I started to sweat a little when I saw the ingredients and calculated the points - they come in at a whopping 196 propoints for the whole mixture and the recipe read that this would make 30-50 cookies. Containing double cream, salted butter, flour, golden syrup and a lot of brown sugar, it's not really for dieters. The recipe (interesting saying that it makes about 125) can be found here..
It made 128. I'm not sure if it was down to my cookie cutters (although I felt they were about normal size) or if there is a typo on the mixture but it makes a heck of a lot of dough. D gave up cutting at about cookie 70 and there was a regular relay with the two baking trays I had ready.
Anyway, in the end, two cookies comes to 3pp. Which is okay. Anyway, it was nice to do some baking with D - it's been a while. There was a lot of icing left on the table at the end but that's okay too.
Now what to do with around 100 cookies...?