If you love butter pecan flavor, give these gluten free butter pecan and caramel cookies a try. You will love these fun caramel bits I found to go in these cookies!
Butter pecan is one of my favorite ice cream flavors.
There is something about the creamy goodness mixed in with that butter and nutty pecan flavor that makes me buy this flavor all of the time. Add caramel sauce, and it is heaven.
What better way to enjoy butter pecan than in these delicious caramel butter pecan gluten free cookies?
I have learned my kids will devour any cookies with melted caramel bits…I may need to find a way to hide more veggies into my cookies. Caramel camouflage may just be the sneaky way to achieve this (insert evil grin.)
These cookies took a little time to create. Lots of trial and error to get the flavors just right. I used Kraft caramel bits to get the caramel flavor into the cookies. (*Note to be careful when you take these out of the oven. The melted caramel is HOT!)
Do you have a favorite flavor of ice cream that would be fun to create a cookie around?
I added the pecans to the dry ingredients.
This is a one bowl cookie so I just added the wet ingredients in on top of the dry ingredients.
The dough is a little more firm then other cookies I have made.
Use a cookie scoop to drop the dough balls onto a cookie sheet.
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Tools You Need To Make This Recipe:
- This cookie scoop helps make sure your cookies are all the same size!
- My favorite gluten free flour blend makes gluten free baking so easy.
How to make gluten free butter pecan cookies:
Easy gluten free butter pecan caramel cookies
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Spray coconut oil onto a cookie sheet.
In a large bowl, add dry ingredients and whisk to blend.
Add all wet ingredients, pecans, and caramel bits.
Use a cookie scoop to drop cookie balls onto baking sheet.
Bake 8 minutes until done.
Cool on a cooling rack.
More Delicious Cookie Recipes to Try!
If you want to try a cookie with hidden veggies and caramel bits that my kids LOVED, try these “Secret Ingredient Cookies.”