3/20/19

Caramel Churro Cookies

Enjoy the sweet
caramel life.


Hello, friends,
and happy day to you!
I trust your week is going well
and I hope your days are being filled 
with beauty and sunshine.

Today I have a tasty little treat for you
and it's one that is sure to be a crowd pleaser. . .
Caramel Churro Cookies.


Ingredients:

2 Pillsbury pie crusts
12 soft caramel candies, cut in half
1/4 cup butter, melted
1 cup granulated sugar
1 tablespoon ground cinnamon

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F
and line a cookie tray with parchment paper;
set aside.

Roll out the pie crusts.
Use a 2-inch round cutter 
to cut out 12 pieces from each crust. 
You can reuse the crust
by simply rolling it out again.

Place a small piece of caramel candy 
in the center of one piece.
Place another piece of crust on top of the caramel
and press the edges with a fork to seal everything together.
You may want to dip your fork in water
before pressing on the dough
as this will prevent the fork from sticking.
Place cookies on the prepared tray.

Bake at 400 degrees for about 8-12 minutes
or until golden brown along the edges. 
Allow the cookies to cool completely.

In a small mixing bowl stir together 
the 1 cup of sugar and tablespoon of cinnamon.

Melt the 1/4 cup of butter
and brush onto both sides of the cookie.
Roll them in the bowl of cinnamon and sugar. 


Place the cookies on a pretty serving tray
and enjoy!


Do you have a favorite recipe
that calls for cinnamon and sugar?
I would love to know
so please feel free to share in the comment section.


Thanks for visiting, sweet friends.
May you have a most wonderful day!
{{{hugs}}}

And may I wish you
a very HAPPY SPRING!

And Spring arose on the garden fair,
Like the Spirit of Love felt everywhere;
And each flower and herb 
on Earth’s dark breast
rose from the dreams of its wintry rest.

- - Percy Bysshe Shelley, "The Sensitive Plant" - -
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35 comments

Vee said...

They sound really easy and special at the same time. Perfect for a tea party!

Debbie Harris said...

Now don't those look wonderful!
What an easy recipe, may have to try those for your dad. :-)

Happy Spring to you too!

NanaDiana said...

You have the best recipes here, Stephanie. Those look easy and fun, too. Your presentations are always beautiful.

I hope you have a great first day of Spring- xo Diana

Julie's Creative Lifestyle said...

Hello Stephanie, Happy first day of Spring. Your cookies look so yummy and delicious. Thanks for the recipe to make them. Julie xo

Tamago said...

Your cookies look so yummy!
I love any dessert with cinnamon. I don't have recipe, but I love cinnamon rolls!
Happy spring, Stephanie xo

Carla from The River said...

Another fantastic recipe.. I pinned!
Thank you for sharing! I have a feeling everyone in this house will love them.
Carla

Creations By Cindy said...

Yum . Those look so good . I love anything with caramel . Thank you for recipe . Hope you are doing well sweet lady . Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Marilyn Mathis said...

I love food with cinnamon in it. These look so good. I must try them. It sounds simple. Thanks for sharing this. Hugs

Debby Ray said...

Oh my, these look SO good! I love pie crust cookies so what's not to love about adding that little caramel goodness inside...and SO simple too...I like simple. :D Happy Spring, sweet girl!

Wandering Wren said...

How utterly gorgeous! Such a pretty yummy looking post Stephanie!
Wren x

Chris Lally said...

Oh, my gosh! What's not to love! Thank you for sharing the recipe.
And happy spring to YOU, Stephanie!

Wanda said...

They are beautiful and just look so yummy. I have partials and carmel doesn't work for me. But I think I would love the cookie w/o the carmel. They look so flaky.

I was glad I baked cookies yesterday, as this morning we had a dead battery and the AAA man was here within 10 minutes and we had a new battery within 20. He left with a bag of cookies and we got a new battery. Win-Win. HaHa.

Mari said...

Oooh! Caramel and cinnamon? What's not to like?

