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For all the candy lovers out there

Photo courtesy of Imperial Sugar

Tootsie Rolls — you either love them or hate them. There doesn't seem to be an in-between. For those who fall in the "love" category, we present our Tootsie Roll Cookies! Delicious chocolate thumbprint cookies are filled with an easy-to-make Tootsie Roll ganache and sprinkled with sea salt.

Recipe courtesy of Imperial Sugar

Notes

Use a spoon to fill measuring cup with flour until required amount is obtained. Scooping measuring cup directly into flour bag will firmly pack flour resulting in too much flour required for recipe.

Ingredients

  • 1/2 Cup unsalted butter, softened
  • 1/2 Cup Imperial Sugar Extra Fine Granulated Sugar
  • 1/2 Cup Imperial Sugar Light Brown Sugar
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 Tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 1 Cup all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 Cup cocoa powder
  • 1/2 Teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 Teaspoon salt
  • 20 Tootsie Roll Midgees, unwrapped
  • 2 Tablespoons whole milk or heavy cream
  • 1 Tablespoon sea salt for garnish if desired

Tootsie Roll Cookies - Recipes

how interesting. tootsie rolls always make me think of my grandma!

Ohmygoodness I should have not read this post since I'm not supposed to eat delicious looking things like this! But I could make a batch, eat a couple then send the rest out for family so yes, yes I will try this :)

I think I know what will be happening in my kitchen this week :) These looks delightful!

LOVE this post and your whole blog! So cute :) Also random but you look like a mix of brooke shields and cindy crawford. Def got the model look going on. Cant wait to read more

Are you freakin' kidding me? How do you come up with these great combos?! These look amazing! You must bake like every day, I am jealous. my hubby is too! haha

Adorable blog! Love all your recipes!!

Hello there! Saw your sweet comment and thought I would come visit your blog. Your goodies look so amazing! I am definitely going to love following you blog :) I do live in Utah. What part of Texas are you in? I have some family that live in Austin

Oh. My. Goodness. This sounds so good. I'm seriously thinking about leaving work early, ditching my grad classes, so I can go home and make some of these. I LOVE tootsie rolls and of course like cookies, so this would be a perfect mix. I think you may have invented it, since I've not seen anything like it before.

Thanks so much for sharing!

Those cookies look fabulous! Our neighborhood had a Christams cookie exchange and this is my least favorite thing about preparing foods. baking cookies! I am going to try both of these recipies. I never used bisquick so it may be interesting.

Oh wow! I've never made cookies using tootie rolls before! These look fabulous! Thanks so much for linking up at Sweet Temptations!

my mouth is watering hardcore! that looks amazing!

Tootsie Rolls and cookies. together? Um, yes please! These look like they are so fun and yummy. I am showing them to my daughter (who is the baker in this house) and begging her to make them! Visiting from Hating Martha :).

Oh, if they do name a cookie after you what would you call it. I love tootsie rolls, I'm not a big chocolate lover, but love tootsie rolls. I want to take a bite where that roll is ousing out of. Seriously I could so go for one right now. Thanks so much for sharing at Sunday's Best. Now Following YOU!

The cookies tasted AWESOME. couldn't get them to release from the pan though. I even cut the tootsie rools in thirds & then cut each peice in half. they stuck TERRIBLY to the pan. I'm trying to cook some on foil in the oven to see how they turn out.

I'm so glad you liked them Dawn!! I'm sorry they stuck to the pan. I didn't have that problem. I bet foil would be the perfect solution. I've done that with different cookies and it worked really well. So glad you tried out the recipe!

It didn't work out well with the foil. everywhere the tootsie roll came in contact with the foil, it stuck. what I can salvage is SO tasty!

Yummy! I posted a link to this recipe on my blog. thru my pinterest board.
Thanks!
Jennifer @ The Craft Barn

These look delicious! Thank you for sharing at my party!

I ran into some major problems here, but some good changes. I followed your recipeto the letter. The cookies stuck like glue to the cookie sheet and my husband said "why are they so flat".I could not get a full cookie off the sheet without breaking. All my other chocolate cookie recipies called to cool the dough in the refrigerator for a few hours. I saved some of the dough from your recipe and chilled it. The cookies were much better!

Thank you so much for this recipe! My fiance (who is currently serving with the army in Afghanistan) is a big Tootsie Roll fan, so when I went searching around the web for a cookie that incorporated that candy, yours was by far my favorite recipe find. Simple, and delicious.

I used the cookies for a Valentine's Day care package this year, and featured them in my post at http://armypantsandflipflops.com/2013/02/14/a-valentines-day-care-package-nothing-says-i-love-you-like-three-sticks-of-butter/.

Thanks again! Though I shouldn't really be thanking you, as these cookies will spend the rest of my life destroying my waistline :)

Thanks for this recipe, it is so yummy! I have a few tips for any of your readers that are struggling with messy, broken cookies. I just made a batch and a half, so I had some room for error. First, I used parchment on all my cookie sheets. That way, I didn't have to worry about breaking them during the transfer to the cooling rack. I just slid the whole parchment off instead. When they were cool enough, I gently unstuck them using a twisting motion with my hands. I also would suggest rolling balls of dough with a single third piece of tootsie roll in the center instead of mixing the rolls in and spooning the dough. You still end up with plenty of sticky goodness without so much mess. Hope this is helpful! Even the ones I totally destroyed were amazingly tasty!


Tootsie Roll Cookies - Recipes

how interesting. tootsie rolls always make me think of my grandma!

