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  • 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 the chocolate chip cookies with the kids. This easy chocolate chip cookies 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
    (439 ratings)
  • Chocolate-dipped Viennese finger biscuits

    Chocolate-dipped Viennese finger biscuits

    These classic Viennese finger biscuits are a real crowd-pleaser. Dipped in a rich dark chocolate coating, these Viennese finger biscuits are easy to make and ideal for sharing. Our Viennese biscuits recipe makes 26 small biscuits, so it's enough if you have some friends or family coming round for a cuppa on a Sunday afternoon. You can pre-dip the biscuits and leave them to set or if you can let your guests dip their biscuits instead and turn these tasty treats into a dessert recipe, and very sweet experience. You can add even more flavour to these biscuits by coating them in chopped nuts like pistachios or hazelnuts too - yum! Stick in ice-cream or serve alongside an Irish coffee or hot chocolate with whipped cream. You could also flavour the biscuit dough with orange or lemon zest or spices like ground cardamom or cinnamon.

    • 4
    (80 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
    (19 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
    (322 ratings)
  • tuile biscuits

    Tuile biscuits

    These light and crunchy tuile biscuits are a traditional French recipe. They are very soft and fragile when they come out of the oven and so need to be handled gently. As the tuile biscuits cool they get increasingly crunchy and keep for several days in an airtight container. They are the perfect addition to any dessert and will even posh-up an ordinary old bowl of ice cream. If you want something small but sweet with your afternoon coffee these tuile biscuits are perfect. Once you’ve mastered the basic shape, why not experiment and try making different shapes? It’s easy to do while the biscuits are warm but it can be a little fiddly. One of the most popular shapes is a tube. Dip the ends in melted chocolate and fill with gently whipped cream. Add a little liquor to the cream for the ultimate, adult after dinner treat. They will impress any dinner guest!

    • 3
    (73 ratings)
  • Coconut Biscuits

    Coconut biscuits

    Our coconut biscuits are very moreish. Everyone deserves a tasty teatime treat every now and again and these sweet, coconut topped biscuits are the perfect recipe - and ready in no time! In fact, these coconut biscuits can be on the table in 30 minutes so you had better get the kettle on. We’ve used desiccated coconut, which not only adds a delicious coconutty flavour; it also adds an extra bite to the biscuit’s texture. Top with extra coconut if you’re a real fanatic and perhaps drizzle over some melted chocolate if you want to re-create your favourite coconut chocolate bar. This recipe will make around 15 to 20 biscuits but it is very easy to scale up the ingredients if you need more. We are certain they will fly off the plate as soon as they are cool enough to eat so if you don’t want to miss out, definitely bake more. For an even bake, make sure the raw dough balls are all equal in shape and size. You could weigh the dough and calculate how much each individual biscuit should weigh if you want to be super precise. Everyone deserves a tasty teatime treat every now and again and these sweet, coconut topped biscuits are the perfect recipe - and ready in no time!

    • 3
    (110 ratings)
  • Phil Vickery's millionaire's shortbread

    Phil Vickery's millionaire's shortbread is delicious, simple to make, and almost too good to share! Need a millionaire shortbread recipe? We've got just the thing! This delicious recipe is easy to make and is by TV chef Phil Vickery - just like the millionaire's shortbread he made on This Morning with Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield. Described by Phil Vickey as 'simple and straight to the point', Millionaire's shortbread is a favourite - combining decadent layers of shortbread with caramel and chocolate - this recipe's easy to make too! Follow along in our easy step-by-step recipe video to see how it is done.

    • 4
    (105 ratings)
  • 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!

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • 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.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • 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
    (13 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
    (21 ratings)
  • Gingerbread biscuits


    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)

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