Toblerone Cookies

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  1. c27858

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    Toblerone Cookies


    These cookies have a crisp outer and soft inner not to mention the Toblerone chocolate


    Servings: 16


    Points per cookie: 2

    175 g self raising flour
    ½ tsp baking powder
    75 g light brown sugar, soft
    50 g polyunsaturated margarine
    3 tbsp Golden Syrup
    1 medium egg, beaten
    90 g Toblerone, roughly chopped

    Preheat the oven to Gas Mark 4/180°C/fan oven 160°C/350°F. Line 2 trays with non-stick baking parchment.


    Sift together the flour and baking powder into a large bowl and stir in the sugar.

    In a small pan gently melt the margarine and syrup. Cool slightly then add to the flour with the egg. Beat to a stiff dough and mix in the Toblerone pieces.

    Place 16 well spaced out dessert spoonfuls on the trays and bake for 10-12 mins until golden. Leave on the trays to cool for 5 mins before transferring to a wire rack. Once cool store in an airtight container for up to 3 days.
     
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  3. Auburn

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    I just made these... And they are lush.
    Please make sure you space em out properly... they don't half spread out! haha!!

    Also... I thought the dough would only make 10, they looked so small... Then it cooked and they GREW... so I chopped them in half and got 20 cookies :) Result!!
     

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    yummy im gonna make these i love cookies!
     
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    Although I love the sound of these will have to give them a miss. With just me in the house I just know I would have to eat the lot.
     
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    yeah i thought about it too and i know once i open the toblerone i'll eat the chocolate thats left as i only have a big one in the house, but because its not opened and its in a lockable box under my parents bed (im extreme i know) i m not tempted, open it for baking cookies and it'll be a free for all.
     
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    50 g polyunsaturated margarine

    this just normal butter? will i be ok using my flora extra light? lol thanks
     
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    polyunsaturates is flora light. because its unsaturated where as butter is saturated which is why its bad for you xx
     
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    I used Stork. I have never used Flora Light for baking, I had it stuck in my head that it wouldn't work... Cheers WMBB I will give it ago next time :) !

    And, incidentally...

    If you got a small toblerone specifically with the intention of making these, there is only one triangle left over rather than a whole heap :) For future info. Well done on not scoffing the huge toblerone!!
     
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    thankyou! and thanks Auburn also! :) making them on wed for the OH, another thing though do i have to use 90g of toblerone ? only it seems a lot to me about 12 points i think i worked it out as and i know that it makes 16 cookies, but was wondering if anyone has used less than 90g? and if it still makes them ok? lol thanks! :)
     
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    I used the full 90g, and it was just about right. I guess it depends how small you chop the pieces.
    I would also advise putting the toblerone in the fridge before chopping it, so it doesn't melt! :)

    I used the recipe builder on the Website to get the points, which quotes this:

    175g SR flour - 8.5
    75g Light brown sugar - 4
    50g stork - 7
    3 tablespoons Golden Syrup - 2
    1 egg - 1.5
    90g Toblerone - 10
    Total - 33 - 16 cookies, that's 2 a piece

    Or if you use Flora Light, it's 3.5 instead of 7, so 29.5 - still 2 a piece...

    I reckon it would easily stretch to 22 cookies, that would be 1.5 each :)

    OR ONE BIG ONE AND DON'T EAT FOR A WEEK!! haha... Tempting...tempting...
     
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    LOL the huge one does sound very tempting tbh! :D i think i will try and make smaller ones to get 22 :) seems a good idea thank you for the help getting the ingredients tomorrow! might make a batch then just to make sure i get it right... ahem! haha :D yum yum yum

    ps: how many do you think you would have to make to get them to be 1 point each? lol i'm imagining tiny cookies! :D lol
     
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    28 to get the recipe builder to read 1 pt !!!

    Small... but.... still perfect I bet!!!! haha
     
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    I like the sound of this - I'd eat the lot however many I made, so at least I'd have a munch feast and then spend the rest of the week clawing back points. Its either that or spend the week trying to hide from the sound of cookies calling me.
     
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    Do you think these could be frozen once cooked? x
     
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    ACE thankyou!! :D hehe tiny cookies here i come!!! making them later will let you know how they go along with banana crumbles i found on here also woo :) cooking day!!! i got to do my loaded potato skins, and pie too! :D ahhh my OH better love me :rolleyes::D:p
     
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    you'd be better off freezing the dough. double wrap in cling film and should keep for up to 6 weeks. a good way to stop yourself munching the whole lot if you freeze it in batches and then cook the dough from defrosted whenever you fancy :)
     
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    These sound lovely. I might have to make some.
     
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    great recipe, made them today loved them
     
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    mmmmm yummy
     
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    oh wow! i just made these-i made 22, and they are truelly A-mazing and if you make 22, that makes them just 1point each-much more satifying than the pre-packed WW ones! thanks for posting!
    BTW my daughter loves them too, so i think i will have to make more at the weekend!
     
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