Ohmygoodness I should have not read this post since I'm not supposed to eat delicious looking things like this! But I could make a batch, eat a couple then send the rest out for family so yes, yes I will try this :)

I think I know what will be happening in my kitchen this week :) These looks delightful!

LOVE this post and your whole blog! So cute :) Also random but you look like a mix of brooke shields and cindy crawford. Def got the model look going on. Cant wait to read more

Are you freakin' kidding me? How do you come up with these great combos?! These look amazing! You must bake like every day, I am jealous. my hubby is too! haha

Adorable blog! Love all your recipes!!

Hello there! Saw your sweet comment and thought I would come visit your blog. Your goodies look so amazing! I am definitely going to love following you blog :) I do live in Utah. What part of Texas are you in? I have some family that live in Austin

Oh. My. Goodness. This sounds so good. I'm seriously thinking about leaving work early, ditching my grad classes, so I can go home and make some of these. I LOVE tootsie rolls and of course like cookies, so this would be a perfect mix. I think you may have invented it, since I've not seen anything like it before.

Thanks so much for sharing!

Those cookies look fabulous! Our neighborhood had a Christams cookie exchange and this is my least favorite thing about preparing foods. baking cookies! I am going to try both of these recipies. I never used bisquick so it may be interesting.

Oh wow! I've never made cookies using tootie rolls before! These look fabulous! Thanks so much for linking up at Sweet Temptations!

my mouth is watering hardcore! that looks amazing!

Tootsie Rolls and cookies. together? Um, yes please! These look like they are so fun and yummy. I am showing them to my daughter (who is the baker in this house) and begging her to make them! Visiting from Hating Martha :).

Oh, if they do name a cookie after you what would you call it. I love tootsie rolls, I'm not a big chocolate lover, but love tootsie rolls. I want to take a bite where that roll is ousing out of. Seriously I could so go for one right now. Thanks so much for sharing at Sunday's Best. Now Following YOU!

The cookies tasted AWESOME. couldn't get them to release from the pan though. I even cut the tootsie rools in thirds & then cut each peice in half. they stuck TERRIBLY to the pan. I'm trying to cook some on foil in the oven to see how they turn out.

I'm so glad you liked them Dawn!! I'm sorry they stuck to the pan. I didn't have that problem. I bet foil would be the perfect solution. I've done that with different cookies and it worked really well. So glad you tried out the recipe!

It didn't work out well with the foil. everywhere the tootsie roll came in contact with the foil, it stuck. what I can salvage is SO tasty!

Yummy! I posted a link to this recipe on my blog. thru my pinterest board.
Thanks!
Jennifer @ The Craft Barn

These look delicious! Thank you for sharing at my party!

I ran into some major problems here, but some good changes. I followed your recipeto the letter. The cookies stuck like glue to the cookie sheet and my husband said "why are they so flat".I could not get a full cookie off the sheet without breaking. All my other chocolate cookie recipies called to cool the dough in the refrigerator for a few hours. I saved some of the dough from your recipe and chilled it. The cookies were much better!

Thank you so much for this recipe! My fiance (who is currently serving with the army in Afghanistan) is a big Tootsie Roll fan, so when I went searching around the web for a cookie that incorporated that candy, yours was by far my favorite recipe find. Simple, and delicious.

I used the cookies for a Valentine's Day care package this year, and featured them in my post at http://armypantsandflipflops.com/2013/02/14/a-valentines-day-care-package-nothing-says-i-love-you-like-three-sticks-of-butter/.

Thanks again! Though I shouldn't really be thanking you, as these cookies will spend the rest of my life destroying my waistline :)

Thanks for this recipe, it is so yummy! I have a few tips for any of your readers that are struggling with messy, broken cookies. I just made a batch and a half, so I had some room for error. First, I used parchment on all my cookie sheets. That way, I didn't have to worry about breaking them during the transfer to the cooling rack. I just slid the whole parchment off instead. When they were cool enough, I gently unstuck them using a twisting motion with my hands. I also would suggest rolling balls of dough with a single third piece of tootsie roll in the center instead of mixing the rolls in and spooning the dough. You still end up with plenty of sticky goodness without so much mess. Hope this is helpful! Even the ones I totally destroyed were amazingly tasty!


Tootsie Roll Cookies - Recipes

how interesting. tootsie rolls always make me think of my grandma!

Ohmygoodness I should have not read this post since I'm not supposed to eat delicious looking things like this! But I could make a batch, eat a couple then send the rest out for family so yes, yes I will try this :)

I think I know what will be happening in my kitchen this week :) These looks delightful!

LOVE this post and your whole blog! So cute :) Also random but you look like a mix of brooke shields and cindy crawford. Def got the model look going on. Cant wait to read more

Are you freakin' kidding me? How do you come up with these great combos?! These look amazing! You must bake like every day, I am jealous. my hubby is too! haha

Adorable blog! Love all your recipes!!

Hello there! Saw your sweet comment and thought I would come visit your blog. Your goodies look so amazing! I am definitely going to love following you blog :) I do live in Utah. What part of Texas are you in? I have some family that live in Austin

Oh. My. Goodness. This sounds so good. I'm seriously thinking about leaving work early, ditching my grad classes, so I can go home and make some of these. I LOVE tootsie rolls and of course like cookies, so this would be a perfect mix. I think you may have invented it, since I've not seen anything like it before.

Thanks so much for sharing!

Those cookies look fabulous! Our neighborhood had a Christams cookie exchange and this is my least favorite thing about preparing foods. baking cookies! I am going to try both of these recipies. I never used bisquick so it may be interesting.

