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  • custard cream recipe

    Home-made Custard Creams

    Our custard cream recipe makes 15 biscuits but we are sure you’ll need to bake at least double; they’re sure to fly off the plate! This custard cream recipe is easy to follow and the biscuits only take 15 minutes in the oven so you’ll have a fresh batch of biscuits in no time. Keep this custard cream recipe to hand and whip them up to give as a gift, wrapped in tissue paper and a ribbon, they’re sure to put a smile on someone’s face. We used Dexam British biscuit cutters (£10.62 for a pack of four) from Amazon to create the perfect home-made replicas of Custard Creams. If you do decide to make these make sure you keep a couple back for yourself before they all go!

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  • Digestive biscuits with milk chocolate

    Digestive biscuits are a classic British favourite and it’s easier than you think to make your own. A homemade batch of digestive biscuits is so much more satisfying than opening a shop-bought pack and you’re likely to impress your friends and family! Home-baking is often much cheaper too. We’ve decided to top our digestive biscuits with Belgian milk chocolate but why not make a batch of mixed ones with dark chocolate and some plain. This recipe makes 8 digestive biscuits but you could easily double the ingredients to make more, trust us – you might need to because they’ll be gone in no time! These biscuits are a real crowd pleaser.

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  • Low-sugar chocolate chip cookies

    Low-sugar chocolate chip cookies

    These delicious chocolate chip cookies really do taste as good as they look. They're low in sugar, swapping the usual caster sugar for granulated sweetener instead. This recipe also uses unsweetened cocoa powder and dark chocolate too, which makes them even lighter in sugar. You don't miss out on any sweetness as the almond milk and the vanilla extract add plenty of flavour to the mix. These cookies only take 7 mins to cook which means they'll be crisp on the outside and gooey in the middle.

    • 3
    (10 ratings)
  • Easy chocolate chip cookies

    Easy chocolate chip cookies are a very popular treat to make when you want a homemade indulgence in no time. Our chop chip cookies recipe makes deliciously chocolatey and chewy cookies, so it’s definitely worth giving it a try – you can even try baking them with the kids. This easy recipe will show you how to make chocolate chip cookies in just five easy steps and with only eight ingredients that you probably already have in your cupboard. To make this easy chocolate chip cookies, you will only need 10 mins of prepping and another 20 mins to bake them in the oven – which means you’re only 30 mins away from making delicious choc chip cookies from scratch. There's something so comforting about it and it's immediately welcoming - especially when you've got people coming over. These chocolate chip cookies are going to make you very popular in your household – trust us!

    • 4
    (407 ratings)
  • bourbon biscuits

    Homemade Bourbon biscuits

    These classic Bourbon biscuits make the perfect teatime treat. Intensely chocolatey biscuits are sandwiched with a delicious layer of Bourbon biscuit spread. You can whip up a batch in next to no time and they are so easy to make with little helpers! Keep the kids busy with weighing, mixing, rolling, spreading and of course, eating! These Bourbon biscuits would also look great packaged up as a gift for a loved one.

    • 4
    (18 ratings)
  • iced gems

    Homemade Iced Gems

    Iced gem biscuits are a childhood favourite and now you can make your own! This simple recipe is perfect for young helpers to get involved in the entire process. They can roll and cut out the biscuit dough, transform the icing into pretty colours and practise their piping skills. These homemade iced gem biscuits are such fun for a child's party or for a cheerful homemade treat.

    • 5
    (19 ratings)
  • Gingerbread biscuits

    Gingerbread

    Gingerbread is delicious and baking it is the perfect activity to make with kids as they're quick, easy and packed full of delicious spices - plus decorating them is so much fun! A good gingerbread recipe is always a delicious bake to make with little ones and this version is quick and simple to make with fab results - perfect for getting kids started in the kitchen from a young age. You don't have to stick to the usual gingerbread men either - you could cut your dough into whatever shape you like. This gingerbread recipe is tangy and delicious and only takes 32 mins to rustle up. Each biscuits combines a variety of spices and a generous helping of honey (which also cuts back a bit on refined sugar) together to make sweet, golden biscuits. Make this gingerbread recipe ahead of when you want it, if you like to have back up baked goods! Once baked these biscuits can be kept in an airtight container for up to 3 days so are a nice to treat to make on a Sunday evening to make sure you have some biscuits to see you through the first half of the week.

