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Chocolate Tiny Teddy Biscuits


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Ingredients

50 piece(s)

  • 120 grams sugar
  • 240 grams Butter
  • 1 tsp vanilla essence
  • 360 grams plain flour
  • 20 grams cocoa powder
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Pre heat oven to 170 degrees Celcius.  Prepare 2 baking trays with baking paper

    1. Grind sugar in TM bowl 10 secs/ spd 10

    2. Add butter and cream with sugar 20 secs/ spd 5.  Scrape down bowl. Blend again 5 secs/ spd 5

    3. Add flour and cocoa powder and mix 10 secs/ spd 6.  Scrape down and repeat for 5 secs/ spd 6

    4 Turn onto Thermo Mat or clean bench and bring dough together.  Wrap dough in Thermo Mat or cling flim and refridgerate for at least 30 mins.

    5. Roll out to 2 mm thickness and cut out biscuit shapes.

    6. Bake in 170 degree oven for 10 mins.  Allow to cool a little before transferring to wire rack.

     

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Tip

These make a great alternative to processed biscuits.  If you prefer them plain, omit cocoa and add extra 20 grams of flour.  You could also ice them or chocolate dip them!


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  • Amazing recipe, makes a lot & they keep well. They...

    Submitted by bexy9879 on 25. March 2019 - 12:17.

    Amazing recipe, makes a lot & they keep well. They stay so crunchy too.

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  • Love this recipe! I don't put the dough in the...

    Submitted by proshopper12 on 31. October 2018 - 11:31.

    Love this recipe! I don't put the dough in the fridge, doesn't need it as it is firm enough to use cutters and roll out nicely straight from the bowl. Makes about 70 medium sized teddies. Yum!

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  • These are great!  Thankyou

    Submitted by Hayley25 on 23. September 2016 - 19:42.

    These are great! 

    Thankyou

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  • I cut down on the butter

    Submitted by Thermomixing with Elizabeth Andrade on 10. July 2016 - 01:59.

    I cut down on the butter content but these still turned out really lovely. Made so many. My son loves them. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Couldn't find teddy cutters,

    Submitted by kimberleyobrien on 31. May 2016 - 21:32.

    Couldn't find teddy cutters, but little stars and hearts worked just as well! And OMG, d-e-l-i-s-h! My daughter will be lucky if she gets any  tmrc_emoticons.;)

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  • This recipe is one of our

    Submitted by Bec Wall on 21. August 2015 - 21:29.

    This recipe is one of our favourites! I make round cookies and dip half into dark chocolate. Yum yum!! Then store in the fridge if it summer. 

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  • Wonderful alternative to the

    Submitted by toscarustymili on 3. February 2015 - 01:26.

    Wonderful alternative to the commercial biscuits. Labour-intensive at the cutting and laying-out phase but well worth the effort. I substituted brown cane sugar and spelt flour and the recipe worked a treat. My children simply scoff Tiny Teddies so I'm really pleased to have a homemade version which tastes great at a fraction of the price and without any additives. Thank you!

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  • Thank you for this delicious

    Submitted by Lausanne on 1. April 2014 - 12:20.

    Thank you for this delicious recipe. I had to make a couple of substitutions & the cookies came out perfect. My substitutions were - brown sugar, half butter & half coconut oil, 1 Tbsp ground ginger and spelt flour. The mix started out crumbly but I warmed it with my hands for a little bit & then rolled between two pieces of baking paper. The dough came together perfectly under the rolling pin. I will try this recipe again with a little less sugar. 

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  • Love Love Love, I will be

    Submitted by Woof on 25. January 2014 - 13:55.

    Love Love Love, I will be making these more often insead of tiny teddies from the shops. We made Tiny Stars which are sure to be a hit at school and now with one at kindy too. Thanks so much tmrc_emoticons.)

    Happy TM31 and TM5 owner Smile

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  • Very nice and easy to make I

    Submitted by Marcie on 10. May 2013 - 17:08.

    Very nice and easy to make I will be using these instead of tiny teddys thanks!!

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  • Hi There, Sorry to take so

    Submitted by Rosbel on 23. March 2013 - 13:59.

    Hi There,

    Sorry to take so long to reply.  I haven't looked at this page for a while.  The ratio in the recipe always works for me but if it's not working for you, I would probably reduce the flour by say 20 grams.  You might also instead, add some time to the creaming of the sugar and butter so you have a softer consistency.  Make sure you rest the dough after mixing as this is when the gluten relaxes and makes it easier to work with.  Hope this helps.  

    Ros

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  • Delicious - and just like the

    Submitted by MissyPerth on 16. January 2013 - 18:32.

    Delicious - and just like the real thing!

     

    I found the dough really difficult to work with - crumbly, and stuck to my rolling pin. Any hints? I wondered about a bit of milk in the mixture?

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  • So easy and yummy! Thanks for

    Submitted by Tarli on 20. June 2012 - 20:29.

    So easy and yummy! Thanks for the great recipe. 

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