Oh wow! I've never made cookies using tootie rolls before! These look fabulous! Thanks so much for linking up at Sweet Temptations!

my mouth is watering hardcore! that looks amazing!

Tootsie Rolls and cookies. together? Um, yes please! These look like they are so fun and yummy. I am showing them to my daughter (who is the baker in this house) and begging her to make them! Visiting from Hating Martha :).

Oh, if they do name a cookie after you what would you call it. I love tootsie rolls, I'm not a big chocolate lover, but love tootsie rolls. I want to take a bite where that roll is ousing out of. Seriously I could so go for one right now. Thanks so much for sharing at Sunday's Best. Now Following YOU!

The cookies tasted AWESOME. couldn't get them to release from the pan though. I even cut the tootsie rools in thirds & then cut each peice in half. they stuck TERRIBLY to the pan. I'm trying to cook some on foil in the oven to see how they turn out.

I'm so glad you liked them Dawn!! I'm sorry they stuck to the pan. I didn't have that problem. I bet foil would be the perfect solution. I've done that with different cookies and it worked really well. So glad you tried out the recipe!

It didn't work out well with the foil. everywhere the tootsie roll came in contact with the foil, it stuck. what I can salvage is SO tasty!

Yummy! I posted a link to this recipe on my blog. thru my pinterest board.
Thanks!
Jennifer @ The Craft Barn

These look delicious! Thank you for sharing at my party!

I ran into some major problems here, but some good changes. I followed your recipeto the letter. The cookies stuck like glue to the cookie sheet and my husband said "why are they so flat".I could not get a full cookie off the sheet without breaking. All my other chocolate cookie recipies called to cool the dough in the refrigerator for a few hours. I saved some of the dough from your recipe and chilled it. The cookies were much better!

Thank you so much for this recipe! My fiance (who is currently serving with the army in Afghanistan) is a big Tootsie Roll fan, so when I went searching around the web for a cookie that incorporated that candy, yours was by far my favorite recipe find. Simple, and delicious.

I used the cookies for a Valentine's Day care package this year, and featured them in my post at http://armypantsandflipflops.com/2013/02/14/a-valentines-day-care-package-nothing-says-i-love-you-like-three-sticks-of-butter/.

Thanks again! Though I shouldn't really be thanking you, as these cookies will spend the rest of my life destroying my waistline :)

Thanks for this recipe, it is so yummy! I have a few tips for any of your readers that are struggling with messy, broken cookies. I just made a batch and a half, so I had some room for error. First, I used parchment on all my cookie sheets. That way, I didn't have to worry about breaking them during the transfer to the cooling rack. I just slid the whole parchment off instead. When they were cool enough, I gently unstuck them using a twisting motion with my hands. I also would suggest rolling balls of dough with a single third piece of tootsie roll in the center instead of mixing the rolls in and spooning the dough. You still end up with plenty of sticky goodness without so much mess. Hope this is helpful! Even the ones I totally destroyed were amazingly tasty!


Tootsie Roll Cookies - Recipes

how interesting. tootsie rolls always make me think of my grandma!

Ohmygoodness I should have not read this post since I'm not supposed to eat delicious looking things like this! But I could make a batch, eat a couple then send the rest out for family so yes, yes I will try this :)

I think I know what will be happening in my kitchen this week :) These looks delightful!

LOVE this post and your whole blog! So cute :) Also random but you look like a mix of brooke shields and cindy crawford. Def got the model look going on. Cant wait to read more

Are you freakin' kidding me? How do you come up with these great combos?! These look amazing! You must bake like every day, I am jealous. my hubby is too! haha

Adorable blog! Love all your recipes!!

Hello there! Saw your sweet comment and thought I would come visit your blog. Your goodies look so amazing! I am definitely going to love following you blog :) I do live in Utah. What part of Texas are you in? I have some family that live in Austin

Oh. My. Goodness. This sounds so good. I'm seriously thinking about leaving work early, ditching my grad classes, so I can go home and make some of these. I LOVE tootsie rolls and of course like cookies, so this would be a perfect mix. I think you may have invented it, since I've not seen anything like it before.

Thanks so much for sharing!

Those cookies look fabulous! Our neighborhood had a Christams cookie exchange and this is my least favorite thing about preparing foods. baking cookies! I am going to try both of these recipies. I never used bisquick so it may be interesting.

Oh wow! I've never made cookies using tootie rolls before! These look fabulous! Thanks so much for linking up at Sweet Temptations!

my mouth is watering hardcore! that looks amazing!

Tootsie Rolls and cookies. together? Um, yes please! These look like they are so fun and yummy. I am showing them to my daughter (who is the baker in this house) and begging her to make them! Visiting from Hating Martha :).

Oh, if they do name a cookie after you what would you call it. I love tootsie rolls, I'm not a big chocolate lover, but love tootsie rolls. I want to take a bite where that roll is ousing out of. Seriously I could so go for one right now. Thanks so much for sharing at Sunday's Best. Now Following YOU!

The cookies tasted AWESOME. couldn't get them to release from the pan though. I even cut the tootsie rools in thirds & then cut each peice in half. they stuck TERRIBLY to the pan. I'm trying to cook some on foil in the oven to see how they turn out.

I'm so glad you liked them Dawn!! I'm sorry they stuck to the pan. I didn't have that problem. I bet foil would be the perfect solution. I've done that with different cookies and it worked really well. So glad you tried out the recipe!

It didn't work out well with the foil. everywhere the tootsie roll came in contact with the foil, it stuck. what I can salvage is SO tasty!