Marilyn McLeod @ Pink Paper Cottage said...

Oh these look delicious! Have never heard of pie crust cookies. I have to eat gluten free, but I have some gluten free pie crusts I could use and I bet they'd be simply devine! Just the pie crust rolled in the cinnamon and sugar would be great.. my mom used to do that with leftover pie crust. I love sprinkling cinnamon and sugar over any muffins that I make, right after they come out of the oven. So so good! Really adds to the flavor. Have a wonderful Spring week! xoxo Marilyn

mamasmercantile said...

They look wonderful and oh so tasty!

Anne Payne said...

You make the tastiest looking treats!!!

{{hugs}}

krishna said...

These are mouthwatering. Love to have them, but who will make for me? :D

hobbyloes said...

Oh, your cookies seem so delicious to me.
Thank you for sharing.

Anna said...

They must be so tasty.....yummy !!!
Love apple doughnuts !!!!
Have a delicious day !
Anna

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Oh my, dear me, doe these little cookies ever look tasty!! Cinnamon and sugar is always a hit, but then the added a caramel...yum! I love snickerdoodles, and those snickerdoodle bars that you made several years ago. Happy baking, sweet friend. I hope you're feeling so much better. Love and hugs.....

Kerin said...

Not only do your cookies look yummy, but they are also so pretty.
Thanks for sharing the recipe with us!

Have a sweet day!
~K.

Özlem Kutlu said...

delicious :)

Jill said...

Happy Spring!!! These looks just delightful! I think I gained 10 pounds just looking at them, lol ;-) Hope you are having a wonderful week!

Blessings,
Jill

Lowcarb team member said...

I like to use cinnamon in recipes, thanks for sharing this one.
Happy Spring Wishes.

All the best Jan

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Oh boy - I'm drooling here. Thanks for that Stephanie!!! Can you share what type of soft caramel candies you used? I'm envisioning the square ones that come individually wrapped, but I'm thinking they might not be big enough for these??? I'm thinking these would be a great addition to our Christmas baking tins next year.

Margie said...

This looks amazing,Stephanie.

I think that in Spain, they dip their churros in chocolate.

Conniecrafter said...

Oh my goodness this looks so delicious, and I love caramel so that is nice, and cinnamon and sugar too!
Thanks for sharing!

Rose L said...

Sounds so yummy!!!

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

OH WOW!! These look SO good and so easy too! I've never seen anything like this. Pinning for a time in the future when I just want to toss caution and the diet to the wind haha!

Marilyn @ MountainTopSpice said...

Oh these look scrumptious! I can't hardly resist anything caramel, and I've got to try making these! They would be perfectly lovely for a tea party! So fun and easy to make, yumminess for sure! Have a lovely and blessed weekend!

Linda Walker said...

Oh my! I just printed off a couple of recipes before stopping here as I play catch up on some blog reading but I guess I will be printing another! These sound really yummy and look some pretty lined up on your plate! I do love caramel anything.....can't wait to try these! Hope all is well with you! Have a lovely week! Hugs, Linda

Dianna said...

You always have the loveliest recipes to share here with us and they are always easy ones to make! I will definitely be giving this recipe a try, dear friend. Hugs!

Red Rose Alley said...

Oh Stephanie, your churro cookies look so good. They remind me of something I make with deep fried flour tortillas, sugar, and cinnamon. The caramel used here adds an extra something, YUMMY. You always display your goodies on pretty dishes, making them look even tastier.

I wanted to thank you for your prayers for my son. I appreciate that very much. He's at home now healing and doing better. I am blessed with special blog friends like you, who are always there when we need them. It's been an exhausting few days for me, and it comforted me to see your sweet comment this morning. : )

love, ~Sheri

The Liberty Belle said...

Thank you for sharing this recipe! I look forward to giving it a try.

Kelly-Anne said...

Oh, how perfectly delicious these little cinnamon cookies look...I love how dainty they are.
It has been a delight catching up with you, Stephanie... Praying you are well and enjoying the beginning of summer!
Blessings!

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