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Trying to recreate a cookie recipe

While in England, I found these delicious cookies.


I brought 2 packages home with me, and have already eaten one. I want to try recreating them, but they have 3 ingredients I've never used in any cookie recipe: glucose syrup, cornflour and dried skimmed milk. A little research told me that glucose syrup = corn syrup, and cornflour is what the Brits call cornstarch. I just bought some powdered milk.

The ingredients list is as follows: flour, dried cranberries, sugar, butter, corn syrup, cornstarch, dried milk, baking soda, salt, and orange flavoring.

My question for you is how much corn syrup, milk powder, and cornstarch to use? It seems like the normal dough base that would use 2 sticks of butter, 1 1/2 cups sugar, etc.

Thanks!
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