Brown Butter Cookies Half Baked Harvest
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Brown Butter Cookies Half Baked Harvest

  • June 22, 2022

Crinkly, Wrinkly, and oh so delicious…these Brown Butter Malted Chocolate Chunk Cookies will have you hooked after just one bite.Made with browned butter and malted milk powder, then lightly sweetened for a cookie that’s rich in flavor and heavy on the chocolate.Kicking off Valentine’s Day weekend with the sweetest extra special cookies.But I do love any excuse to get dressed up, make a good dinner, and eat a rich chocolate dessert.In years past I’ve shared a lot of v-day desserts, but I’m switching things up with these cookies.I had the idea back in December to make a malted milk cookie with browned butter and chocolate chunks.It’s not the most genius idea out there, but the combination of malted milk powder, browned butter, and melty chocolate chunks just sound way too good to me.It’s made from barley wheat and gives off a nutty flavor with a natural sweetness.It reminds me of the flavors in a toasted caramel sauce with undertones of browned butter and vanilla.Asher described it so perfectly, the cookies taste like death by chocolate, with notes of vanilla and an almost boozy flavor.Tapping the baking pan on the counter deflates the center of the cookie, pushing the edges out.When the cookies come out of the oven, the puddles of melted chocolate will be bubbling up and the kitchen will smell, nutty, buttery, and oh so delicious.It’s truly hard to beat a good chocolate chip cookie, but these certainly give the others some stiff competition.They make for the perfect Friday night cookie, but honestly, they’re great anytime.Lastly, if you make these Brown Butter Malted Chocolate Chunk Cookies be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! .

Chewy Brown Sugar Maple Cookies.

Chewy Brown Sugar Maple Cookies.

Chewy Brown Sugar Maple Cookies.

This post may contain affiliate links, please see our privacy policy for details.Think soft in the center, with perfect edges, and just the right amount of sweetness – all thanks to a mix of maple and brown sugar.We LOVE these cookies and I’ve been excited to share them for well over a week!Originally I set out to make a fairly basic brown sugar cookie.Not only with amazing flavor, but also with a texture closer to my mom’s chocolate chip cookies.It took some playing around with the recipe, but I finally landed on a cookie that’s chewy and so DELICIOUS!First things first, brown about three-fourths of the butter, but leave the other fourth at room temp.This gives you the flavor of browned butter but leaves you with a cookie that has great texture too.You can use my homemade apple butter or pick some up at Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, your local market, or via Amazon.These cookies are delectable, just perfectly set on the edges, but soft and gooey in the center with just the right amount of chew.Lastly, if you make these Chewy Brown Sugar Maple Cookies be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating!And of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram! .

Brown Butter Bourbon Pecan Chocolate Chunk Cookies.

Brown Butter Bourbon Pecan Chocolate Chunk Cookies.

Brown Butter Bourbon Pecan Chocolate Chunk Cookies.

Made with browned butter, toasted pecans, and bourbon, then lightly sweetened for a cookie that’s rich in flavor and heavy on the chocolate.Every bite is slightly crisp on the edges but soft and chewy in the center with just a little crunch from those sweet bourbon pecans…so DELICIOUS!The classic chocolate chip cookie can do no wrong and only makes life better, happier…and much more satisfying.They remind me more of the fall than spring, but it’s OK because with the Kentucky Derby this weekend I gave myself a pass and decided that we could indeed make pecan cookies in April.And while I’m not sure I’ve ever watched the entire two-minute race live, I know some people who LOVE to celebrate the day with friends and good food (yes, you Cortney!).This gives you the flavor of browned butter but leaves you with a cookie that has a great texture too.The pecans get toasted with brown sugar and bourbon which gives them a rich sweetness.When the cookies come out of the oven, the pockets of melted chocolate will be bubbling up and the kitchen will smell, nutty, buttery, and oh so delicious.I of course love to eat these warm, right off the pan, with a sprinkle of sea salt atop.It’s truly hard to beat a good chocolate chip cookie, but these certainly give the others a little run for their money They would be so fun for the Derby…but also any other day of the year.It’s the crinkly edges, deep bourbon-vanilla flavor, and pockets of melted chocolate.Lastly, if you make these Brown Butter Bourbon Pecan Chocolate Chunk Cookies be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! .