Yummy! I posted a link to this recipe on my blog. thru my pinterest board.
Thanks!
Jennifer @ The Craft Barn

These look delicious! Thank you for sharing at my party!

I ran into some major problems here, but some good changes. I followed your recipeto the letter. The cookies stuck like glue to the cookie sheet and my husband said "why are they so flat".I could not get a full cookie off the sheet without breaking. All my other chocolate cookie recipies called to cool the dough in the refrigerator for a few hours. I saved some of the dough from your recipe and chilled it. The cookies were much better!

Thank you so much for this recipe! My fiance (who is currently serving with the army in Afghanistan) is a big Tootsie Roll fan, so when I went searching around the web for a cookie that incorporated that candy, yours was by far my favorite recipe find. Simple, and delicious.

I used the cookies for a Valentine's Day care package this year, and featured them in my post at http://armypantsandflipflops.com/2013/02/14/a-valentines-day-care-package-nothing-says-i-love-you-like-three-sticks-of-butter/.

Thanks again! Though I shouldn't really be thanking you, as these cookies will spend the rest of my life destroying my waistline :)

Thanks for this recipe, it is so yummy! I have a few tips for any of your readers that are struggling with messy, broken cookies. I just made a batch and a half, so I had some room for error. First, I used parchment on all my cookie sheets. That way, I didn't have to worry about breaking them during the transfer to the cooling rack. I just slid the whole parchment off instead. When they were cool enough, I gently unstuck them using a twisting motion with my hands. I also would suggest rolling balls of dough with a single third piece of tootsie roll in the center instead of mixing the rolls in and spooning the dough. You still end up with plenty of sticky goodness without so much mess. Hope this is helpful! Even the ones I totally destroyed were amazingly tasty!


Tootsie Roll Cookies - Recipes

how interesting. tootsie rolls always make me think of my grandma!

Ohmygoodness I should have not read this post since I'm not supposed to eat delicious looking things like this! But I could make a batch, eat a couple then send the rest out for family so yes, yes I will try this :)

I think I know what will be happening in my kitchen this week :) These looks delightful!

LOVE this post and your whole blog! So cute :) Also random but you look like a mix of brooke shields and cindy crawford. Def got the model look going on. Cant wait to read more

Are you freakin' kidding me? How do you come up with these great combos?! These look amazing! You must bake like every day, I am jealous. my hubby is too! haha

Adorable blog! Love all your recipes!!

Hello there! Saw your sweet comment and thought I would come visit your blog. Your goodies look so amazing! I am definitely going to love following you blog :) I do live in Utah. What part of Texas are you in? I have some family that live in Austin

Oh. My. Goodness. This sounds so good. I'm seriously thinking about leaving work early, ditching my grad classes, so I can go home and make some of these. I LOVE tootsie rolls and of course like cookies, so this would be a perfect mix. I think you may have invented it, since I've not seen anything like it before.

Thanks so much for sharing!

Those cookies look fabulous! Our neighborhood had a Christams cookie exchange and this is my least favorite thing about preparing foods. baking cookies! I am going to try both of these recipies. I never used bisquick so it may be interesting.

Oh wow! I've never made cookies using tootie rolls before! These look fabulous! Thanks so much for linking up at Sweet Temptations!

my mouth is watering hardcore! that looks amazing!

Tootsie Rolls and cookies. together? Um, yes please! These look like they are so fun and yummy. I am showing them to my daughter (who is the baker in this house) and begging her to make them! Visiting from Hating Martha :).

Oh, if they do name a cookie after you what would you call it. I love tootsie rolls, I'm not a big chocolate lover, but love tootsie rolls. I want to take a bite where that roll is ousing out of. Seriously I could so go for one right now. Thanks so much for sharing at Sunday's Best. Now Following YOU!

The cookies tasted AWESOME. couldn't get them to release from the pan though. I even cut the tootsie rools in thirds & then cut each peice in half. they stuck TERRIBLY to the pan. I'm trying to cook some on foil in the oven to see how they turn out.

I'm so glad you liked them Dawn!! I'm sorry they stuck to the pan. I didn't have that problem. I bet foil would be the perfect solution. I've done that with different cookies and it worked really well. So glad you tried out the recipe!

It didn't work out well with the foil. everywhere the tootsie roll came in contact with the foil, it stuck. what I can salvage is SO tasty!

Yummy! I posted a link to this recipe on my blog. thru my pinterest board.
Thanks!
Jennifer @ The Craft Barn

These look delicious! Thank you for sharing at my party!

I ran into some major problems here, but some good changes. I followed your recipeto the letter. The cookies stuck like glue to the cookie sheet and my husband said "why are they so flat".I could not get a full cookie off the sheet without breaking. All my other chocolate cookie recipies called to cool the dough in the refrigerator for a few hours. I saved some of the dough from your recipe and chilled it. The cookies were much better!

Thank you so much for this recipe! My fiance (who is currently serving with the army in Afghanistan) is a big Tootsie Roll fan, so when I went searching around the web for a cookie that incorporated that candy, yours was by far my favorite recipe find. Simple, and delicious.

I used the cookies for a Valentine's Day care package this year, and featured them in my post at http://armypantsandflipflops.com/2013/02/14/a-valentines-day-care-package-nothing-says-i-love-you-like-three-sticks-of-butter/.

