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Salted Blueberry Cookies

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Several months ago my sister-in-law sent a package with two kinds of cookies among other various things. I took one look at the label on the blueberry cookies and tossed them aside. She is a very talented baker so I'm not sure what I was thinking but I had no interest in eating a blueberry cookie.

Besides blueberries only belong in muffins, cakes and scones right? Wrong!

A while later when I was hungry for a snack I finally took a bite of one of the cookies and had to use extreme willpower not to eat the entire package before my family got home. Why? Because they were salted - that's why! The flavor was completely unexpected and addicting.

I never did ask for the recipe or ask if the salt was intentional (or if she just accidentally added too much) but since I could not stop thinking about them this is my take on salted blueberry cookies. They have that sweet and salty combination of a trail mix secretly hiding in cookie form! They are delicious!

Enjoy!

Step 1: Make Dough

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Salted Blueberry Cookies
6 T. Butter
1/4 c. Brown sugar
3/4 c. Sugar
1 t. Vanilla extract
1 Egg
1 c. Flour
1/2 t. Baking powder
1/2 t. Baking soda
1 t. Sea salt (not table salt), plus more for sprinkling
1/2 c. Quick oats
3/4 c. Dried blueberries
1/4 c. White chocolate chips, optional

In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with paddle attachment cream butter and sugars. Add vanilla and egg and continue beating until well incorporated.

Sift in flour, baking soda, baking powder and sea salt. Mix until just combined scraping down sides as necessary.

Mix in oats and blueberries.
 
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resinipsa11 year ago
this is not food... it`s a art)
wold630 (author)  resinipsa11 year ago
Thank you, although, they are very easy to make!
sheryle1 year ago
can you freeze? if so what step?
wold630 (author)  sheryle1 year ago
I would say it would be okay to freeze the dough if you wanted to make it a few days in advance but these cookies are really fast to make. I can't say it would really be necessary.
bhm71 year ago
So. Did they turn out as well as your sister's?
wold630 (author)  bhm71 year ago
Hers were more dry and cakey and my version is soft and chewy which is what I prefer in a cookie - so I have to say I like mine better!
My mouth is watering - these sound so good!
wold630 (author)  jessyratfink1 year ago
I know, who can resist a sweet and salty cookie?!!!!