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I am pretty sure these ingredients convert to some form of opiate in the oven because they are so addictive. I add chocolate chips and sometimes nuts (but don't reduce the toffee). Also I use the Heath 'Bits o Brickle' rather than the chopped candy bars. I've modified this recipe a hundred different ways but other than the bit o' brickle chocolate chips and nuts don't change a thing. I usually make 2 - 4 batches at a time then freeze what I don't bake in ziplock bags (flattened at about 1/4" thick). When I want to make a batch I get one out rip the bag off and cut the frozen dough into little squares. Don't forget to use parchment paper a silicone mat or silpat on your cookie sheet.
I thought these were very good. When I tasted the batter I was afraid they were going to be too sweet but this wasn't the case at all; the flavor was actually perfect. Two things I would like to point out though: First of all I baked mine for 12 minutes and I think I should have taken them out a minute or two before that. Secondly I think you should use softened butter in this recipe as with most cookie recipes. The recipe didn't say. Anyways thanks...I love Heath bars!
We will definitely make these again. My friend bought some in the bakery at Market of Choice and Ineedes more so I decided to find a recipe and bake them myself. We bought the bag of Heath bar bits rather than breaking up bars. Only 2 changes: similar to others we reduced cooking time to about 10 minutes and for half of the batch we added walnuts. So good - chewy and delicious and super fast and easy to make!