Browned Butter Pecan Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Browned Butter Pecan Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Browned Butter Pecan Chocolate Chip Cookies.

The only way to welcome in the first Friday of November is with these Browned Butter Pecan Chocolate Chip Cookies.This time of year of always makes me want to turn on my oven and bake.So every November I like to develop a few pecan pie inspired recipes for fun twist on tradition.I actually made them more for Christmas, but despite when they were posted, they’ve become a year round favorite on the site.Soft, buttery, chocolatey, and loaded with maple toasted pecans and hints of toasty browned butter.After testing this recipe multiple times (literally like six batches in two days), I discovered that the easiest, quickest method turned out the best.No, none of that, instead you can have these cookies baked and ready for eating in about thirty minutes or so…and now you understand why they are dangerous.I’m spending the weekend prepping for my trip to NYC on Monday, but hope to take some time tonight to do a little Friday baking. .

Browned Butter Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Browned Butter Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Browned Butter Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookies.

A cookie with butter, sugar, eggs, flour, toasted coconut, and lots of chocolate.It’s Real Deal Chocolate Chip Cookie Friday, and I am so happy about it.August hits and my brain begins to shift from all things summer, to back-to-school, fall apples, and chocolate.Anyway, my point is that I am in full on back to school mode, and for me this apparently means cookies.It’s really pretty simple, my mom would always have cookies waiting for us after school every day during the first week back.Like last Friday’s peach cake, the major flavor from these cookies comes from browned butter.And seeing as fall is on the horizon, I don’t see this moment ending anytime soon, I love it.Give yourself some time before you need to have the cookies ready to allow the butter to cool.Aside from the butter, the cookies are your standard chocolate chip cookie…sugar, eggs, and flour.The coconut give the cookies a nutty, sweet, and buttery crunch.Well, they’re basically one big bite of delicious in your mouth, I mean, these cookies are just really good.if your kids are heading back to school, make them these cookies you’ll be mom of the year.If you make these browned butter chocolate chip cookies, please be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! .

Glazed Brown Sugar Maple Cookies.

Glazed Brown Sugar Maple Cookies.

Glazed Brown Sugar Maple Cookies.

Made with brown sugar and sweet maple syrup, these cookies are soft, buttery, and nutty.The true secret is all in the combination of brown sugar and maple, which keep these cookies incredibly flavorful, soft, and so delicious.Perfect for both a spooky Halloween night, or an elegant Thanksgiving dinner.With the excitement of yesterday’s launch of our HBH x Etsy collab, I figured that today, we would celebrate!I’ve been excited to share this recipe with you guys all week long!But before I dive into this post, I just wanted to say a quick thank you to you all for your response to yesterday’s launch.It was so much fun to create and my hope is that each piece really does bring some added joy into your lives.I’ll talk more about the launch of the collection in Sunday’s Favorite’s post.Originally I was going to share these with you guys on Tuesday, but something about these cookies really felt like more of a Friday post.Fridays just feel celebratory and fun, so naturally, that’s where my favorite recipes should live.I’ve wanted to make a brown sugar maple cookie for the longest time.So, I hit the pause button once Thanksgiving passed, and I told myself I’d pick the recipe up next year.I also stirred in some finely chopped pecans to add in extra fall flavors.Just browned butter, maple syrup, powdered sugar, vanilla, and salt.That way you can decorate, but once left to sit, the glaze will stiffen up a bit and makes these great for packaging and gifting!To give each cookie a little sparkle, I dusted them lightly with cinnamon sugar.Yes, yes, yes…sweet maple cookies (with pecan swirled throughout), nutty browned butter glaze, and cinnamon sugar.Lastly, if you make these Glazed Brown Sugar Maple Cookies be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! .

Slice n' Bake Salted Chocolate Butter Pecan Cookies.

Slice n' Bake Salted Chocolate Butter Pecan Cookies.

Slice n' Bake Salted Chocolate Butter Pecan Cookies.

