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Florentines


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Ingredients

12 piece(s)

Florentine

  • 50 g Brazil Nuts
  • 50 g silvered almonds
  • 65 g sultanas
  • 70 g glace cherries
  • 30 g dried cranberries
  • 60 g Cornflakes
  • 200 g sweetened condensed milk
  • 100 g dark chocolate
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Pre heat oven to 170 degrees and line two baking trays with baking paper.

  2. Place Brazil nuts into bowl and chop speed 7, 2 seconds.

  3. Add all other ingredients except chocolate and combine reverse speed 3, 10 seconds.

  4. Use an egg ring or cookie cutter to help shape the mixture into rounds onto the baking trays. Or you can 'plop' it on if you prefer a free form look.

  5. Bake for 10 minutes until just golden.

  6. Once the biscuits have cooked and cooled, wash and thoroughly dry the bowl and place the chocolate in, grate speed 8 for 8 seconds.

  7. Melt the chocolate for 4 minutes, 50 degrees, speed 3.

  8. Spread the chocolate on the base of the biscuits and rest them upside down while it sets.

  9. Store the Florentines in the fridge if the weather is warm to prevent the chocolate melting.

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Tip

Be sure that the biscuits are completely cooled before spreading the chocolate on the base, they are a bit delicate so handle gently.


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  • Thanks for sharing. Made

    Submitted by Leanne31 on 19. November 2016 - 15:26.

    Thanks for sharing. Made these as a gift they were a hit.

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  • Delicious result for

    Submitted by CapsFam on 8. May 2015 - 14:57.

    Delicious result for florentine craved family. Cranberries are a really good addition. We used oats instead of corn flakes as that was only alternative in pantry. Still really good, and way better than the florentine I had in cafe yesterday.

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  • Super easy and super

    Submitted by Nicappleton on 27. January 2015 - 20:18.

    Super easy and super delicious, judging by how long they stayed around!! I used rice krispies as I didn't have any cornflakes  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Sound divine and I like the

    Submitted by Julie Bird on 15. December 2014 - 04:01.

    Sound divine and I like the ingredients.  I'm going to make them for Christmas. Thank you!

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  • My reply was posted as

    Submitted by Cooking in the Chaos on 14. December 2014 - 22:03.

    My reply was posted as another comment - sorry! Hope you have seen it.

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  • I think that they would, you

    Submitted by Cooking in the Chaos on 14. December 2014 - 22:00.

    I think that they would, you would just have to watch them closely while they cooked to make sure the edges don't burn. The high sugar content means that they can brown very quickly. If you made them thinner you might also have to make them a bit smaller (diameter) so that they are not too fragile to handle. I always make them a bit thicker as in the photo, so let me know how they go if you try them thinner tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Would they work if they were

    Submitted by ltwith6 on 14. December 2014 - 21:46.

    Would they work if they were thinner?

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