Deliciously creative ways to bake with this iconic chocolate bar, from classic bakes and traybakes, to no-cook treats and show-stopping occasion cakes.
Toblerone's iconic triangular chocolate bar is loved the world over - if you laid out all the bars sold each year they would stretch for 38,500 miles, which is more than the circumference of Earth.
Long a favourite gift for travellers returning home, the Toblerone Cookbook takes this a step further, providing new and creative ways for you to share the joy and deliciousness of Toblerone.
From irresistible Trio Brownies to a Chocolate Mug Cake and a no-cook Rocky Road, this fun-filled cookbook has 40 fantastic, foolproof ways to use the different varieties. Featuring everything from classic bakes to cakes for special occasions - including birthdays, Easter, Halloween and Christmas - the deliciously creative ideas are designed for everyone, whatever their baking skill.
Created in 1908 by chocolatiers (and cousins) Theodor Tobler and Emil Baumann in Bern, Switzerland, Toblerone is one of the world's most recognisable and best-loved chocolate bars. Its name drives from a combination of Tobler and torrone, the Italian for nougat. Emil Baumann created the unique recipe consisting of milk chocolate, nougat, almonds and honey, and Theodor Tobler came up with the distinctive triangular shape and packaging.
It's commonly thought that the Matterhorn in the Swiss Alps was the source of Theodor Tobler's inspiration for the shape, but according to his sons it came from a pyramid created by dancers at the Folies Bergeres. Every Toblerone bar consumed across the world still originates from the only Toblerone factory in the world, in Bern-Brunnen.