Biscuit & Cookie Recipes - Recipes
These delicious cookies are perfect for morning or afternoon tea.
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|Christmas Shapes: Decorations You Can Eat!1|
Try this honey cookie recipe- the children will love it because you can hang it on the Christmas tree and eat it too!
|Christmas cookies recipe1|
Homemade Christmas cookies make a great holiday gift. This simple recipe takes minutes to prepare and has been a popular favorite for years!
|The Basics of Baking 1|
With just a few hints and tips you will be well on your way to fuss-free baking and perfect cookies, biscuits, brownies or slices every time.
|Tips for Making Cut-Out Cookies 1|
Baking tips and advice for making cutout cookies.
|How To Store Cookies 1|
Biscuits and slices tend to switch texture upon storing - soft ones go hard and crisp ones become soft. Here are some tips to keep these morsels at peak freshness.
|Problem Solving Techniques For Baking 1|
If things go wrong when baking biscuits or slices, there's usually an easy solution. Follow our simple guide for perfect cookies every time.
|Using Chocolate in Baking 1|
Whether it is a sprinkling of herbs or chunks of chocolate, a little flavouring will give zest and variety to your baking.
|Using Herbs & Spices in Baking 1|
Chopped fresh or dried herbs can be mixed into yeasted and quick bread doughs and mixtures for savoury muffins and scones for a flavoursome result, or the herbs can be sprinkled on top before baking.
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