Thanks again! Though I shouldn't really be thanking you, as these cookies will spend the rest of my life destroying my waistline :)

Thanks for this recipe, it is so yummy! I have a few tips for any of your readers that are struggling with messy, broken cookies. I just made a batch and a half, so I had some room for error. First, I used parchment on all my cookie sheets. That way, I didn't have to worry about breaking them during the transfer to the cooling rack. I just slid the whole parchment off instead. When they were cool enough, I gently unstuck them using a twisting motion with my hands. I also would suggest rolling balls of dough with a single third piece of tootsie roll in the center instead of mixing the rolls in and spooning the dough. You still end up with plenty of sticky goodness without so much mess. Hope this is helpful! Even the ones I totally destroyed were amazingly tasty!


Tootsie Roll Cookies - Recipes

how interesting. tootsie rolls always make me think of my grandma!

Ohmygoodness I should have not read this post since I'm not supposed to eat delicious looking things like this! But I could make a batch, eat a couple then send the rest out for family so yes, yes I will try this :)

I think I know what will be happening in my kitchen this week :) These looks delightful!

LOVE this post and your whole blog! So cute :) Also random but you look like a mix of brooke shields and cindy crawford. Def got the model look going on. Cant wait to read more

Are you freakin' kidding me? How do you come up with these great combos?! These look amazing! You must bake like every day, I am jealous. my hubby is too! haha

Adorable blog! Love all your recipes!!

Hello there! Saw your sweet comment and thought I would come visit your blog. Your goodies look so amazing! I am definitely going to love following you blog :) I do live in Utah. What part of Texas are you in? I have some family that live in Austin

Oh. My. Goodness. This sounds so good. I'm seriously thinking about leaving work early, ditching my grad classes, so I can go home and make some of these. I LOVE tootsie rolls and of course like cookies, so this would be a perfect mix. I think you may have invented it, since I've not seen anything like it before.

Thanks so much for sharing!

Those cookies look fabulous! Our neighborhood had a Christams cookie exchange and this is my least favorite thing about preparing foods. baking cookies! I am going to try both of these recipies. I never used bisquick so it may be interesting.

Oh wow! I've never made cookies using tootie rolls before! These look fabulous! Thanks so much for linking up at Sweet Temptations!

my mouth is watering hardcore! that looks amazing!

Tootsie Rolls and cookies. together? Um, yes please! These look like they are so fun and yummy. I am showing them to my daughter (who is the baker in this house) and begging her to make them! Visiting from Hating Martha :).

Oh, if they do name a cookie after you what would you call it. I love tootsie rolls, I'm not a big chocolate lover, but love tootsie rolls. I want to take a bite where that roll is ousing out of. Seriously I could so go for one right now. Thanks so much for sharing at Sunday's Best. Now Following YOU!

The cookies tasted AWESOME. couldn't get them to release from the pan though. I even cut the tootsie rools in thirds & then cut each peice in half. they stuck TERRIBLY to the pan. I'm trying to cook some on foil in the oven to see how they turn out.

I'm so glad you liked them Dawn!! I'm sorry they stuck to the pan. I didn't have that problem. I bet foil would be the perfect solution. I've done that with different cookies and it worked really well. So glad you tried out the recipe!

It didn't work out well with the foil. everywhere the tootsie roll came in contact with the foil, it stuck. what I can salvage is SO tasty!

Yummy! I posted a link to this recipe on my blog. thru my pinterest board.
Thanks!
Jennifer @ The Craft Barn

These look delicious! Thank you for sharing at my party!

I ran into some major problems here, but some good changes. I followed your recipeto the letter. The cookies stuck like glue to the cookie sheet and my husband said "why are they so flat".I could not get a full cookie off the sheet without breaking. All my other chocolate cookie recipies called to cool the dough in the refrigerator for a few hours. I saved some of the dough from your recipe and chilled it. The cookies were much better!

Thank you so much for this recipe! My fiance (who is currently serving with the army in Afghanistan) is a big Tootsie Roll fan, so when I went searching around the web for a cookie that incorporated that candy, yours was by far my favorite recipe find. Simple, and delicious.

I used the cookies for a Valentine's Day care package this year, and featured them in my post at http://armypantsandflipflops.com/2013/02/14/a-valentines-day-care-package-nothing-says-i-love-you-like-three-sticks-of-butter/.

Thanks again! Though I shouldn't really be thanking you, as these cookies will spend the rest of my life destroying my waistline :)

Thanks for this recipe, it is so yummy! I have a few tips for any of your readers that are struggling with messy, broken cookies. I just made a batch and a half, so I had some room for error. First, I used parchment on all my cookie sheets. That way, I didn't have to worry about breaking them during the transfer to the cooling rack. I just slid the whole parchment off instead. When they were cool enough, I gently unstuck them using a twisting motion with my hands. I also would suggest rolling balls of dough with a single third piece of tootsie roll in the center instead of mixing the rolls in and spooning the dough. You still end up with plenty of sticky goodness without so much mess. Hope this is helpful! Even the ones I totally destroyed were amazingly tasty!


Tootsie Roll Cookies - Recipes

how interesting. tootsie rolls always make me think of my grandma!

Ohmygoodness I should have not read this post since I'm not supposed to eat delicious looking things like this! But I could make a batch, eat a couple then send the rest out for family so yes, yes I will try this :)

I think I know what will be happening in my kitchen this week :) These looks delightful!

LOVE this post and your whole blog! So cute :) Also random but you look like a mix of brooke shields and cindy crawford. Def got the model look going on. Cant wait to read more

Are you freakin' kidding me? How do you come up with these great combos?! These look amazing! You must bake like every day, I am jealous. my hubby is too! haha

Adorable blog! Love all your recipes!!

