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Simple, easy recipe for wonderful tasting biscuits. Great for people who are vegetarian or allergic to eggs and nuts.


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3 types of chocolates go into these decadent treats. My friend and I, over the past year, have made a wide selection of biscuits. We have tried and tested a whole range of recipes, and this combination of ingredients we adapted and made is by far the best!!! Definitely for a sweet tooth!!!

Recipe by: JIMMI11

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Traditional, absolutely gorgeous biscuits.


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Your girls will love decorating these sugar biscuits, loaded with chocolate chips. You may also use peanut M&M's. Hope you enjoy them as much as I do!!


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have you ever had home baked biscuits? Thin crispy biscuits with a sweet cherry in the middle. They're the BEST ever!

Recipe by: Vickie de Vries


Have you ever had fresh baked biscuits? You'll never eat another biscuit from the bazaar again! These are rich, crumbly, super easy to make and ready in 25 mins. Kids love them and we made a batch yesterday for a kids' Dushehra party. Decorating them was a blast! Feel free to add more sugar, this one is not too sweet.

Recipe by: surilykhanna

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From the country that gave us the iconic Black Forest cake, here's a simple recipe of eggs, butter, sugar and saunf. Called 'Springerle' in Germany, they are much loved at Christmas time.

Recipe by: Rosemarie Magee

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Love snuggling with 'warm' spices in winter? Now, in just half an hour, you can whip up atta, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, honey and sugar into a "Lebkuchen"- a wonderful traditional German Christmas time treat. Enjoy!

Recipe by: Debi


Here’s a healthier version of a traditional favourite biscuit baked with adrak, cinnamon and honey. Great for kids to make at a baking party! They'll love experimenting with different shapes and sizes and decorating them with dry fruits!

Recipe by: Norma MacMillan

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These buttery sandwich biscuits are made even more luscious with a creamy butter filling. Make these year round, or get festive and use coloured decorating sugar to make Christmas, Easter or even Valentine's Day themed treats. Great any time of the day with tea!

Recipe by: FARMLIFE

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