Caramel Milky Way Cookies

I cannot believe that fall is almost here.  While summer is my favorite season, I love all the holidays in fall.  I also love all the food associated with fall, apples, pumpkins, caramel, etc.  The only problem with fall food is that my husband does not like a lot of fall desserts.  He doesn’t like any desserts with cooked apple or pumpkins, so if I’m baking in the fall, its usually for myself or for family.  I wanted to make something for fall that my husband would like.  
When I found Apple Caramel Milky Way bars in the store, I knew I had to try baking something with them. Since this doesn’t involve cooked apples, my husband liked them.  I decided to make cake cookies and stuff the Apple Caramel Milky Way miniatures into the cookies.   
These Caramel Milky Way Cookies were so delicious!! The cake cookie was so moist and I love the surprise of the Milky Way bar inside, with the hint of apple flavor.  These could also be made using regular Milky Way miniatures.  To make these cookies even better, drizzle some caramel sauce on top.  I hope you enjoy this great treat!

Caramel Milky Way Cookies
1 box yellow cake mix
1/3 cup vegetable oil
2 eggs
Apple Caramel Milky Way miniatures (can also use regular Milky Way miniatures) 
Caramel sauce (I used caramel ice cream topping)

1.  Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.

2.  In a large bowl, stir the cake mix, vegetable oil, and eggs with a spoon until dough forms.

3.  Take a small ball of dough and shape the dough around one miniature Caramel Apple Milky Way and roll into a ball.  Repeat for each cookie.

4.  Place the balls about 2 inches apart on an ungreased cookie sheet.  Bake for 9-11 minutes or until set.  Cool then drizzle caramel sauce on top.  

*Alyssa*
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  1. I want these, like, “right now”! lol Where did you get the milky way miniatures. I don’t think I’ve ever seen them. Of course, I’ve never been motivated to look before!

  2. OH MY HECK! Speechless here! Delicious!!!!!

  3. Wow! These look incredible!

  4. Yum, I could totally use a few of these right now! :p I shall try this recipe soon.

    Btw, I’m coming from Kathe with an E link party.

    Hope you’re having a great week! ;D

    Miki.

  5. Omg yum! Pinning this

  6. What beautiful little cookies! My kids won’t eat baked goods with apples in them, but something tells me they’d have NOT trouble gobbling up these! Must pin!

  7. Looking forward to trying these!

  8. These look totally irresistible !

  9. How smart! My husband loves Milky Ways, so I’ve sure he’d love these. I didn’t know about the Apple Caramel Milky Way miniatures. I’m going to have to find some and try them.

  10. Alyssa, what a great surprise hiding inside! These look delicious. Thanks for linking up with us for Tasty Tuesday!

  11. first of all, how can someone not like and apple dessert! They are so good and so Fall! More for you. :) The cookies are phenomenal! They would be very dangerous in my house! Such a great wife to make such a yummy treat for the hubby!

  12. Milky Ways used to be my favorite candy bar. I love the caramel drizzle on top of these cookies. Yum..

    I saw this on Creative Thursday’s linky party :) I’d love for you to check out my pumpkin carob donuts I shared as well! xo

  13. These look amazing, cookie, candy, cake, everything. Maybe we should try deep frying them?
    Here from It’s Fall Y’All, so glad to have found this recipe…heading out to the store to find the Milky Ways. If I hide them from the kids until I’m ready to bake I have a chance at trying these cookies.

  14. These do look amazing and Milky Ways are my favorite all time candy bar. I’m going to pin this so that i can make it before the holidays. Thanks so much for the recipe. Linda

  15. Stopping in from the Weekend Potluck. Those cookies look amazing! I’ve pinned them and can’t wait to give them a try asap!
    Jen @ Craftymisadventures.com

  16. These look fabulous! I’ll be looking for those caramel milk ways. Pinning!

  17. Alyssa, I NEED one of these awesome cookies right now to go with my afternoon tea. Hope you are having a great weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  18. I love milkly way anything!!! Thanks for linking up to Tasteful Tuesday at Nap-Time Creations. Just wanted to let you know you will be featured at this weeks party. Hope you will stop by again! Happy Fall!
    http://www.nap-timecreations.com\

  19. YUM! Those sound amazing! I love stuffed cookies, especially with Milky Way!

  20. Thanks so much for linking up at Weekend Potluck. These cookies certainly have to be YUMMY-LICIOUS!!!!!!!!

  21. These Caramel Milky Way Cookies look delicious :)

  22. Love, love, love you! You always make the best stuff! Thanks for sharing at Must Try Monday. Pinning and Facebooking these!

  23. My husband LOVES Milky Ways! Pinning these for later!

  24. Wow! These look sooooo yummy! I would be happy to have you share this and any other idea you would like to link up to “One Creative Weekend” at OneCreativeMommy.com. The party is open every Fri-Wed.

  25. I now see why you’ve been featured at just about every party I’ve been to this week! This things are awesome!! Pinning!!
    Thank you so much for sharing this at Mom’s Test Meal Mondays!

  26. oh my gosh, Heaven! these look amazing! I can’t wait to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing :)

  27. Anonymous says:

    About how much dough do you use for each cookie?

    • I would say that they were about tablespoon size. These weren’t any bigger than normal sized cookies, so probably what you usually do when you make cookies. The Milky Way miniatures were not that big so the dough was easily able to wrap around them. You could make them as big as you wanted though.

  28. These look awesome, Alyssa! I love the Milky Way Midnights (the dark chocolate ones). It would throw off the fall theme a little, but I bet they’d taste great =)