Salted Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
These aren't just any oatmeal raisin cookies: fleur de sel makes these sweet-salty chocolate-studded cookies into the ultimate afternoon snack.
Bacon Chocolate-Chip Biscotti
Bacon and chocolate may be trendy together, but they work brilliantly tucked into these biscotti—and you can totally justify eating these for breakfast with a cup of coffee.
Chocolate-Covered Pretzel Toffee
There is something seriously fun about a bite-sized treat that packs a larger-than-life flavor. Enter chocolate-covered pretzel toffee. It's a bit like a nut brittle, but uses pretzel thins instead of nuts. Try it with a cold beer.
Beer Caramel Ice Cream
Any ice-cream parlor worth writing home about has perfected its own salted caramel ice cream. For a more mature take on the salted caramel cone, we incorporate the malted flavor of a pale ale to counterbalance the sweet flavor of the caramel. The result is a lovely little hybrid.
Modern Mincemeat Pie
If that old-fashioned combination of beef fat and dried fruit puts you off, this new interpretation is worth a try. It uses bacon instead of suet, along with a combination of raisins, prunes, figs, and cherries. The result is savory, sweet, and totally delicious.
Salty Caramel Sauce
Drizzle this rich homemade caramel sauce over ice cream or brownies, or use it as a dip for sliced apples.
Sweet and Salty Superbowl Brownies
Cakespy aptly described these brownies as "so packed full of sweet and salty flavor, they tackle your tastebuds." Each rich and chewy brownie is filled with dark chocolate, gooey caramel, salty pretzels, and roasted peanuts.
Salted Caramel Shortbread Cups
The sweetness of tender shortbread filled with rich caramel is perfectly balanced with a sprinkle of coarse sea salt. Each bite is sweet, and salty, crumbly, and crunchy.
Spicy Pumpkin Seed-Pecan Brittle
Pumpkin seeds, cinnamon, and pecans come together in this easy to make brittle recipe, which is set apart from its brittle brethren with a cayenne kick and a salty exterior. Put these out at a party and you'll wish you'd made a double batch.