Super simple, extra delicious, and perfectly sweet Slice n’ Bake Salted Chocolate Butter Pecan Cookies.Each cookie is drizzled with sweet chocolate and finished with a sprinkle of flaky sea salt.If any of you have been following along since the very, very, very beginning of HBH, there’s a chance you might recall a similar version of this cookie recipe that I shared all the way back in 2012.With nutty browned butter and a hefty sprinkle of flaky sea salt.This gives you the flavor of browned butter but leaves you with a cookie that has a great texture too.This just works with the pecans and makes a perfectly sweet, slightly mapley cookie.Fourth, dip or drizzle each cookie generously with melted chocolate…then finish with flaky sea salt.Make sure you finely chop the pecans so that the chunks are easy to cut through when slicing the dough log into rounds.I don’t have issues with my dough being dry, but this can vary depending on the environment in which you live.The trickiest part about this cookie recipe is slicing the dough, but don’t worry.The most important thing you need to do is use a sharp chef’s knife to slice through the dough.Simply push the dough back together and place it on the baking sheet.Then have warm baked butter pecan cookies for a snowy Thursday night dessert…in just minutes.But I’ll also be making a huge batch over the weekend for my family to take with them to Tahoe for Thanksgiving.Keep an eye out on my Instagram stories, I’ll share the process from start to finish.If you make these slice n’ bake salted chocolate butter pecan cookies, be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! .

Easy Vanilla Bean Christmas Lights Cookies.

Easy Vanilla Bean Christmas Lights Cookies.

Easy Vanilla Bean Christmas Lights Cookies.

Made with nutty brown butter, double the vanilla, and a little bit of chocolate.These cookies are soft, buttery, and perfectly sweet with the best vanilla flavor.And decorated with sweet chocolate and delicious holiday M&M’s for truly some of the best sugar cookies around.The secret is all in the combination of brown butter and real vanilla beans, which keep these cookies incredibly flavorful.These make for a great homemade gift, and a festive addition to your holiday cookie box!With these cookies, I wanted to add flavor with brown butter and real vanilla bean.You’ll want to beat for at least a minute to really infuse the butter with the vanilla flavor.Next, add an egg and all the dry ingredients, then roll, cut, and bake.I kept the icing simple, since I wanted the color to remain white but still have a nice flavor.I added a small amount of maple syrup and lots of vanilla.Lastly, if you make these Easy Vanilla Bean Christmas Lights Cookies, be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! .

Cinnamon Spiced Sugar Cookies with Browned Butter Frosting +

Cinnamon Spiced Sugar Cookies with Browned Butter Frosting +

Cinnamon Spiced Sugar Cookies with Browned Butter Frosting +

Let me explain, we were about to leave the gate when we were told there were mechanical issues and the plane could not fly.I made a call to the super nice people at Hallmark to explain the situation and they were so sweet about my travel mishaps.I had such a fun time doing the Facebook interview (it airs this morning, so tune in to Hallmark!Personally, I can start to get a little bit of a pumpkin overdose before Thanksgiving is even over, and I’ve decided I’m not letting that happen this year.I just realized, I already cheated with this pumpkin beer broccoli cheddar soup from earlier this week….Normally I try to have my blog recipes pretty planned out, but sometimes an idea comes to mind that either sounds so good or so fun to create that I just have to do it that very day.Adding cinnamon to a sugar cookie might not sound all that amazing, but trust me it is so good.It’s basically like cinnamon toast, but in a buttery, soft sugar cookie form.In full disclosure I added the cinnamon sugar more for a glittery look on my cookies, but I’m not going to lie, it was pretty delicious.I didn’t use any food dye and this simple design only takes minutes to create.The toasted brown butter and extra pinch of cinnamon just screams fall. .

Magic Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Magic Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Magic Chocolate Chip Cookies.

This post may contain affiliate links, please see our privacy policy for details.Crinkly, wrinkly, and so delicious…these Magic Chocolate Chip Cookies are some of the best.Made with browned butter, vanilla, sweetened condensed milk, coconut, chocolate chips, and peanuts for a cookie that’s addictingly delicious.Every bite is slightly crisp on the edges but soft and chewy in the center.These cookies are easy to make, use simple ingredients, and take only minutes to prep.First off, it’s no secret that I have really been embracing more “retro” style dessert recipes.I really don’t know why, but the recipes that were made back in the day, the ones our grandmas, and even their moms, were baking up, those are the ones inspiring me most right now.Stirring sweetened condensed milk into a cookie sounded like it could either be, one amazing, or two totally disastrous.But what else makes them magic…they’re chocolatey, salty, sweet, gooey, and have just the tiniest bit of CRUNCH.Soft and Crinkly Brown Sugar Peanut Butter Cookies. .

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