It’s officially the season for pumpkin spice and everything nice! And what could be nicer than caramel apples? This quintessential fairgrounds treat is one of one of the things we all look forward to enjoying when fall blows in. But given the circumstances this year, fairground trips are mostly on hold. Fortunately, Pillsbury’s limited edition Salted Caramel Apple Cookie Dough is back to bring the fall vibes to your home this year!
This season exclusive is surely a great alternative snack option when you’ve had your fill of pumpkin spice. Pillsbury offered this flavor to us in the past. However, this batch is particularly special because it’s now safe to eat raw! So, if you don’t have the patience to wait for these salted caramel apple-flavored sugar cookies to bake, you can go ahead and indulge without second-guessing.
You’ll fall in love with Pillsbury’s returning Salted Caramel Apple Cookie Dough this fall
“Let Pillsbury Salted Caramel Apple Cookies bring the tastes of autumn to your next office party, school function, or simple movie night snack. These delicious sugar cookies are flavored with real bits of tart apple and sweet salted caramel for a unique taste reminiscent of fun times at the fairgrounds or your best childhood Halloweens. With this seasonal refrigerated cookie dough from Pillsbury, you can enjoy warm, just-baked cookies with a decidedly fall-like flavor in mere moments.”
Compared to Pillsbury’s other ready-to-bake cookie dough offerings that have 24 pieces, this season exclusive will only have 12 pre-cut pieces for you to enjoy. But their bigger size will definitely make up for their quantity! In fact, the cookies are so big that it’ll be impossible to miss the embedded apple bits and caramel swirls! Can you just imagine how divine your home will smell with these in the oven?
These limited edition cookies pack the crisp flavor of autumn
To enjoy a freshly baked batch, all you’ve really got to do is heat up your oven to 350°F and grease a cookie sheet. Distribute the cookies 2 inches apart across the sheet. Then, wait 14 to 18 minutes for these goodies to bake. After that, you’ll just have to control yourself for 5 minutes to let the Salted Caramel Apple Cookies cool down. Pillsbury suggests serving this with ice cream, so of course we’re dropping several scoops over them to achieve maximum yumminess!
These cookies will make a great addition to your Thanksgiving spread. Luckily, you can store the cookie dough for up to two months. As long as you store it properly and pop them out before it reaches its ‘use by’ date. Those allergic to wheat, egg, peanut and macadamia will want to steer clear of this season-exclusive offering though. But if you’re food allergy-free, go ahead and bring the fairground fun to your kitchen!