Snickerdoodles …

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  Donuts are my weakness and I think that’s why I love these Snickerdoodles so much.  That smell of sugary cinnamon when these come out of the oven sends me weak at the knees.  These biscuits are like little pillows of fluffiness, mildly chewy and absolutely delicious.  Enjoy!     Snickerdoodles …   Print Author: Mrs Organised Recipe type: Biscuits/Cookies Ingredients ... 3 cups plain flour 2 teaspoons cream of tartar 1 ½ teaspoons baking powder ½ teaspoon salt 1 cup butter, at room temperature ¾ cup brown sugar 1 cup white sugar 2 large eggs 2 … read more

Cherry Ripe Biscuits …

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  If you’re a fan of Cherry Ripes, then these biscuits will be right up your alley.  Chocolatey and fudgy with delicious chunks of Cherry Ripe scattered through, these are sinfully good … just be sure to hide them from the kids or they’ll vanish before your eyes.  Enjoy!   Cherry Ripe Biscuits …   Print Author: Mrs Organised Ingredients ... ½ cup butter, chopped 1 ½ teaspoons vanilla extract 1 ¼ cups brown sugar, firmly packed 1 egg ¼ cup self-raising flour, sifted 1 cup plain flour, sifted 1 teaspoon bicarbonate soda ⅓ cup cocoa powder 5 large … read more

Butterscotch Biscuits …

Butterscotch Biscuits

  These are one of the easiest biscuits to make … they only need 4 ingredients and about 15 minutes of your time. And did I mention how delicious they are? Enjoy!   Butterscotch Biscuits …   Print Prep time 15 mins Cook time 13 mins Total time 28 mins   Author: Mrs Organised Serves: 30 - 32 Ingredients ... 1 cup butter 1 cup brown sugar 2 ½ tablespoons golden syrup 2.5 cups self-raising flour Method ... Preheat oven to 180C and line 3 biscuit trays with baking paper. Using an electric mixer, beat butter, brown sugar and golden … read more

Shortbread Biscuits …

Shortbread Biscuits

  Shortbread has always been one of my favourite biscuits and this recipe is rich and buttery … so delicious!   Shortbread Biscuits …   Print Author: Mrs Organised Ingredients ... 1⅛ cups butter, room temperature ½ cup caster sugar 2⅔ cups plain flour ½ cup cornflour, lightly packed ½ teaspoon baking powder ¼ teaspoon salt Method ... Cream the butter and sugar, using an electric mixer, until well combined. Add plain flour, cornflour, baking powder and salt and beat on a low speed until mixture comes together to form a dough. Transfer … read more

Choc-Peanut Brownie Biscuits …

Choc-Peanut Brownie Biscuits

  If you love brownies, you’re going to fall in love with these biscuits … it truly will be a case of love at first sight … or should I say, love at first bite!   These Choc-Peanut Brownie Biscuits are rich, chewy and scrumptious. Unfortunately, they won’t be suitable for school lunchboxes if your school has a “No Nut” Policy but that’s perfectly okay because it simply means there’ll be more for you. So pour yourself a drink, put up your feet and munch on one (or maybe five)!   Choc-Peanut Brownie Biscuits …   Print Author: Mrs Organised Serves: 30 … read more

Chocolate Tiny Teddies …

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  Tiny Teddy Biscuits are a hit with most kids so, if you’d like to try whipping up a batch yourself, here is a simple recipe using basic ingredients that you’ll most likely have in your pantry. The only other thing you will need is a small Teddy Bear cookie cutter and, because I know you’ll all ask, I purchased mine online from the Cookie Cutter Shop (click her for the link). It’s not quite as tiny as the biscuits you’ll buy from the supermarket as it measures 4.5 cm but personally I prefer the slightly bigger shape. Perfect for school lunches or an after school … read more

Gingernut Biscuits …

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  Gingernuts are a classic biscuit and this recipe has survived from my Home Economics Days at school … more years ago than I care to remember! This recipe will make about 40 biscuits which will freeze really well. Perfect for morning tea with a cuppa or great for school lunchboxes. Just pop a couple into a small container or ziplock bag (still frozen) and they’ll be defrosted by the time the kids need to eat them. Enjoy!   Gingernut Biscuits …   Print Prep time 20 mins Cook time 10 mins Total time 30 mins   Author: Mrs Organised … read more

Dotty Cookies …

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  These cookies are so easy using simple ingredients and only taking about 15 minutes to mix. They’ll be a huge hit with the kids and are perfect in lunchboxes for a morning tea treat or great as an after school snack with a lovely glass of icy cold milk! These cookies are also great to serve at a child’s birthday party because they are so cute and bright! I love this recipe because it stretches a long way, making approximately 30 - 32 cookies. Enjoy!   5.0 from 1 reviews Dotty Cookies …   Print Author: Mrs Organised Serves: 30 - 32 Ingredients … read more

Gingerbread Men …

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  Making Gingerbread Men is so much fun and a great cooking activity to share with kids. My girls have always enjoyed making and decorating these little guys and we’ve now got quite a collection of cookie cutters in all shapes and sizes.   A great recipe to make on the weekend to include in lunchboxes through the week, these biscuits will store well in a sealed container for up to a week. This is also a lovely recipe to make at Christmas time to give out as gifts. Enjoy!     Gingerbread Men …   Print Author: Mrs Organised Ingredients ... ¾ cup … read more

Triple Choc Fudge Chocolate Cookies …

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I’ve tried many chocolate biscuit recipes over the years and could never find one that I was entirely happy with.  So what do you do when that happens?  You make up your own!  So here it is … my very own recipe for what I think, are the best chocolate cookies ever!!  These are soft, fudgy and highly addictive … so don’t say you weren’t warned! 5.0 from 1 reviews Triple Choc Fudge Chocolate Cookies …   Print Prep time 10 mins Cook time 10 mins Total time 20 mins   Author: Mrs Organised Ingredients ... 125g butter, chopped 1 ½ … read more

Jam Drops …

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  Jam Drops are an old favourite in my house!  I first remember learning to cook these during Home Economics in High School so here is my version that I’ve been cooking for years.  It’s a simple recipe using basic ingredients but it turns out perfectly every time!     Jam Drops ...   Print Author: Mrs Organised Ingredients ... 150g butter, softened ¾ cup castor sugar 1 egg 2 teaspoons vanilla essence/extract 1 teaspoon lemon rind, finely grated (optional) 2 cups self-raising flour (I use gluten-free) Jam Method ... Preheat oven to 160C. Using … read more