One of my New Year Hopes and Wishes was to bake more, so I started with something simple - toffee apple and cinnamon cookies. I was inspired to make some after I tried the flavour from Dominos last year, and I've been wanting to recreate them ever since.
You Will Need:
Betty Crocker Cookie Mix
I had originally wanted to use Betty Crocker Maple Syrup Cookie Mix, but at the last minute of my online order, I was told it was no longer in stock - and it hasn't been since. I think it's one of those elusive flavours which I will forever fantasise about but never get to try. So I settled for the Chocolate Chip mix instead and just put the mixture through a sieve to take out the chips.
I mixed the cookie batter with a little water as instructed, then added some chopped dried apple chunks and toffee which I'd cut into small pieces (I advise popping them in the microwave for a few seconds first so they're soft). A sprinkle of cinnamon to the mix and I was done! I rolled the mixture into balls, placed them on a baking tray, popped the cookies in the oven, left them for 15 minutes, and the result was a batch of gooey, delicious toffee apple cookies.
These cookies are such a quick and easy treat to make - perfect if you're having guests round at short notice or if you just fancy something sweet yourself!
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