Cookies and Central Florida Food Blogger Bake Sale

 

Kettle Corn Toffee Cookies | Simply Southern Baking 

On a shopping trip to World Market not too long ago, I added a bag of kettle corn to the other goodies in my basket.  Since it was a little past lunch time and I’d not eaten yet, I opened the bag as soon as I got in the car (you’ve done that before, right?).  While enjoying this substitute snack for my lunch, I started wondering what it would taste like to put kettle corn in cookies.  Then I thought…hmmm, I could add toffee bits and some butter toffee almonds I’d used in another cookie recipe in the past.  When it was time to make a sweet treat for a family potluck a few weeks later, I decided this would be the perfect opportunity to try this new recipe that had been lingering around in my head (and so I could get the cookies out of the house without consuming all those calories…you know how that is).  Since I was pressed for time with making other dishes too, I started with a sugar cookie mix as the base to make it easy-on-this-baker.

 

 

Let me tell you friends, these cookies turned out just right and are the perfect balance of sweet and salty.  They started disappearing before I could pack them up…one here, one there…and so on.  Does that ever happen at your house?  That just showed my new creation was a total success!  Add another recipe to the “keeper” file, thank you. 

Since these cookies were such a hit, I’ll be making them again for the Central Florida Food Blogger Bake Sale.  Food bloggers all across the country will soon be baking up a storm to participate in the National Food Blogger Bake Sale this Saturday.  Every penny raised will be donated to Share Our Strength’s Great American Bake Sale efforts in the fight to end childhood hunger.   

The Central Florida Food Blogger Bake Sale will be held from 10:00am to 1:00pm on Saturday, April 28, outside the office of the Winter Park Harvest Festival located at 427 S. New York Avenue in Winter Park.  We’re excited to support Share Our Strength with our bake sale again.  We raised over $1300 last year and we’re upping our goal this year to $2000!  With your help, we can do it!

Please join in this worthy cause by visiting a food blogger bake sale this weekend if there’s one in your area.  You can find a list of other National Food Blogger Bake Sale locations by visiting Bloggers Without Borders (click here).

Happy Baking!  Enjoy all the goodies!

 

This post is linked to Sweet Treats Thursday, Sweet Tooth Friday, Mingle Monday, Taste and Tell Thursdays

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7 Responses to Kettle Corn Toffee Cookies

  1. Jenny Flake says:

    These look wonderful Robin! Can’t wait to bake up a batch soon!

    • Robin says:

      Thanks Jenny. I’ll be baking a batch today for the bake sale and will have to get them bagged up before they start disappearing again!

  2. Alessandra says:

    I will be trying these out on the week-end, they sound amazing. Thanks for sharing.

  3. carolinaheartstrings says:

    This recipe looks so wonderful. I cannot wait to try this recipe out. My family would love it.

  4. michelle @ The Village Cook says:

    Oooo! I love this combo! I’m known to eat “un lunch” things for lunch myself. Kettle corn included! 😉

    • Robin says:

      Thanks Michelle. I wound up eating handfuls of the kettle corn before I made these last week for the bake sale. As far as “un lunch” foods, I’ve been known to eat an entire bag of microwave popcorn for a meal myself!

  5. Rachel@Time for Good Food says:

    Cookies and kettle corn — what a great idea! I bet they sold like crazy at the bake sale. Will definitely have to try!

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