Hello there! Saw your sweet comment and thought I would come visit your blog. Your goodies look so amazing! I am definitely going to love following you blog :) I do live in Utah. What part of Texas are you in? I have some family that live in Austin

Oh. My. Goodness. This sounds so good. I'm seriously thinking about leaving work early, ditching my grad classes, so I can go home and make some of these. I LOVE tootsie rolls and of course like cookies, so this would be a perfect mix. I think you may have invented it, since I've not seen anything like it before.

Thanks so much for sharing!

Those cookies look fabulous! Our neighborhood had a Christams cookie exchange and this is my least favorite thing about preparing foods. baking cookies! I am going to try both of these recipies. I never used bisquick so it may be interesting.

Oh wow! I've never made cookies using tootie rolls before! These look fabulous! Thanks so much for linking up at Sweet Temptations!

my mouth is watering hardcore! that looks amazing!

Tootsie Rolls and cookies. together? Um, yes please! These look like they are so fun and yummy. I am showing them to my daughter (who is the baker in this house) and begging her to make them! Visiting from Hating Martha :).

Oh, if they do name a cookie after you what would you call it. I love tootsie rolls, I'm not a big chocolate lover, but love tootsie rolls. I want to take a bite where that roll is ousing out of. Seriously I could so go for one right now. Thanks so much for sharing at Sunday's Best. Now Following YOU!

The cookies tasted AWESOME. couldn't get them to release from the pan though. I even cut the tootsie rools in thirds & then cut each peice in half. they stuck TERRIBLY to the pan. I'm trying to cook some on foil in the oven to see how they turn out.

I'm so glad you liked them Dawn!! I'm sorry they stuck to the pan. I didn't have that problem. I bet foil would be the perfect solution. I've done that with different cookies and it worked really well. So glad you tried out the recipe!

It didn't work out well with the foil. everywhere the tootsie roll came in contact with the foil, it stuck. what I can salvage is SO tasty!

Yummy! I posted a link to this recipe on my blog. thru my pinterest board.
Thanks!
Jennifer @ The Craft Barn

These look delicious! Thank you for sharing at my party!

I ran into some major problems here, but some good changes. I followed your recipeto the letter. The cookies stuck like glue to the cookie sheet and my husband said "why are they so flat".I could not get a full cookie off the sheet without breaking. All my other chocolate cookie recipies called to cool the dough in the refrigerator for a few hours. I saved some of the dough from your recipe and chilled it. The cookies were much better!

Thank you so much for this recipe! My fiance (who is currently serving with the army in Afghanistan) is a big Tootsie Roll fan, so when I went searching around the web for a cookie that incorporated that candy, yours was by far my favorite recipe find. Simple, and delicious.

I used the cookies for a Valentine's Day care package this year, and featured them in my post at http://armypantsandflipflops.com/2013/02/14/a-valentines-day-care-package-nothing-says-i-love-you-like-three-sticks-of-butter/.

Thanks again! Though I shouldn't really be thanking you, as these cookies will spend the rest of my life destroying my waistline :)

Thanks for this recipe, it is so yummy! I have a few tips for any of your readers that are struggling with messy, broken cookies. I just made a batch and a half, so I had some room for error. First, I used parchment on all my cookie sheets. That way, I didn't have to worry about breaking them during the transfer to the cooling rack. I just slid the whole parchment off instead. When they were cool enough, I gently unstuck them using a twisting motion with my hands. I also would suggest rolling balls of dough with a single third piece of tootsie roll in the center instead of mixing the rolls in and spooning the dough. You still end up with plenty of sticky goodness without so much mess. Hope this is helpful! Even the ones I totally destroyed were amazingly tasty!


Tootsie Roll Cookies - Recipes

how interesting. tootsie rolls always make me think of my grandma!

Ohmygoodness I should have not read this post since I'm not supposed to eat delicious looking things like this! But I could make a batch, eat a couple then send the rest out for family so yes, yes I will try this :)

I think I know what will be happening in my kitchen this week :) These looks delightful!

LOVE this post and your whole blog! So cute :) Also random but you look like a mix of brooke shields and cindy crawford. Def got the model look going on. Cant wait to read more

Are you freakin' kidding me? How do you come up with these great combos?! These look amazing! You must bake like every day, I am jealous. my hubby is too! haha

Adorable blog! Love all your recipes!!

Hello there! Saw your sweet comment and thought I would come visit your blog. Your goodies look so amazing! I am definitely going to love following you blog :) I do live in Utah. What part of Texas are you in? I have some family that live in Austin

Oh. My. Goodness. This sounds so good. I'm seriously thinking about leaving work early, ditching my grad classes, so I can go home and make some of these. I LOVE tootsie rolls and of course like cookies, so this would be a perfect mix. I think you may have invented it, since I've not seen anything like it before.

Thanks so much for sharing!

Those cookies look fabulous! Our neighborhood had a Christams cookie exchange and this is my least favorite thing about preparing foods. baking cookies! I am going to try both of these recipies. I never used bisquick so it may be interesting.

Oh wow! I've never made cookies using tootie rolls before! These look fabulous! Thanks so much for linking up at Sweet Temptations!

my mouth is watering hardcore! that looks amazing!

Tootsie Rolls and cookies. together? Um, yes please! These look like they are so fun and yummy. I am showing them to my daughter (who is the baker in this house) and begging her to make them! Visiting from Hating Martha :).

Oh, if they do name a cookie after you what would you call it. I love tootsie rolls, I'm not a big chocolate lover, but love tootsie rolls. I want to take a bite where that roll is ousing out of. Seriously I could so go for one right now. Thanks so much for sharing at Sunday's Best. Now Following YOU!

