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Espresso Salted Chocolate Chip Cookies

These espresso salted chocolate chip cookies are perfect when paired with a big glass of milk. They are crispy around the edges and have a soft gooey center. They are the perfect balance of sweet and salty and will be loved by everyone. 

These espresso salted chocolate chip cookies are perfect when paired with a big glass of milk. They are crispy around the edges and have a soft gooey center. They are the perfect balance of sweet and salty and will be loved by everyone.

Disclosure: I received compensation for my use of SaltWorks in my recipe. However, all thoughts are my own. There are also Amazon affiliate links in this post. 

Sweet baby J I can eat my fair share of cookies. Especially when they are warm, buttery and full of chocolate chips. Oh and not just any chocolate chips. Big fat giant chocolate chunks! Now, while I’m normally not a dunker I sometimes get a hankering to take it for a dip in a cold glass of milk. Whole milk preferably.

I also love a little sprinkling of salt on my chocolate chip cookies. I know it might sound odd but it’s the perfect mix of sweet and salty. I usually use sea salt but this time I changed it up. I used a little espresso sea salt. Oh yes. Espresso sea salt actually exists and it’s amazing. 

These espresso salted chocolate chip cookies are perfect when paired with a big glass of milk. They are crispy around the edges and have a soft gooey center. They are the perfect balance of sweet and salty and will be loved by everyone.

The awesome folks at SaltWorks® sent me some Fusion® Espresso Brava Sea Salt to play around with and I knew it had to go on top of cookies. Seriously, how could I not? They also sent me a few other flavored salts that completely blew my mind. Did you know that there were so many flavored salt options? I feel like I must live under a rock.

The one thing I liked about SaltWorks salt is that is that the flavoring is all natural. So it’s not flavored with funky stuff you can’t pronounce or odd ingredients. That is always a plus in my book.

These espresso salted chocolate chip cookies are perfect when paired with a big glass of milk. They are crispy around the edges and have a soft gooey center. They are the perfect balance of sweet and salty and will be loved by everyone.

The espresso salted chocolate chip cookies pick up a slightly salty espresso flavor without being overpowering. I think is really what you are looking for in a salted cookie. It’s a nice balance of sweet and salty. I had my awesome husband help me with the below action shots. He is such a trooper. Also, I’m fairly certain his nails look more manicured than mine. This is a sign I need to hit up the nail salon.

These espresso salted chocolate chip cookies are perfect when paired with a big glass of milk. They are crispy around the edges and have a soft gooey center. They are the perfect balance of sweet and salty and will be loved by everyone.

Looking for more chocolate chip style cookies? Try my chocolate chip crunch cookies, cocoa nib coconut oatmeal cookies or my peanut butter stuffed chocolate chip cookie bars. Also, give my blogger friends recipes a try – Oreo stuffed chocolate chip cookies, flourless almond butter chocolate chip cookies, salted caramel pretzel chocolate chip cookies or these delicious orange chocolate chip cookies!

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Espresso Salted Chocolate Chip Cookies

These espresso salted chocolate chip cookies are perfect when paired with a big glass of milk. They are crispy around the edges and have a soft gooey center. They are the perfect balance of sweet and salty and will be loved by everyone.

Yield: 20 cookies

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 60 minutes

Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes

Ingredients:

Source: Adapted from Savory Sweet Life

Directions:

Preheat your oven to 360 degrees and line two baking sheets with parchment paper or a silpat liner, set aside.

In the bowl of an electric mixer add butter, sugar and brown sugar. Mix on medium speed for about 3 minutes until it's light and fluffy.

Add in eggs and vanilla paste. Mix again on medium speed for another 3 minutes.

While the cookies are mixing whisk together flour, sea salt, baking soda and baking powder in a medium sized mixing bowl.

Slowly add in the flour mixture to the cookie dough and mix until fully combined.

Stir in chocolate chunks.

Using a medium sized cookies scoop (1.5 tablespoon size) out two balls.

Stack the balls on top of each other and press together and then slightly flatten. You're looking for the cookies to be taller instead of fatter. This will help the cookies spread large but still stay nice and thick.

Sprinkle the tops with a little extra espresso salt.

Bake for about 15 minutes until dark golden brown and still slightly soft in the middle.

 

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Teresa

Wednesday 26th of February 2014

My favorite is a soft ginger cookie. Mmmmm....

Jody w

Wednesday 26th of February 2014

Cherry chocolate chip cookies!

Jeffrey

Tuesday 25th of February 2014

My favorite homemade cookie is chocolate chip. I usually make a batch of dough, store it in the fridge and bake them after dinner every night. I just leave the oven on and toss them in, fresh cookies every night. I used to make two cookies each for my wife & I and found out I like the texture better if I just double the size.

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