6 Reviews

Loved these little gems!!! I only made 1/4 of the recipe, which still resulted in 17 cookies. When I looked for the Toblerone at our store, I found a fruit and nut version, but looking behind that type, I found the original version and was well, lol!! My 19 yo DS just got home and gobbled down about 5 of them. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT 7.

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diner524 June 29, 2011

I do love a good shortbread, and these really fit the bill! Fab! And Toblerone, too! YUM! I did reduce the recipe by half, and using my cookie scoop, I made 38 cookies. I didn't press mine down either, and they turned out just great. YUM, again! Thanks for sharing, Babzy!

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alligirl June 28, 2011

Reviewed for ZWT7- A nice shortbread cookie.Easy to make. Photo also being posted

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**Jubes** June 22, 2011

Delicious little bites of yumminess! Light textured, buttery and flaky - great shortbread cookie. The base recipe could be used for any type of shortbread. I flattened mine out with the bottom of a glass instead of a fork. Made for ZWT 7.

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Wendelina June 21, 2011

Perfect shortbread texture. I put them on an ungreased cookie sheet. There's really no need to dip the fork in the sugar as far as I could tell. Great little cookie! ZWT7

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Debbie R. June 16, 2011

I had to cook these about 5 minutes longer due to the altitude. I'm not totally into shortbread cookies, but these are pretty good. I ended up chopping up two regular sized toblerone bars. I tried not to eat them "raw" but it was really difficult. Made for RRR ZWT5. Thanks!

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Mulligan May 22, 2009
Toblerone Shortbread Cookies