The cookies tasted AWESOME. couldn't get them to release from the pan though. I even cut the tootsie rools in thirds & then cut each peice in half. they stuck TERRIBLY to the pan. I'm trying to cook some on foil in the oven to see how they turn out.

I'm so glad you liked them Dawn!! I'm sorry they stuck to the pan. I didn't have that problem. I bet foil would be the perfect solution. I've done that with different cookies and it worked really well. So glad you tried out the recipe!

It didn't work out well with the foil. everywhere the tootsie roll came in contact with the foil, it stuck. what I can salvage is SO tasty!

Yummy! I posted a link to this recipe on my blog. thru my pinterest board.
Thanks!
Jennifer @ The Craft Barn

These look delicious! Thank you for sharing at my party!

I ran into some major problems here, but some good changes. I followed your recipeto the letter. The cookies stuck like glue to the cookie sheet and my husband said "why are they so flat".I could not get a full cookie off the sheet without breaking. All my other chocolate cookie recipies called to cool the dough in the refrigerator for a few hours. I saved some of the dough from your recipe and chilled it. The cookies were much better!

Thank you so much for this recipe! My fiance (who is currently serving with the army in Afghanistan) is a big Tootsie Roll fan, so when I went searching around the web for a cookie that incorporated that candy, yours was by far my favorite recipe find. Simple, and delicious.

I used the cookies for a Valentine's Day care package this year, and featured them in my post at http://armypantsandflipflops.com/2013/02/14/a-valentines-day-care-package-nothing-says-i-love-you-like-three-sticks-of-butter/.

Thanks again! Though I shouldn't really be thanking you, as these cookies will spend the rest of my life destroying my waistline :)

Thanks for this recipe, it is so yummy! I have a few tips for any of your readers that are struggling with messy, broken cookies. I just made a batch and a half, so I had some room for error. First, I used parchment on all my cookie sheets. That way, I didn't have to worry about breaking them during the transfer to the cooling rack. I just slid the whole parchment off instead. When they were cool enough, I gently unstuck them using a twisting motion with my hands. I also would suggest rolling balls of dough with a single third piece of tootsie roll in the center instead of mixing the rolls in and spooning the dough. You still end up with plenty of sticky goodness without so much mess. Hope this is helpful! Even the ones I totally destroyed were amazingly tasty!


Tootsie Roll Cookies - Recipes

how interesting. tootsie rolls always make me think of my grandma!

Ohmygoodness I should have not read this post since I'm not supposed to eat delicious looking things like this! But I could make a batch, eat a couple then send the rest out for family so yes, yes I will try this :)

I think I know what will be happening in my kitchen this week :) These looks delightful!

LOVE this post and your whole blog! So cute :) Also random but you look like a mix of brooke shields and cindy crawford. Def got the model look going on. Cant wait to read more

Are you freakin' kidding me? How do you come up with these great combos?! These look amazing! You must bake like every day, I am jealous. my hubby is too! haha

Adorable blog! Love all your recipes!!

Hello there! Saw your sweet comment and thought I would come visit your blog. Your goodies look so amazing! I am definitely going to love following you blog :) I do live in Utah. What part of Texas are you in? I have some family that live in Austin

Oh. My. Goodness. This sounds so good. I'm seriously thinking about leaving work early, ditching my grad classes, so I can go home and make some of these. I LOVE tootsie rolls and of course like cookies, so this would be a perfect mix. I think you may have invented it, since I've not seen anything like it before.

Thanks so much for sharing!

Those cookies look fabulous! Our neighborhood had a Christams cookie exchange and this is my least favorite thing about preparing foods. baking cookies! I am going to try both of these recipies. I never used bisquick so it may be interesting.

Oh wow! I've never made cookies using tootie rolls before! These look fabulous! Thanks so much for linking up at Sweet Temptations!

my mouth is watering hardcore! that looks amazing!

Tootsie Rolls and cookies. together? Um, yes please! These look like they are so fun and yummy. I am showing them to my daughter (who is the baker in this house) and begging her to make them! Visiting from Hating Martha :).

Oh, if they do name a cookie after you what would you call it. I love tootsie rolls, I'm not a big chocolate lover, but love tootsie rolls. I want to take a bite where that roll is ousing out of. Seriously I could so go for one right now. Thanks so much for sharing at Sunday's Best. Now Following YOU!

The cookies tasted AWESOME. couldn't get them to release from the pan though. I even cut the tootsie rools in thirds & then cut each peice in half. they stuck TERRIBLY to the pan. I'm trying to cook some on foil in the oven to see how they turn out.

I'm so glad you liked them Dawn!! I'm sorry they stuck to the pan. I didn't have that problem. I bet foil would be the perfect solution. I've done that with different cookies and it worked really well. So glad you tried out the recipe!

It didn't work out well with the foil. everywhere the tootsie roll came in contact with the foil, it stuck. what I can salvage is SO tasty!

Yummy! I posted a link to this recipe on my blog. thru my pinterest board.
Thanks!
Jennifer @ The Craft Barn

These look delicious! Thank you for sharing at my party!

I ran into some major problems here, but some good changes. I followed your recipeto the letter. The cookies stuck like glue to the cookie sheet and my husband said "why are they so flat".I could not get a full cookie off the sheet without breaking. All my other chocolate cookie recipies called to cool the dough in the refrigerator for a few hours. I saved some of the dough from your recipe and chilled it. The cookies were much better!

