Tagged: biscuits

vegan peanut butter choc chip cookies

Peanut Butter Choc Chip Cookies

Peanut Butter Choc Chip Cookies Peanut Butter freaks, you are going to love these. Yes, I know I say that about every peanut butter recipe, but these are super easy, you can whip them up in a moment and satisfy that PB craving. Perfect with...

Chocolate and Pistachio Biscotti

  I’m on a bit of a pistachio fling at the moment, throwing them in everything. I just adore their sweet jade loveliness. I whipped up a quick, and small batch of these biscotti over the weekend. It was purely an exercise to use up...

Triple Chocolate Marshmallow Sandwich Cookies

Triple Chocolate Marshmallow Sandwich Cookies, ok so the name is a bit of a mouthful but then so are these unbelievable cookies. The cookies alone are perfection itself, cocoa-y and chewy with hunks of milk and white chocolate. I just couldn’t leave it there though....

cookies, sultanas, oats, raisins, food, baking

Oat and Sultana Cookies

Oat and Sultana Cookies I have to start this post by declaring that these are the most delicious cookies I have ever baked. Phew, that’s it out there! No, seriously, it has taken rather a few batches to perfect but I’m so happy with this...

Scottish Shortbread {two ways}

Shortbread, the king of biscuits as far as I’m concerned. Just four simple ingredients: butter, sugar, flour, salt, its beauty is in its simplicity. Shortbread is a celebration of butter and a most Scottish of bakes, I’m pretty sure its Scotland’s biggest food export. I...

Caramel Shortbread

Caramel Shortbread, or Millionaires Shortbread as it is also known, is one of the tastiest, moreish and naughtiest of bars. It never fails to be popular with it’s buttery shortbread base, thick caramel layer and chocolate coating. I mean, you can just see the calories!...

Lemon Meringue Gems {Shortbreads in hats}

These little shortbread gems are more of a production line than anything, the only baking involved is the easy-peasy biscuit bottoms. I used the homemade lemon curd left over from the Blue Meringues but you could, of course, buy a jar. As for the meringue...