Chocolate Caramel Cookie Cup

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I’m on a bit of a Rolo kick recently.  Between my St. Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold Cookies , my 5 minute Chocolate Caramel Pretzels and these, we have had lots of delicious chocolate caramel.  The problem is, those Rolo bags have lots of candies in them, enough for plenty of recipes.  The Chocolate Caramel Cookie Cup is made with just two things.
1. Ready to Bake Sugar Cookies
2.  Rolos
With my St. Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold Cookies, I allowed my dough to flatten, but with these, I cooked them in a mini muffin tin to get the cup shape. 
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2.  Flatten one of the ready to bake sugar cookies in bottom of mini muffin tin.  
3.  Add a Rolo on top of the cookie dough
4. Repeat
5.  Bake for 12 minutes.  Time Varies depending on oven.
6. You can eat these warm and gooey, or allow them too cool.  I prefer to fill my cup with sliced strawberries. It really is delicious that way!
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  1. These look so good! I can't wait to try this recipe. What a fun yummy treat

  2. These are so cute. I think it would also be great to dip the bottoms in some milk chocolate or white chocolate and add sprinkles. So many possibilities.

  3. They look soooo good! I'll have to try this. I like the suggestion above that says to dip the in milk chocolate or white chocolate (love white chocolate!!).

  4. Love how easy these are! Maybe I'll make some for the next girls get-together.

  5. Seriously, that easy? What a genius idea!!! They look great!

  6. I haven't had a Rolo in a long time, but I've seen a couple of recipes using them recently and yours has me craving them like mad!

  7. I tried to make these a few years ago, and used the underside of the muffin tin…it did not end well. LOL!

  8. This looks sinfully good, I want one now.

  9. Yep. Going to get me some rolos now. And strawberries. Because honestly, the ones with strawberries looks yummy, and I can call it healthy since it has fruit!

  10. Those look so good. And you could add almost anything to it. Thanks so much for the recipe.

  11. Looks amazing. My husband would love these!

  12. These look so good! I love the chocolate on the inside.

  13. Too cute! My kids would love these and we just got some Rolos in a review package the other day. 🙂

  14. I honestly love these to pieces! They sound so amazing. I would add in a little bit of ice cream with those strawberries. Edible ice cream cups! yum!

  15. Love this idea, so simple, yet super cute and delicious.. thanks for sharing, this will be on our brunch table this weekend.. bet the kids will love it

  16. oh hello little rolos!! I love you so!! these look faaaaaabulous.

  17. What a delicious use of Rolo candy! I have a bag that I picked up for Valentine's Day and haven't dipped into them yet. I need to try to make something with them.

  18. I love that hidden treasure inside! Delish!

  19. I cant wait to be the super mom that brings these to the next family get together in the neighborhood! Awesome idea.

  20. Well, these look so delicious! The Rolo is the best!

  21. I never thought that is impossible, or at least the idea never crossed my mind. The photos are really delicious and you made the recipe really easy to follow. Thanks for posting and I would love to read future blogs from you! 🙂

  22. These sound so good! I love how you lighten it up with some strawberries too.

  23. Wow! These look delicious! I think my entire family would love them!

  24. Oh gosh, this looks amazing. I want some. 🙂

  25. Those sound SO good! I love Rolos.

  26. Okay. Who knew (or would think?) that these are just a premade sugar cookie dough and a rolo that were baked? I am so going to have to make these.

  27. I love Rolos! This looks like such a simple & tasty desert to make. Will have to try it out!

  28. OMG, these look and sound absolutely delicious!

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