Another product of a recipe found in a magazine – this time ‘Australian House and Garden’.
I love to bake. The only thing is, I then can’t help eating a lot of what I bake. Good in the moment, not so great on the hips in the long term. Luckily I have a captive audience at the office who are never backward in testing my latest creations. I say it’s a good plan of attack – fulfill the baking urge, get others to do the eating!
Well, these cookies went like wildfire at tea break time and they were good!
I have converted the recipe for the Thermomix in just a few easy to follow steps. Nothing to it and they are cookies to impress! They would be lovely packaged up at Christmas time for gifts…but I say anytime is a great time for these scrumptious little morsels.
The dough does spread during baking. If you want a regular sized biscuit, keep your dough balls small when you roll them. If you follow the recipe, they are supposed to be quite large.
Once again, I have uploaded the recipe to the Thermomix Recipe Community.
Did you know you can find thousands of Thermomix recipes on this website? It’s fantastic. You can search for recipes by ingredients and save your favourite discoveries. You can even become ‘friends’ with your favourite recipe contributors.
Here’s the link: Macadamia, White Chocolate and Cranberry Cookies
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