I hope you all had a fabulous weekend and starting off your week right. After all the furniture screwing I’ve done thanks to the lovely Ikea, I am happy to say that my sons’ room is coming together and can’t wait for the final look and just in case you missed my last post here, stop by and see how my Croatian trip went but aside from that, who doesn’t love a simple crunchy delicious biscuit? I know I do and accompany it with a nice cup of tea and all you can do is just smile. Let’s not waste anytime here is a simple basic biscuit recipe for you to enjoy.
You will need
- 2 cups flour
- 125gms butter
- 1/4 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
- 3/4 cup sugar
- 1/4 cup milk
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
Disclaimer: I am by no means a chef or anything like that, I just like to share with you the meals I make and how they turn out. Hence if you see a mistake or something you would’ve done differently do tell.
- In a saucepan, put butter, sugar, bicarbonate of soda and milk and bring it to a boil.
- Once it has cooled down, mix it in the flour to make a dough like mixture.
- At first, you will think it’s all ruined but all you have to do is wrap it in cling film and toss it in the fridge.
- This makes it easier to be rolled when it’s all cool and manageable. I left mine for 45 minutes.
- Preheat your oven to 230°C and line your baking pan with a baking sheet.
- After it has done chilling, roll it out on a flat surface and using your cookie cutters or a glass like me, cut them into shapes squares,rounds, your choice.
- To add a bit of happiness I pricked mine with a fork but you can leave them plain.
- Into the oven they go for 12-15 minutes.
- Once they are done, leave them to cool before transferring them onto a rack.
- After that, here is where you can get creative and have an icing glaze on the biscuits but I love them just the way they are.
- Serve and enjoy.
NOTE: This recipe made me sixteen biscuits, after rolling out the first batch, I picked up the remaining cutouts and rolled it out again, don’t be wasting your dough and if you want to make more than 16 just double the recipe. Also you do notice that I did overcrowd my pan so don’t make that mistake and space them out in order to give them some breathing space.
TIP:Store them in an air tight tin and they will keep for very long (IF THEY LAST THAT LONG).
So there you go, a simple basic biscuit recipe for you to enjoy anytime with your kids, guests or just by yourself. If you have any questions regarding this recipe or you do try it tell me whether you liked them in the comments below, last but not least like and share. For more of my posts don’t forget to subscribe below. Tea and biscuits anyone?