Thursday, December 12, 2013

Toffee Oatmeal Cookies - Cookies #3



I forgot where I took this recipe from! A thousand apologies, but it's not mine. I didn't realise I didn't note down the source when I was to blog  about it. All the conversions that I weighed from  measuring with cups earlier were written down...but the source was forgotten. So sorry!

I also forgot how many pcs this recipe yield, maybe around 40 pieces. But then again, it depends on big you make them





Kids love baking cookies, mine does!

But they love it even more when it comes to eating. I made some to be chewy, some crispy, and they liked the chewy version more. My old timer hubby prefers it crispy.

The boy can't wait for them to cool, so he took a harpoon and hunted for a snack

Heath Toffee Oatmeal Cookie

85gm butter (I used salted)
125gm brown sugar
1 egg
1/8 tsp salt
1.5tsp vanilla extract
140gm plain flour + 1/2 tsp baking soda
100gm quick cooking oats
115gm Heath Toffee Bits


1. Cream butter and sugar until pale and fluffy. Add in salt,egg and beat until smooth. Add in Vanilla extract and  beat for a few seconds.
2. Sift flour with baking soda. Then mix with oats and toffee bits.
3. Put the flour mixture into the butter and mix until combined.
4. Place cookie dough by the spoonful onto baking tray.
5. Bake in a preheated oven at 160(fan)/180 C for 15 minutes, longer if you want it to be crispy.




9 comments:

  1. Hah! Hah! Reuben very clever! Toffee is always very yummy and these cookies will sure finish very fast :)

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  2. Err...where did you get your toffee bits? buy the sweets and cut ar?

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  3. Hmmm looks very yummy indeed... Yah, I'm keen to know if we can just cut up toffee bits. Thanks

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  4. Jeannie,
    I bought them, brand - Heath


    Victoria,
    U can try chopping up a Heath bar

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  5. The texture look great. Love to prepare some for my kids. I'm sure they going to love this!

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  6. Hi Wendy, your cookies look great. Can I replace toffee bits with chocolate chip? If yes, do I need to reduce sugar? Tks from Yvonne

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  7. Yvonne,
    No need to reduce sugar, toffee bits are just as sweet

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  8. HI Wendy!
    I baked them right after you posted. They tasted very very good, my cookies were quite soft though. I still love it so so so much! thanks!

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