Chewy cranberry choc-nut cookie kit

Chewy cranberry choc-nut cookie kit

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Ready in 15 mins


Makes 1 gift jar
Fill a glass jar with the ingredients for fruity macadamia and white chocolate chip biscuits and present as a gift

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition: per cookie (25)

  • kcal183
  • fat10.8g
  • saturates5.4g
  • carbs19.9g
  • sugars12.7g
  • fibre0.9g
  • protein1.8g
  • salt0.2g
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  • 1 large (1 litre approx) jar - Kilner or with a good screw lid
  • 100g caster sugar
  • 100g light muscovado sugar
  • 250g self-raising flour
  • 85g macadamia nut, roughly chopped
  • 85g dried cranberry


    A tart, ruby-red coloured berry which grows wild on shrubs throughout northern Europe and North…

  • 100g white chocolate chip, buttons, or roughly chopped chunks


  1. Clean the jar and dry well. Layer in the ingredients, starting with the caster sugar, followed by the muscovado, flour, nuts, cranberries and finally finishing with the white chocolate. Close the jar, then add a label with baking instructions, plus a ribbon or pretty cover if you like.

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Comments (12)

hai_hula's picture

Hi I can't seem to find the cooking instructions on this page and these cookies look amazing so I'd like to give them a try, please can you direct me to the baking instructions?

harry2009's picture

Sorry meant to put cooking instructions for the label are not on the printed page!!

harry2009's picture

These look delicious and I am going to give them for Christmas presents this year. One little thing though, as I am a little bit old fashioned I like to print recipes and keep them in a folder, however with this recipe the cooking instructions for the are not on the page when you print the recipe!

fenpoppy's picture

Was given these as a Christmas present. So easy to make and really yummy!

christinecarney's picture

Got this as a Christmas present. Really liked it. Easy to make and enjoyed by the whole family.

ramsdens's picture

i noticed the recipe says a 1 litre jar

barbarakelsey's picture

These are gorgeous and dangerously moreish! Have never used macadamia nuts before as they are expensive but they are a must in this recipe.

ramsdens's picture

I made these last year as gifts, everyone loved the biscuits and the idea too. I'm going to make them again this year.

carolinehire's picture

Hi, there's quite a few layers in this one so you need to use a 1 litre Kilner jar or similar. Enjoy!

sexycaff's picture

I use 300g coffee jars. they can look great with a bit of decorationtied to them.

top-kat13's picture

I was just wondering the same. 1L jar maybe?

embellina616's picture

Does anybody know what the perfect size jar is? I don't want to buy the wrong size!

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