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White Chocolate Toffee Chunk Cookies

White Chocolate Toffee Chunk Cookies

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These sensational treats have four of my favorite cookie ingredients: oatmeal, white chocolate, toffee, and coconut. Perfect for a crowd, these White Chocolate Toffee Chunk Cookies are dangerous to keep to yourself.

Dangerous to your waistline, that is. That makes them perfect for tailgating or any game day gathering.

White Chocolate Toffee Chunk Cookies on a white ceramic plate with a glass of milk

White Chocolate Toffee Chunk Cookies

I made these cookies just for me. In our household, we have one who doesn’t like white chocolate, another who doesn’t like oats or coconut in cookies and four who aren’t fans of toffee. That leaves little ol’ me as the sole enthusiast of all four.

So I save these gems for gatherings of friends and families. These loaded oatmeal cookies are perfect for game day get-togethers. A nice change from plain oatmeal or chocolate chip cookies. Hopefully, your friends and family don’t have the persnickety palates that I deal with on a daily basis. Check out more of my favorite white chocolate recipes if you’re an addict like I am!

Easy Football Food

In my book, nothing is easier than baking up a batch of cookies. Set your butter out on the counter early in the day. When it’s soft, it’s a breeze to mix up all the ingredients Before long, you’ll have hot cookies fresh from the oven.

Though I love nachos, quesadillas, and other savory fare on game day, a little something sweet is definitely in order. These white chocolate toffee chunk cookies are perfect to munch on while you’re watching your football team.

White Chocolate Toffee Chunk Cookies on a glass of milk with Heath bars and a gray napkin

Tips for Making Chewy Toffee Cookies

There are a few basic tips for making perfect, chewy cookies. Nothing complicated, but I always prefer chewy to crisp, so if you’re on team chewy cookies, keep reading!

  • PRO-Tip:You can make most chewy cookies into crisp cookies by over baking, so watch your baking time. All ovens bake differently, so your first batch of a new recipe may not be perfect.
  • The middle of the cookies may look slightly underdone when you pull them out of the oven, but the residual heat of the baking pan will continue the cooking process for a few minutes.
  • If you find the perfect baking time for your tastes, make sure to make a note of it on the recipe for your next batch.
  • Have all your ingredients at room temperature for easy mixing.
  • Your butter should be soft, but not greasy looking.
  • PRO-Tip: Mix your cookie dough with a wooden spoon, not a mixer.
  • A mixer will over activate the gluten along with adding air to the batter. Your cookies may be more cakey than chewy if you use a mixer.
  • Look for a recipe with brown sugar and butter as both will add the needed moisture for chewy cookies.

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White Chocolate Toffee Chunk Cookies

Delicious oatmeal cookies filled with white chocolate, coconut and toffee chunks. Adapted from Cafe Sucre Farine.

  • Author: Liz Berg
  • Prep Time: 20 mins
  • Cook Time: 12 mins
  • Total Time: 32 minutes
  • Yield: 3 dozen 1x
  • Category: Dessert, Cookies
  • Method: Mixing, Baking
  • Cuisine: American


  • 1 3/4 cups flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup butter, at room temperature
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 cup quick-cooking oats
  • 4 1.4-ounce Heath bars, cut into chunks
  • 1/2 cup coconut, shredded
  • 8 ounces white chocolate, cut into chunks


  1. Preheat oven to 375º. Line baking sheets with parchment. Set aside.
  2. Cream butter and sugar until fluffy. Add vanilla and egg. Beat well.
  3. Add flour, baking soda and salt to creamed mixture. Mix well
  4. Add oats, toffee pieces, coconut and white chips. Mix well.
  5. Place heaping tablespoons of dough on baking sheets, 2 inches apart. Bake 10 to 12 minutes.
  6. Allow cookies to cool a few minutes, then remove to cooling rack.



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27 comments on “White Chocolate Toffee Chunk Cookies”

  1. My husband is CRAZY for white chocolate! These cookies are definitely perfect for him.

  2. Woo Hoo-my favorite time of year! Everything on the list sounds great! Happy Labor Day Weekend Liz-enjoy:@)

  3. Cookies are perfect for any kind of TV watching party…Actually your cookies are perfect for any sort of gathering…Oats and white chocolate and toffee in a cookie works for me! (You definitely are not alone.)

  4. Okay, I am not a white chocolate fan, my daughter is not a coconut fan, and my husband isn’t and oatmeal cookie fan–BUT unlike YOUR family, I know that we will love these regardless. And I may just sub out the white chocolate for dark chocolate and tell eveyone else to deal while I devour them all 🙂

  5. These would be a hit at our house! Toffee is my all time favorite…

  6. This is such a great spin on typical white chocolate cookies. They look so good I bet you weren’t too disappointed no one else in your house wanted them 🙂

  7. You and I have the same love for chocolate and caramel bits, JT would also love these cookies. Now do I make them for our upcoming trip to Europe? Hmmm, decisions, decisions!

  8. Your cookies look amazing! How is it possible that you have FOUR people in your house who don’t like toffee? I’m sure your friends are delighted to get to share these wonderful cookies.

  9. These looks so good! Happy to help you eat some white chocolate cookies!

  10. Dear Lizzy, These cookies would not last a NY minute! I hope your weekend was wonderful! xoxo Catherine

  11. Those cookies look amazing, I would love to try them!:)

  12. I love cookies, especially with chocolate and oats, these look like winners for sure. Pinned!

  13. It would be the same way in my house. I would love these cookies, but not so much for my hubby. I love the combination of ingredients. I think they sound delicious.

  14. I’m glad to hear you treated yourself with these wonderful cookies! I plan to treat myself to them too! Can’t wait, they look so good!

  15. My Tuesday afternoon coffee needs a side of these sensational cookies!

  16. Well I like everything that you have in those luscious looking cookies! I would eat a whole plate of them if they were sitting in front of me.

  17. Ah, Heath bars! How I do love those! Can’t get ’em over here, which is just as well because, like your cookies, they are dangerous to the waistline. What a great combo of crunch and sweet chewiness you’ve got going on here, Liz!

  18. This looks fantastic! Beautiful photography, as well!

  19. I love what you did with these cookies Liz! Definitely something I’ll be trying this holiday season. Pinned!

  20. I am more partial to white chocolate than the others and I would love these cookies. This is a must save for Christmas!

  21. Now I know what to do with that half bag of toffee chips I found in the cupboard. Hopefully they’re not to sticky to use.

  22. How many cookies does this make? plannign for a cookie exchange 🙂

  23. I was just looking for something different in a cookie and found this one. The white chocolate and toffee combo sounds fabulous!

  24. Can’t stop thinking about how delicious these cookies are!

  25. These have all my favorite flavors all in one cookie. Yum!

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