Thank you so much for this recipe! My fiance (who is currently serving with the army in Afghanistan) is a big Tootsie Roll fan, so when I went searching around the web for a cookie that incorporated that candy, yours was by far my favorite recipe find. Simple, and delicious.

I used the cookies for a Valentine's Day care package this year, and featured them in my post at http://armypantsandflipflops.com/2013/02/14/a-valentines-day-care-package-nothing-says-i-love-you-like-three-sticks-of-butter/.

Thanks again! Though I shouldn't really be thanking you, as these cookies will spend the rest of my life destroying my waistline :)

Thanks for this recipe, it is so yummy! I have a few tips for any of your readers that are struggling with messy, broken cookies. I just made a batch and a half, so I had some room for error. First, I used parchment on all my cookie sheets. That way, I didn't have to worry about breaking them during the transfer to the cooling rack. I just slid the whole parchment off instead. When they were cool enough, I gently unstuck them using a twisting motion with my hands. I also would suggest rolling balls of dough with a single third piece of tootsie roll in the center instead of mixing the rolls in and spooning the dough. You still end up with plenty of sticky goodness without so much mess. Hope this is helpful! Even the ones I totally destroyed were amazingly tasty!


Tootsie Roll Cookies - Recipes

how interesting. tootsie rolls always make me think of my grandma!

Ohmygoodness I should have not read this post since I'm not supposed to eat delicious looking things like this! But I could make a batch, eat a couple then send the rest out for family so yes, yes I will try this :)

I think I know what will be happening in my kitchen this week :) These looks delightful!

LOVE this post and your whole blog! So cute :) Also random but you look like a mix of brooke shields and cindy crawford. Def got the model look going on. Cant wait to read more

Are you freakin' kidding me? How do you come up with these great combos?! These look amazing! You must bake like every day, I am jealous. my hubby is too! haha

Adorable blog! Love all your recipes!!

Hello there! Saw your sweet comment and thought I would come visit your blog. Your goodies look so amazing! I am definitely going to love following you blog :) I do live in Utah. What part of Texas are you in? I have some family that live in Austin

Oh. My. Goodness. This sounds so good. I'm seriously thinking about leaving work early, ditching my grad classes, so I can go home and make some of these. I LOVE tootsie rolls and of course like cookies, so this would be a perfect mix. I think you may have invented it, since I've not seen anything like it before.

Thanks so much for sharing!

Those cookies look fabulous! Our neighborhood had a Christams cookie exchange and this is my least favorite thing about preparing foods. baking cookies! I am going to try both of these recipies. I never used bisquick so it may be interesting.

Oh wow! I've never made cookies using tootie rolls before! These look fabulous! Thanks so much for linking up at Sweet Temptations!

my mouth is watering hardcore! that looks amazing!

Tootsie Rolls and cookies. together? Um, yes please! These look like they are so fun and yummy. I am showing them to my daughter (who is the baker in this house) and begging her to make them! Visiting from Hating Martha :).

Oh, if they do name a cookie after you what would you call it. I love tootsie rolls, I'm not a big chocolate lover, but love tootsie rolls. I want to take a bite where that roll is ousing out of. Seriously I could so go for one right now. Thanks so much for sharing at Sunday's Best. Now Following YOU!

The cookies tasted AWESOME. couldn't get them to release from the pan though. I even cut the tootsie rools in thirds & then cut each peice in half. they stuck TERRIBLY to the pan. I'm trying to cook some on foil in the oven to see how they turn out.

I'm so glad you liked them Dawn!! I'm sorry they stuck to the pan. I didn't have that problem. I bet foil would be the perfect solution. I've done that with different cookies and it worked really well. So glad you tried out the recipe!

It didn't work out well with the foil. everywhere the tootsie roll came in contact with the foil, it stuck. what I can salvage is SO tasty!

Yummy! I posted a link to this recipe on my blog. thru my pinterest board.
Thanks!
Jennifer @ The Craft Barn

These look delicious! Thank you for sharing at my party!

I ran into some major problems here, but some good changes. I followed your recipeto the letter. The cookies stuck like glue to the cookie sheet and my husband said "why are they so flat".I could not get a full cookie off the sheet without breaking. All my other chocolate cookie recipies called to cool the dough in the refrigerator for a few hours. I saved some of the dough from your recipe and chilled it. The cookies were much better!

Thank you so much for this recipe! My fiance (who is currently serving with the army in Afghanistan) is a big Tootsie Roll fan, so when I went searching around the web for a cookie that incorporated that candy, yours was by far my favorite recipe find. Simple, and delicious.

I used the cookies for a Valentine's Day care package this year, and featured them in my post at http://armypantsandflipflops.com/2013/02/14/a-valentines-day-care-package-nothing-says-i-love-you-like-three-sticks-of-butter/.

Thanks again! Though I shouldn't really be thanking you, as these cookies will spend the rest of my life destroying my waistline :)

Thanks for this recipe, it is so yummy! I have a few tips for any of your readers that are struggling with messy, broken cookies. I just made a batch and a half, so I had some room for error. First, I used parchment on all my cookie sheets. That way, I didn't have to worry about breaking them during the transfer to the cooling rack. I just slid the whole parchment off instead. When they were cool enough, I gently unstuck them using a twisting motion with my hands. I also would suggest rolling balls of dough with a single third piece of tootsie roll in the center instead of mixing the rolls in and spooning the dough. You still end up with plenty of sticky goodness without so much mess. Hope this is helpful! Even the ones I totally destroyed were amazingly tasty!


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