremely well! Just mixed them in along with the chocolate chips and they turned out perfectly. I made two batches and the first I baked to normal doneness, but they got hard after the first day. Second batch I took out early and they remained chewy the whole time, although they only lasted about 4 days since everyone loved them so much! Definitely adding these to my Christmas cookie collection as they’re a favorite for several of our family members, including me. - 09 Jan 2018 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)