    • 3
    (34 ratings)
  • Paul Hollywood's gingernut biscuits

    Paul Hollywood's gingernut biscuits

    Paul Hollywood's gingernut biscuits are so simple to make and delicious too! Paul Hollywood is a baking pro. Get perfect biscuits every time by following his easy recipe for crunchy, golden gingernut biscuits, they're just lovely dunked in your cuppa! This classic gingernut biscuit recipe makes around 40 biscuits in one batch which is ideal if you've got a lot of people coming over or you're baking for a bake sale. These biscuits can be rustled up in under half an hour and each work out at only 57 calories per biscuit. Paul Hollywood's gingernut biscuits are made with light brown sugar and spiced with ground ginger. This recipe also uses golden syrup to give them a sweet kick and a golden glow once baked. This recipe is definitely worth saving!

    • 3
    (318 ratings)
  • Rocky road

    Rocky road is a firm favourite when it comes to sweet treats and you can learn how to make it with our easy rocky road recipe. This timeless treat is a simple yet delicious way to please every sweet-tooth in the family, and you can follow our simple step-by-step video recipe. The best thing about rocky road recipe is that it requires no baking so you can easily make it with the kids and spend some fun times in the kitchen. All you need to do is melt some chocolate, allow to cool, then pour it over your favourite naughty treats and set - simple! Plus you only need seven ingredients, and you can use biscuits or chocolates you have in the house. You can make it in just 45 minutes, and then all you have to do is wait for the rocky road to chill. Two hours should be enough for it to set but you can leave for longer or even overnight if you make it the day before. This recipe for rocky road uses Maltesers, marshmallows and ginger biscuits but you can swap or add pretty much any sweet ingredients you like – perfect time to let the kids use their imagination. This recipe makes 16 rocky road bars, which are well worth the wait. Perfect as a food gift wrapped in a cellophane bag and tied with a ribbon, and even better for birthday parties – kids and grown-ups will go nuts for this rocky road recipe!

    • 4
    (399 ratings)
  • Maltesers rocky road bars

    These Maltesers rocky road bars are really simple to make and perfect if you're a fan of Maltesers. Made with dark chocolate, mini marshmallows, Digestive biscuits and Maltesers, these rocky road bars are the perfect sweet treat for the whole family to enjoy. It can be made days in advance, so it could be a convenient if you have a kids’ party coming up and you don’t want to leave everything until the last second. It will only take you 15mins to prepare this quick rocky road recipe, but don’t forget you also need to let the rocky road bars set. If you want to make sure you burn at least a little bit of it off, why not take this naughty treat on a picnic or a walk? This recipe makes 12 bars, so you will have hopefully have enough for more than one day – that is if no one is feeling particularly greedy! If you want to be a generous human being, then these Maltesers rocky road bars would also work perfectly as a lovely homemade food gift wrapped in a cellophane bag and tied with a bow.

    • 3
    (282 ratings)
  • Giant Bourbon biscuit

    Giant Bourbon biscuit

    How amazing is this giant Bourbon biscuit? If you love classic chocolate Bourbon biscuits then you really have to try making this showstopping version. This giant biscuit is sure to turn a few heads when it comes to serving. But even though it looks impressive, you might be surprised to know it's so simple to make too – you will only need 10 mins to prepare it and another 20 mins to cook. This delicious giant biscuit will be ready in just five easy steps, which is great news if you have a few hungry little ones waiting for a treat. This giant Bourbon biscuit is made with a classic chocolate biscuit recipe and filled with a rich, Bourbon infused chocolate spread, so you know this biscuit is definitely one of a kind. This impressive bake is just what you need to cheer up a lazy Sunday, as it doesn’t take much work but will definitely make a great treat – especially with a giant cuppa! You can also get the kids to help you make it – they can learn how to mix ingredients and help you assemble the giant biscuit!

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • Biscuit board games

    Biscuit board games: What are they and how can you make them?

    If it's good enough for Bake Off, it's good enough for us...

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